Most people are not really free, because without economic freedom, it’s impossible. If you’re not free, what will it cost to buy your freedom? Watch this short video from Freedom Fest in Las Vegas and take the challenge. Economic freedom is closer than most people think. It only takes one good opportunity.


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Steve Siebold
Author and Professional Speaker since 1997. Past Chairman of the National Speakers Association's Million Dollar Speakers Group. Author of 11 books with 1.4 million copies in print.

8 thoughts on “How Free Are You?”

  1. If we do what we have to do, not what we want to do, then we are not free. Much of that comes from being obligated to cover the “expenses” of life by performing for someone other than ourselves.

  2. So many people have worked, fought, and yes – died – to give me the freedoms I have today. However, if I don’t take advantage of those freedoms, then all that work and sacrifice will be for naught. I would be voluntarily rejecting all that has been handed to me.

    I’m not going to let that happen.


  3. Steve,
    freedom is a tough subject and has many facets. You can be in prison and still be mentally free (like Nelson Mandela), you can have all the money in the world, but worry so much about this on a daily basis, that you are a slave of your own greed. And total freedom is anarchy. You need to be free from something and for you to feel free (which is really an emotional state) you need to define for yourself, what you want to be free of: The daily grind of money earning? your health problems? your boss? which country you want to live in? your social standing? etc etc.
    Working towards any of these self defined freedoms will then give you the motivation to become financially free, so you can afford the other (and hopefully more important) freedoms.
    Just my 2 cents (which will multiply soon)

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