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Plan it Out

Give yourself time to plan it out and accept that your financial goals are long-term strategies. Don't put your trust in luck.

Those with financial freedom are patient, persistent, and farsighted. They discipline themselves to save and accumulate money over many years.

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"My adversary is the world of finance." ~ Francois Hollande

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