In our culture, making more money is equated to success. And countless people choose their vocations and later navigate their professional lives based on this belief alone. But working just for the sake of making money is a hollow pursuit, and an absolute waste of your precious resources. Let’s
“Anything you can imagine, you can create.” — Oprah Winfrey Your internal beliefs create your external reality, and your dominant thoughts determine what you attract in your life. Therefore, if you want to attract more money, it’s crucial to visualize it as if you already have it. Visualizing as if
Sure, the road to building wealth and achieving financial freedom is far from easy. But do you feel doubtful that you could ever be a millionaire? If yes, you may want to reconsider. Becoming a millionaire doesn’t need to be a far-fetched reality. If you choose to live below
> “Money is like a beautiful thoroughbred horse-—very powerful and always in action. But unless this horse is trained when very young, it will be an out-of-control and dangerous animal when it grows to maturity.” — Dave Ramsey Chasing wealth just for the sake of becoming wealthy is an empty pursuit.
An emergency fund is simply money you’ve set aside for life’s unexpected events. Sometimes it is also referred to as a rainy-day fund. However, a good alternate name (and the positive of all!) for this fund which I personally love is the “Peace of Mind” fund. You sleep
> “Advice is one thing that is freely given away, but watch that you take only what is worth having. He who takes advice about his savings from one who is inexperienced in such matters, shall pay with his savings for proving the falsity of their opinions.” — George S. Clason, The
No matter how little you currently have saved or how small your paychecks are, you must cultivate a discipline to regularly set aside at least 10% of your income and invest it, so it will grow and bring you prosperity for years to come. I personally follow Dave Ramsey’s