I saw a man yesterday who I know used to own a car few years back. He was driving Okada (motorcycle) and looking shrewd under the hot sun as he hustled for money.
What led to his sudden down fall? Hmm….. I know the answer:
“When life was good he spent his money buying liabilities instead of assets. Now he uses the remaining the money to maintain those liabilities thinking life will always be good.”
But unfortunately, he failed out of luck – life changed. He has used all his money for luxuries with no investment to sustain him. And now he is in economic distress. He now struggles to even have two square meal.
Life has only two seasons – the planting season and harvesting season. You can’t harvest before planting. You plant before harvesting.
Never eat your first seed, plant it. You can’t eat your cake and still have it.
Learn how to invest, don’t waste.
Because no condition is permanent.