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How can DMV help Congo
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Sarah Tandu
Feb 26, 2021
I agree with all 3 of your points. I will add concerning the money point that a paradigm shift in the way of managing money at the individual level will ultimately result in a situation where money/net worth is kept within our community. Financial independence, brought about by frugal lifestyles, financial minimalism, a habit to not borrow or to pay off debt as quickly as possible, save and invest will all result in increasing net worth and an ability to strengthen our economic power and therefore the likelihood of bringing our individual projects from vision/dreams and plans to implementation. So my point is, if you want to help Congo or CCWM or both AND yourself, pay down/off debt, spend intentionally on necessities, curtail spending on your wants, seek solid/proven investment opportunities, and contaminate someone else with the same mindset so that instead of being owners of many designer branded items that clutter our closets and homes and (financed) luxury cars which are all draining our wallets, we can put our money where it truly can make a difference, for ourselves and of others. The $60 annual membership will then become chicken change for most people and maybe we will see an upward trends with contributions. Who knows?! We might even all agree to double or triple annual membership?! If a large majority of our members no longer depend on their job for their every needs or have assets that can provide for more than their cost of living, our community will reflect that financial health and that blessing will be directly passed onto our beloved Congo.
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