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Invest and Educate Yourself

I believe that in order for you to earn money, you should develop and harness your skills. Your acquired skill when continuously polish will bring you more money once your employer found out you are offering the best service that no one can give. And that's why this blog post is born.

The reason why I decided to write this topic is because I am going through in a situation wherein I want to learn how to write a book and publish it. I badly want it and learn the ins and outs of publishing a book. I keep visiting Brian Tracy's sale page wherein it offers the said course but the problem is the amount I should pay. I need almost 500 US dollars in order to get in. I also stumbled on the website of Miss. Sha Nacino, a Filipino girl who teaches the same subject. However, I need almost 20,000 pesos in order to be included in her online course.

I have no problem with where I can get the money to fund this learning because I do have 3 credit cards. But the problem is since I don't have cash to finance my education, it is likely that I will get into debt.

What do you think, should I go ahead and use one of my cards to grab the opportunity? Or wait for the day that I save enough money? I know we should educate and invest in ourselves esp. if the soon to acquire skill will benefit us and improve our lives. But I still believe that cash is better than credit so we won't feel the guilt of our decision. Also, we will also have a peace of mind while taking the course. We won't bother thinking about where and how to pay our debts.

I know there are some free stuff online and you could find valuable information. But take note that it will take lots of your time to sort, gather and collect what you need. Besides, you're not sure if the information you'll get is accurate because anyone can upload and share his/her content. So it's better to pay a trusted and professional person to give us what we need. And Brian Tracy is one of the sought out speakers and well-known authors of great books on the subject of personal development, success, money, etc.

Anyway, before I end this post, I hope you could give me what would be your decision if ever you were in my shoes. I'm waiting for your answer and I hope you will have a great life ahead.

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