And I am not joking. This is the short version because this story is included in my latest book to be published. ”It’s Never Too Late”
I woke one day and I was broke. You see I suffer from what they used to call, back in the old days, manic depression, but today's buzz word is bipolar. And one of the characteristics of bipolar disorder is you have very little control sometimes about how you spend your hard earned money. It is hard earned, when you have not got any. You become a spending junkie and the only rehab available is going broke.
My condition made managing money extremely difficult, which is often a common characteristic of the disorder. I was worse than a banker on speed. The only difference from me and a banker, I was spending my money. At least, they get to spend other people’s money, which is a lot healthier.
Then one day I started to list the things in my mind which I had bought, takeaway meals here, video rentals there, the odd T-shirt and many other items I could have done without over the previous months. The money I had given away to friends and family over the years. It was crazy I had wasted so much money just here and there. Then I started to think deeper and then I remembered. Oh, shit, I remembered the beauty treatment fiasco.
Of course, there was this time when I spent the cost a holiday on beauty products I did not need. You can laugh, what did I need beauty products for? I am over fifty and lucky I have still got some hair on my head.
Are you listening, what are you dreaming?
As Jesus said, “belief is everything.”
In my latest book “It’s Never Too Late” read how dreams do come true, but be careful what you wish for. Understand the secret of greed and you will attain one of the secrets of prosperity. The book will also take you on a journey and explores love, money, luck, and much more.
Hey, Chuck. Did you bring any spending money? Viva la vida loca.
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