A percentage of all you earn is going to be set aside specifically for your future, before you pay for anything else. This is called the PYF percentage — or the Pay-Yourself-First percentage. It is up to you to decide what this percentage is; however, in order to gain real momentum, make it at least 10%. If 10% seems impossible now, start lower and increase that number every time you receive a pay increase. But remember that this is your most important investment, as it will determine when you can be free of that hamster wheel.
Resolve to make this decision and take action immediately to harness the power of compounding interest. Remember, this is the percentage that you will pay yourself first – no matter what. Make it a reality by automating it.
If you think there is no way that you can possibly pay yourself first, watch check out the story of a man who never earned more than $14,000 and yet managed to retire with over $70 million.
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P.S. This is how I did it.
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