My wife often chuckles, smiles and sometimes just heave a sigh whenever I speak about choosing positivity, happiness, freedom and long term living, which is quite a lot and quite often.

Especially long term living, as I often say this phrase

“We’re in transition.”


There is a significant difference when we focus on:

  • Positivity
  • Happiness
  • Freedom
  • Long Term Living

Positivity is a combination of moving away from negative people/stuff (whenever possible/as often as possible), as well and moving closer towards people, things and stuff that inspire, renew, revisit and keep positivity in my life.

Happiness is moving and keeping things that bring joy and smiles to my life, and it needs to be positive and principle-driven.

Freedom is the ability to have options, and to choose between alternatives and scenarios. I would HATE to have no options in life, business, investments etc. I also want full financial security and freedom, in which I have assets that are resilient, and provide more than enough for what we need, ever.

Long Term Living is to look at life, business, family, finances, people, relationships, investments in a large, zoomed out perspective, and choosing what that brings me most positivity, happiness and freedom over the long, long term.


Some people cant live like this, because either they can’t stand the ambiguity or openness or the non-busy-ness (some people like to keep busy).

Majority of the people I know live quite locked-in, bonded lives – think of 30 year mortgages (which they renew and restart each time they want to “upgrade their lifestyle”), 5-10 year loans for cars and stuff that they buy. And to afford these stuff, they stay to a job that they may not like and work with people they may hate.

But most of the world and people do that.

99% of people doing something doesn’t mean it’s right. That just means it’s commonplace and popular.

I…dont want that.

What makes me happy, is also the quality of life I have, and that is derived and heavily influenced by

  • Positivity
  • Happiness
  • Freedom
  • Long Term Living

At least to me – and this is highly personal and may differ from individual to individuals.

That is why I move towards learning, testing, experimenting, investing and trying:


A few years ago, I think just after my father passed away in 2014, I decided in my heart and mind that I want and will gear my businesses and investments around passive income.

You can read that article here: Gearing towards passive income.

That article applies still today, it’s like I wrote it just yesterday.

The reason why I believe in gearing and building multiple streams of passive income is heavily influence in the “freedom” part of this article. To me, if I have multiple streams of passive income (which I do today, a good amount but not enough), and keep my costs as low as possible (which we do today as a family), then when our passive income is more than our expenses, we can then say that we are financially secure.

Financial security to me, means that my passive income is enough to cover our living expenses.

Financial freedom then, to me, means that our passive income is many, many times more than enough to cover our living and annual expenses, and where money will not be a problem again.

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Hang around here for some time, you’d see that I don’t well with hype or bullshit. I can smell that typically a mile away, and I hate that shit too.

I’ve been working on myself and on for years, since 2006, and only in late 2019, I started to focus on intuitive and loving leadership, entreprenership and personal development.

Here are some areas that I work on a consistent, ongoing basis.

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See the Tools & Resources I use to improve my life, businesses, health, build passive income and more.

The core topics I cover in is:

  1. Eternal life and salvation: Jesus Christ is the Way, the Truth & the Life
  2. Fix your health: get healthier, live longer, run faster, more energy, fuck more
  3. Passive Income Lifestyle: Become financially secure by building assets that provides multiple streams of passive income that’s more than your living expenses
  4. Personal Loving Relationships: Attract, build and grow relationships you love
  5. Philanthropy: giving to the poor and needy
  6. Philosophy: Conscious, purposeful and positive living
  7. Productivity: How to become more efficient and productive in important things. Mastering them causes you take less them whilst increasing productivity.
  8. Insure yourself and your loved ones (Health insurance is important)
  9. Add-on Adventures: Become rich and wealthy
  10. Add-on Adventures: Build businesses that add positive value to your society and life
  11. Success Principles

Take action TODAY: One year from today, you’ll be one year older. What would you have done by then?

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