It’s never too late to become financially savvy, learn some money sense. It’s been my experience that very little importance is given to teaching young folks about money. I didn’t learn how to balance a check book until I took an accounting class in high school and that class exempted me from Algebra (remember: http://jewelsthebrainstorm.blogspot.com/2012/01/when-all-else-fails-x-s-8.html). Nevertheless, it is a topic that is very important in every aspect of life. As a matter of fact, I have so many thoughts about money, too many to mention here so what I will do instead is share a variety of tidbits.
"Capital as such is not evil; it is wrong use that is evil."
There is a secret psychology of money. Most people don't know about it. That's why most people never become financially successful. A lack of money is not the problem; it is merely a symptom of what's going on inside of you.
We were not taught financial literacy in school. It takes a lot of work and time to change your thinking and to become financially literate.
At least eighty percent of millionaires are self-made.That is,they started with nothing but ambition and energy,the same way most of us start.
"Your wealth can only grow to the extent that you do!"
- T. Harv Eker
Make a decision to be successful right now. Most people never decide to be wealthy and that is why they retire poor.
Part of your heritage in this society is the opportunity to become financially independent.
Financial Intelligence Resources:
What are your favorite money resources?
What are your thoughts on money?
What does money make you feel?
What did you learn about money growing up?
Share please. Sharing is caring. And there is gold dust in the air for each of us, remember that.
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