Alterfin Investing in sustainable development.
I am still studying, learning & growing about attaining financial freedom. But Roberts Kiwosaki’s words about always giving back have never been forgotten. In his cashflow 101 game we would regularly land on the square where we had to donate to charity even though we were still deeply trapped in the rat race ourselves.
But sometimes recipients of charity begin to develop an attitude of ‘entitlement’ with absolutely no thoughts of making any personal contribution in return or endeavouring to develop themselves by either improving on or in learning new skills that could eventually be used to support themselves.
It reminds me of the Apostle Pauls words in the bible;
“If a person is not willing to work then neither shall he eat” 2 Thessalonians 3:10
That’s the real beauty of this investment idea and opportunity, you are giving something back to the community while at the same time giving the recipient the means and motivation to work for himself.
A win win situation for both participants and something that governments could learn from in their social programs.
It is in the interest of the wealthy that the poor can be given opportunities, education and means to prosper, gain self sufficiency, self respect and dignity through meaningful work and that we are also willing to pay a fair price for that work.