How much is your dream?
January 11, 2010 3:19am CST
Have you already counted how much is your dream? I already did. My dream costs $326,000. In order to have it after five years I need to earn $65,217 every year, which I have to earn $5,434 a month. Unfortunately based on my earnings every payday, nothing is left for me to save. This means I will never achieve my dreams anymore. Of course I will not allow it to happen. I want to make my dreams become a reality. What will I do, find a passive income. This passive income will dictate when will I achieve my dreams. Have you calculated your dreams? When will you achieve it. Actually, I have found a passive income that will help me to make it happen. And I am very happy about it.
7 Feb 10
Hmmm My dream is to have my own house and lot, car, savings, and if ever I got a child for his.her education. I really need millions of peso. And I know being an employee is really impossible for me to get those. Like you I also have other source of income. Part-time in MLM and when I got home I make extra income online.
12 Jan 10
You can count it. You start canvassing the price of your dream house, dream car, dream appliances, dream investment. The total of it, you calculate how many years you will achieve based on what is left on your regular earnings. Thanks for the response.
12 Jan 10
Hope to have your email address on PM. Of course I would like to share it to every Filipinos here, but it will depends on their positive minds if they will agree with me. We can talk about this on PM. I believe if you really have a dream, you will do everything to have it. You will grab every opportunity that will lead you there. Thanks for the response.
11 Jan 10
Interesting topic,I never thought about how much my dream costs or when it will comes true.Honestly,as time goes by,my dream is always changing,so I can not count it and as you mentioned,I am sure my dream will not comes true at all according to my currently income.But I wonder what is the passive income you have found,Do you sure it can help?
11 Jan 10
Yes, because my regular income is truly not enough, I haven't saved any penny from it. So I tried to find other income opportunity and this passive income will be my source to achieve my dreams. thanks for the response.
• United States
12 Jan 10
I am so happy you may finally realize your dream! I'm living my dream...I have 2 of them. I watch my two healthy children turn into wonderful adults. They work hard for everything they have. Not to mention the unconditional love they have for me. What more could I possibly ask for? We have clothes on our bodies, food in our bellies, and a shelter over our head at night. My dream didn't cost me one cent but it is priceless!!! (let's not count what it took to raise them.lol) Not all dreams are monetary. Wish you all the luck with yours. :p