Money was never enough.
When I was in high school, I was forced to drive a sidecar (or pedicab) on days when there are no classes just to earn a few pesos to help out my family. My father is a fisherman and my mother stays at home to take care of the family. While we lived simply, we barely had enough. College was even more difficult, especially during the time when both my brother and I had to go to college at the same time. The big problem was tuition fee — we barely had enough to bring food to the table, how much more to pay tuition? So we had to borrow. I remember I only had one set of uniform which I had to wash every Wednesday so I could wear again for the rest of the week. Such tough times.
Finally, I graduated and then started working in a shipping company. I worked my way up from mopping office floors to becoming a captain. It could have been a beautiful ending right there but unfortunately (yes, that is not the end of the story yet), problems after problems came that led me to pause and reflect: why is money never enough? In one of my retreats, I was introduced to Truly Rich Club. Truly Rich Club inspired me to invest, save, and do business. Now, I have retired from being a captain to manage my own upholstery shop and fishing business with 9 boats for blue marlin, tuna and tangigue. The rest, as they say, is history.
I am Raffy.
I am a Truly Rich Club member.
And this is my story.
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