I have 3 money goals. And, I'm hellbent on achieving all 3.
- I want to make enough money to solve all my money problems. And a bit more.
Money doesn't solve all your problems. Money solves only money problems. And, that's what I want my money to do for me. This said I still want to have a nice lifestyle, and make a food amount of money. I do nor want to seek status or fame, but only wealth.
- I don't want to work directly for money.
But this doesn't mean I don't want to make money anymore. I just don't want my actions to be guided solely by money. I want money more as a byproduct of what I do. I want to focus on what I like doing. Irrespective of the money involved.
That said, in a business society money coming in is a proof of things working, a desire for your work among people.
- I don't want my time spent working to be linear to the amount of money I make.
This goal is a direct call to freedom. Having money tied to my time linearly in a business is no less than having a job. The only difference that I'm my own boss. This is not a sustainable way for a business to grow either. My business must run independently of me.
I want the freedom to work on projects without having to worry about time and money.