How to Find Financial Freedom in an Unfree World

The following commentary is from our friend, and fellow renegade researcher / publisher, David MacGregor.

Since 1998, he has been writing extensively on the subject of financial survival and sovereignty angles. Not only has he been sharing what he knows, he’s been passing along what he experiences by being in the mix of it too. He personally lives a true James Bond off-the-grid, international lifestyle.

When he speaks (or writes), we listen (or read). We suggest you do too…

Offshore bank accounts, companies and trusts — as well as second residencies and passports — are all great freedom tools. But if you don’t have sufficient funds to make use of them, how can you ever get off the starting blocks?

Consequently, one of the questions I get asked most often is: “I would really like to internationalise my life, open an offshore bank account, form an offshore company, protect my assets with an offshore trust — even travel to or live in different countries — but how do I get enough money together to even get started?”

It’s like a “chicken and egg” situation. What comes first, the freedom or the money? Do you need freedom to gain money, or money to gain freedom?

The truth is, money is the ultimate freedom tool. If you have that, then anything is possible – whatever your goals are. So the big questions are: “How much money do I need?” and “How do I increase the amount of money I already have?”

I know what it’s like to not have enough money to do what you really want to. Back in 1998 I was totally broke, and had to get really creative in order to dig myself out of that hole. But that’s another story.

What I have learned since then, is that there are ways to build up your financial freedom nestegg — ways that most people can take advantage of — if they know where to look and how to get started.

Money makes money. And in order to grow your own financial freedom nestegg, you do need some money to get started. But what if I told you there were legitimate ways to seriously improve your financial position without breaking the bank?

Well, I’ve sourced what I believe to be two of the best ways to boost your financial status over time. And if you have between $1,000 and $15,000 in available funds, then I urge you to check them out. One or the other, or both, could be just what you are looking for…

To learn more, click on the links below:

For a great source of little-known and unusually profitable cashflow/investment opportunities — Click Here

For a truly global online business opportunity — one with an innovative success formula built-in — Click Here

Both of the opportunities/resources quoted above have the potential to seriously improve your finances, and enable you to grow your own freedom fund. But, as always, nothing happens without action.

Yours in freedom

David MacGregor

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One Response to “How to Find Financial Freedom in an Unfree World”

  1. I am inclined to think that if you put all your attention into making money and nothing else then one will not be able to make it spiritually. Making money will just get in the way of
    spiritual freedom.
    What I do is to put attention on spiritual freedom and by eliminating any mental blocks on making money. When one does it this way I find my financial failures disolving and I now feel in a very strong position to truly succeed where I have constantly failed in the past. I just released a major blocking program in my life saying that I have failed and failed and will go on failing and failing. What a difference.

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