Question of the Week #3

What would you do if you had $100 million dollars?

I know what you’re thinking. Wow! That’s a lot of money! That’s the point of this question. If you had all the money you ever needed in your life. Money doesn’t solve all problems but it does turn the wheels of industry.

This question is more geared towards how you would spend your money if you were wealthy beyond your wildest dreams. Since money isn’t an issue with this question. Go wild with your answers. Let your imagination be free.

Here are a few more questions to get the creative juices flowing:

  • What would be the first thing you buy?
  • How much would you donate to charity or those less fortunate?
  • Would you help your family and friends out financially?
  • What places would you travel to?
  • How much money would you save or invest? (if any)
  • What would you do just for you?
  • Would you still work at your current job? Would you work at all?

Again, take your time with these answers. Really think about each question and if you want write it down.

This question allows you to see some insights on what you would do if you were living your best financial life. Now I’m not saying that you have to be a multi-millionaire to be happy. Money doesn’t buy happiness. It’s the truth. It’s just a glance into some of the things you would truly want in your life. Maybe this gives you a spark to start that new business you’ve always wanted. Or maybe make a career change to become more financially independent.


If you would oblige I would love to hear your answers to these questions.

6 thoughts on “Question of the Week #3”

  1. Oh My! The things I could do with it!!!!!
    I could help people in my immediate surroundings, as well as donate to people afar.
    I could gift to friends and family.
    (My son always says we’ll never be rich because we need to share equal portions between us and ‘them’/ everyone)
    But I think I WOULD do something for me. Although it wouldn’t be entirely for me….
    I’d visit America – loads of places to go. Not because of the places, but because of the people. So many ”old friends” who I have been communicating with for 10 years plus, and have yet to meet in person. What an amazing blessing that would be! I’ve also had a desire from an early age to ‘be American’. Maybe if I had that much money, they’d let me stay, and I could live there!
    Ah, the hopes and dreams!
    The results of all I would do with the money above don’t actually bring me material things – I wouldn’t buy a bigger house (although mine sure could use some fixing!), or a nicer car. I wouldn’t shop till I drop and spend far too much on the latest fashions. I don’t want stuff.
    The results of what I WOULD do, well…they’d feed my soul and possibly change lives in a positive way! What a way to spend money!!!!!! πŸ™‚

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      1. Ah thank you. I have many faults, but not helping others isn’t one of them πŸ˜‰
        Life has given me reason to develop those values in myself, and I am forever grateful, because they have become my purpose – when I saw past the pain πŸ˜‰
        Thank you for your wonderful blog πŸ™‚

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