50 Top Motivational Financial Freedom Quotes By Grant Sabatier

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Financial Freedom: A Proven Path to All the Money You Will Ever Need by Grant Sabatier

Financial Freedom: A Proven Path to All the Money You Will Ever Need by Grant Sabatier In today’s time, every person dreams of being financially independent, that is, he can easily fulfill all the dreams of his life. If you also fall in this category then you can read the book Financial Freedom.

Must Read: This book explains how one can become financially independent. The author has told people through the book that you should never be afraid of the problems that come in your life but should make every possible effort to find their solutions. If you do this then believe me, no power in the world will be able to stop you from becoming rich.

Therefore, if your dream is to become a rich man then you must read the book Financial Freedom.
Therefore I suggest you to read the book Financial Freedom. Today, I have given the motivational and famous quotes from this book in today’s blog. I hope you will like them very much and you will adopt them in your life.

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Financial Freedom Quotes

“The rich look at money not as a limited resource that they need to maximize (the way most people do), but as a fungible tool that can be used for any purpose. They take advantage of every opportunity to make more money and build wealth in as many ways as possible—by cutting expenses, optimizing their fees/prices, minimizing their taxes, building multiple income streams, and using whatever other ways they can find. They focus on making as much money as possible per minute and hour of their time.”

“whenever we spend money instead of investing it, we are actually taking from ourselves—we are taking both the time we spent to make the money and the future freedom it can buy.”

“What are the hours of your life worth? What are you willing to trade them for? How much money are you willing to trade for your time?”

“I later did the math and realized that in those six months, I’d traded 1,400 hours of my life for $15,500 after taxes. And not only did I have nothing left, I owed $12,000 in credit card debt.”

“I didn’t want to spend my days in a job I hated just so I could get by. I wanted to feel passionate about my work and love my life.”

“Every $1 invested today is worth hours, if not days, of your freedom in the future. The more you save today, the more time you buy in the future.”

“I didn’t want to worry about money all the time or depend on a boss who might decide to fire me at any minute, just so I could pay my rent. I wanted to be in control of my own income and time. I didn’t want to put off traveling the world because I couldn’t afford it or I was allowed only ten days of vacation a year. I wanted to be able to have enough time to really explore the world. I didn’t want to spend the most precious moments of my future kids’ lives in an office. I wanted to be there to watch them grow and help them figure out how to realize their own dreams. And I didn’t want to wake up at sixty-five and realize that I’d traded more than seventy thousand hours of my life working a nine-to-five for . . . what?”

“When you buy anything today, you are sacrificing the opportunity to save and grow that money. Thus with every purchase, you increase the amount of time you need to hit your number.”

“Just as every dollar you invest helps you get closer to your number and reduces the amount of time required to hit it, any dollar you spend means you will have to work more and it will take you more time to reach financial freedom.”

“You are losing out when you buy something not just because you spent the money, but because you missed the opportunity for it to grow.”

“By asking yourself, “Is this money worth more to me today or in the future?” you will find yourself much more willing to invest money instead of spending it.”

“the best way to save money is simply not to spend. It’s up to you to decide whether it’s worth it. Those trade-offs can add up to a lifetime of freedom.”

“Budgeting is a lot like dieting: the more guilt you feel, the less likely you are to stick with it.”

“If you figure out how to save the most money possible on your biggest expenses, you won’t have to worry so much about the smaller expenses because you’ll have saved so much already.”

“Money will be with you for the rest of your life, so take the time to build a positive relationship with it—a relationship that you control.”

“If you move to a smaller apartment, walk to work, and cook at home, you could potentially increase your savings rate to 50 percent or even higher, cutting decades off the amount of time it will take you to reach financial independence.”

“For things to reveal themselves to us, we need to be ready to abandon our views about them. —Thich Nhat Hanh”

“By diversifying your income streams, consistently looking for new ways to make more money, and investing as much money as possible, you are giving yourself more control over your financial destiny and protecting yourself in the event something disrupts one of your income streams.”

“According to Gallup’s annual survey of the American Workforce in 2017, 70 percent of employees in the United States are disengaged at work. Meanwhile,”

“Every $1 invested today is worth hours,”

“we often spend so much time and energy worrying about how to save a few bucks here and there when we could save so much more with relatively little effort by considering a few key purchases.”

“The key to fast-tracking financial freedom is to make and invest as much money as early and frequently as you can.”

“How much is an hour of your life worth? How much money are you willing to trade for it? Keep this in mind throughout the evaluation and negotiation process. This is more than a job or a salary, it’s your time and your life energy.”

“Experiences—travel, going out with friends, hanging out with your family in the park, getting lost in a music festival, camping, meeting new people, etc.—might bring more joy to your life than possessions would.”

“Spend money on what you really value and save on what you don’t.”

“The hardest part of fast-tracking financial freedom is learning to look at the world differently, to accept that even though you may not know a single person who has done it, it is possible to earn enough so that within just a few years, you will never have to worry about money again.”

“One of the main reasons traditional retirement and personal finance advice is so limiting is because it is based on the false assumption that money is limited. The vast majority of personal finance advice out there is focused on cutting back and spending less and doesn’t acknowledge the simple truth that money is limited only if you don’t try to make more of it.”

“Experiences—travel, going out with friends, hanging out with your family in the park, getting lost in a music festival, camping, meeting new people, etc.—might bring more joy to your life than possessions would”.”

“In her deeply moving book The Top Five Regrets of the Dying, nurse Bronnie Ware says the top two regrets of those facing the end of their lives are “I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me,” and “I wish I hadn’t worked so hard.” She goes on to say that the vast majority of her patients never accomplished at least half of their dreams, often because of their choice to keep working instead of following them. These people pushed on, saved, and worked only to look back and wonder what it was all for.”

“I once spent over four hours looking for the best deal on a new TV. It was only later that I considered that the money I’d saved hardly made up for the time I’d wasted—time that I will never get back.”

“Another reason I don’t like budgets is because they reinforce the idea of scarcity. They are designed to make you track every penny you spend to the point that you end up feeling guilty if you overspend or spend money on something you don’t absolutely need.”

“When you see the true value of money, you naturally spend less.”

“While both are essential, to fast-track financial freedom, increasing your income is more powerful than cutting back on your expenses because you can only cut back so much and it gives you the opportunity to invest more money more often, accelerating the rate of compounding and the growth of your money.”

“The point is, you are trading the best hours of your week and your life for a paycheck. I’m not anti-work; in fact, I like working. Humans need to work to be happy. But like time, not all work is created equal. There is a huge difference between working at a job you hate, being stuck at a desk or on the clock for forty or more hours a week, and doing work you love and are passionate about, on your own time, and having the freedom to do something else if you want to.”

“Many of the richest and most successful people I know are the most frugal. But this doesn’t mean they’re cheap. Frugality is not about not spending, it’s about not wasting—your money, your time, and your resources. It’s about buying and using only what you need.”

Financial Freedom Quotes

“Impulse is an enemy of financial freedom. The next time you think about buying something, ask yourself, Is this worth trading my freedom for?”

“The less money you need, the sooner you can reach financial independence. You need a lot of money to retire, but you probably need less than you think. That’s because—and this is something you won’t read in any traditional personal finance or retirement book: The younger you are, the less money you need to have saved before you can “retire” as long as you follow a few simple rules.”

“It’s crazy to me how many people stop side hustling in this way once they get a full-time job. Side hustling—what I define as any way you make money outside of your full-time job—is a relatively simple way to become an entrepreneur and diversify your income streams without taking the risk of leaving your full-time job.”

“The more money I’ve made in my own life, the less money I spend and the less money I feel like I need to do what I love. It’s a feeling I never expected, but once I realized I had enough money to buy pretty much anything I wanted, then I no longer wanted to buy it. Just having the ability to buy something was enough.”

“If you really look at what you love doing and what makes you happiest, you might need a lot less money to live a life you love than you think you do.”

“Many of the richest and most successful people I know are the most frugal”.”

“The less money you need, the sooner you can reach financial independence”.”

“I’ve talked with so many people who tell me “I’m stuck at my job and I hate it,” but they’ve never taken a close look at their expenses to see how much money they really need, or they aren’t willing to make a change in their lifestyle so they can actually be happier. Life’s too short to not enjoy it.”

“Don’t give up what you enjoy just to save a few bucks. Trust me, when it comes to the bigger picture, that small moment of happiness is likely more valuable than the extra money you are saving.”

“Buy what you want, what gives you joy, and say no to anything that is “meh” or “maybe” or “I don’t know.”

“A popular strategy is to always wait thirty days before any purchase over a set dollar amount—say, $100, or, only checking out from your online shopping cart once a month. Over time this level of mindfulness will help you more easily identify the things worth spending money on and maximize your enjoyment per dollar.”

“money is infinite, but time is not. Any time you are getting paid to work, you are trading time from your life for money.”

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