2. Go abroad, work there and feel the Philippine Peso versus Dollar value
So this is the second option that most Filipino’s think they become instantly rich and wealthy in life if they work abroad (outside Philippines) on a Foreign Land.
Philippines as an Agricultural Type of Country, but no one here wanted to become a Farmer or a Fisherman aboard MBCA or Motor Banka.
Filipino’s often said: “Tangkilikin ang Sariling Atin” meaning, we must purchase or must serve only products or available jobs that are found exclusively inside Philippine Country…
But instead of serving or working on our own country, the Philippines, we Filipinos have the basic instinct to go abroad after graduating in our selected college courses since the current value of Philippine Peso against Dollar is (1 US Dollar is equals to 41.5 Philippine Pesos)
And they were very proud to be called the “Modern Living Day Heroes” because Filipino that is working abroad served a foreign land…
While Filipino’s working under the heat of the sun as a Local Farmer or a Local Fisherman, they are not worthy to be called a Modern Day Living Heroes.
But can they be rich and become wealthy if working abroad on a foreign lands?
I just can’t imagine that Filipinos love to work abroad because money is there; while those US, Indian, Chinese, Koreans loved to conduct a business here in the Philippines because they also believed that money are found here in Philippines.
Click the link to read next option, on how to become an instant Millionaire in a short period of time:
Easiest Ways to become an Instant Millionaire (page 3)
To take a note, if you are earning a descent income there on abroad, Let’s say in US, and if you spend all of you money here in the Philippines, that for a value of 1 USD is equals to 41.5 Philippine pesos, imagine how happy go lucky you are.
But sooner or later, your money gradually depletes, then you’ll forced yourself to go back abroad again and work to earn, thus, it is not clearly a passive type of earning a money.
So, how about options number three?