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Mortgage Free? Not In This Life Time!
By Phil Strong
I had a conversation with my neighbor recently. And if I could paint you a picture for a minute, itís really funny.


As usual, when people talk to me they usually talk about how to get free, because thatís what Iím famous for teaching people. But thatís not what was funny, itís the picture Iím about to paint you.

Can you picture a cartoon or classic old movie where two neighbors are leaning on the fence between two paddocks, chewing on some dry grass, watching the cows doing the same while they discuss important world issues? Well, that is exactly what we were doing! Talk about funny! But I digress.
The location of the conversation wasnít the point of this article, rather the content of the conversation.
My neighbor made a comment during this conversation that opened up eyes to the main reason why most people never, ever get to be free. Hereís what he said: ďWell, you may as well always have a while you are working.Ē

I just grunted, chewed a bit more on my grass while I thought about the severity of what he had just said. And I donít make this next comment as a judgment, but an observation that I hope and pray speaks loudly into your psyche. ďHow stupid is the notion that you should never enjoy being free?Ē

My neighbor has completely missed an opportunity to take further advantage of the best years of his life. As a household with two incomes and no dependants he has the opportunity to make some real progress in investing into his future and the future of the generations that follow him. But heís not going to because he is paying interest to the bank to satisfy his short term desires.

Thereís a power of life changing

principles we can unpack from that statement. Here are just three that I thought of:

1. Satisfying your short term desires will cost you more than you realize.
2. Paying interest to the bank limits your ability to serve your long term ambitions.
3. Failure to look beyond your current thinking means you rob yourself of a more fulfilling future.

Please hear me when I say that I do not write these thoughts to judge anyone, for I do not have that right. But I write these thoughts firmly with the intention to challenge you on a mindset I find all too common with people who are not free.

If you still have a I have a question for you:

Do you believe that you will always have a mortgage?

If you answered this question in the positive then I urge you to begin the process of changing your mindset. And I want to help you to do this.

I bought my first house at age 24. But I never, ever considered the possibility of having a for the rest of my working life. I focused on how I could get free as soon as possible and I discovered five strategies that worked, so I used all five to smash my mortgage. I'm privileged to say that I had my house paid off by age 30, it took me less than 6 years.

So now I teach people what I did and they do it too!

Rush to get your hands on my FREE DVD that will help you to radically re-write the path of your financial future. I will reveal to you the secrets I discovered why most families are on track to have a for the rest of their lives. I want you to see this so that you are not one of them.

You can be free. You deserve to be free. Help yourself.
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