By Dale Szewczyk
Ceo of LyfeHack
It’s funny how humbled people think they are. They say life is more than money. Money isn’t everything. In which I say, quit your job. Tell your bill collectors that money isn’t everything. Money solves a lot of problems, like it or not. Money isn’t the root of all evil, loving it to the point of making a god out of it is.
Being rich in money doesn’t make you a bad person, nor does it make others bad people. When being rich becomes bad is when one uses it for greedy things. Like Donald Trump who tried kicking an old lady out of her home to make room for a parking lot for his casino. Completely different than Tony Robbins who feeds and shelters millions of people around the world every year.
Money is a tool. You can use it for good or bad purposes.
What makes me angry, is when the rich waste it. I feel like they have the tools I need to change the world, and they’re throwing it away. Stop wasting my tools!!!! Like the guy who built 100 million dollar ark. I sure hope he plans on spending the profits on helping others.
With money, we can donate to our favorite charity, build schools and clinics for various topics, we can feed the hungry if we have enough money to not work for a while we can even give our time to help the community.
Money is a blessing. One we get to share with others when we have a lot of it. Never forget that.
I was talking to my Pastor the other day, she has counseled many alcoholics, and she says the nearest clinic for women recovering from alcohol is in Tennessee. I live in Illinois. How sad is that?
There’s a lot of red tape of course. There are people who are trying to get one here. But what if I threw a few million down on it? What if I bought people off for the right reasons, and still kept it legal? I am sure there’s a way.
Money is a great goal as long as you have the right motives. Chase success, because with success you get to be a hero to someone else.
The best lifehack is helping the community.
“If you can dream it, then you can achieve it. You will get all you want in life if you help enough other people get what they want.” ~Zig Ziglar.
What are things you do with your money to help the community?
What would you do for the community if only you had the money?
Share your thoughts and experiences!