A window of opportunity?
Was yesterday special for you? Or was the daily grind almost more than you could handle?
Not sure about you, but each day I feel the weight of things I’d like to do.
Writing the first best-selling book. Restoring our yard to a wildflower nirvana. Exercising with my Family. Making phone calls to Family and Friends….
Rich Dad Poor Dad.
Here is the life-changing take-away:
When you work for someone else, you:
- Pay Taxes
When you work for yourself, you:
- Pay Taxes
I ain’t the brightest bulb in the box, but I get this. It took a lifetime, and a great book, but I get it now.
Of course, not knowing this most basic of economic structure is very embarrassing.
My Dad had two side businesses. My Grandfather had one too. My wife’s Grammy ran a one-room grocery store for 45 years.
What did they teach me?
How is that possible?
There is no good or decent answer, except to say, “That’s just the way it was back then.”
What a shame. But it is what it is. No bitterness. Lost opportunity to be sure. But no bitterness.
Now, only hope, determination and of course, indomitable will. Like the early pioneers.