Financial freedom is often defined as having sufficient resources, assets, and cash on hand to afford the lifestyle we desire for ourselves and our families. It involves earning enough money to retire or pursue our dreams without being restricted by the necessity to earn a predetermined paycheck each year. But have you ever encountered someone who is regarded as wealthy in society and is still working hard in their retirement years?

There is more to life than money

Others may just be passionate about their careers, which is not a bad thing. However, if you spent your earlier years becoming financially independent and kept working hard even after gaining that independence, perhaps you should give yourself some room to reassess. Are you truly seeking financial freedom, or are you becoming a slave to money?

When working hard even if you are financially independent is what makes you happy, then go ahead and do it. Yet, if you sense that it is causing more damage than benefit, then time to rethink. Life is not just about money. Money has value but there are things more valuable than that. It is better to focus on those more valuable to your life. 

Set your mind to be free from money. Try to remember the dreams you had when you were just starting to achieve your goals. Those aspirations, such as spending quality time with your family. Those fantasies of traveling and discovering new places. Sometimes the dreams you put aside or forgot about when you thought you had everything are the ones that truly matter.  

Financial freedom is a goal for everyone, but money does not really create freedom: your mindset does. Freedom is associated with happiness and life satisfaction; thus, if your richness does not provide you with these, you are not truly free.

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