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A Practical Guide To Creating your Financial Security Stability
“Doing something costs something, doing nothing costs something; quite often doing nothing costs a lot more.” – Ben Feldman
Now is a golden opportunity for you to be 100% honest with yourself about things in life that you know need to change. Why do they need to change? Because they are holding you back from living the life you deserve. This is a fabulous chance to give yourself credit for what you are brilliant at and find ways to live a more fulfilling, happier life.
First of all, you need to admit to yourself you are viewing some areas of your life through rose coloured glasses. Whether it is financial, physical, love or spiritual – there are areas in your life that you are either neglecting or areas you are not being honest about yourself. Am I right?
“The real measure of your wealth is how much you’d be worth if you lost all your money.” – Author Unknown
Most of us have been told from an early age we can achieve anything we put our minds to. While many people believe that money can buy everything, it certainly cannot buy happiness. There are people in our world who are greedy when it comes to money and some that horde every cent. But neither way is really going to provide happiness, will it? On the other side of the coin, there are those people that live very generously in their lives, giving to others but leaving themselves broke. Which type of person are you?
“By living below your income, you are living within your means.” – Nobby Kleinman
Have you ever considered how it would feel to watch your wealth accumulate rather than experience again the feelings of disappointment when you lack the money you need just to get by? You may realize the emotional roller coaster of doing well for a bit, paying your bills on the time and having a little extra to tuck into savings, only to eventually end up with credit card bills you can’t afford to pay off and not having enough to make ends meet. It can be a vicious cycle and emotionally draining to keep getting on that roller coaster month after month.
Realize you have the power to change that. You can be empowered to make better choices and implement habits in your life that will last. By choosing to re-focus on your financial needs, with right mindset, you can start making the effective decisions you need to turn your life around.
“If money is your hope for independence you will never have it. The only real security that a man will have in this world is a reserve of knowledge, experience and ability.” – Henry Ford
You may have heard the expression ‘cash is king’ and it is said deservedly so. There is no doubt that money is important – it just shouldn’t be the most important thing in your life. Again, you have to strike to make a balance. Let’s take a look at what makes cash king and how you can capital for your own financial future.
Cash is universal. There may be different denominations and different looks but currency of some sort is accepted around the world. It is still highly acceptable for individuals, merchants and businesses to accept case without concern. Having your own cash is not only acceptable; it is requirement of daily living in some capacity. Cash brings influence and security. It allows you to negotiate for more. It gives us leverage to do what we want. Cash gives us power.
“Sometimes the poorest woman leaves her children the richest inheritance.” – Ruth E. Renkel
One thing you need to consider about spending money is the habits you’ve adapted in your life when it comes to making purchases. Whether it is the high-prices occasional item or the weekend groceries, you likely formed specific habits about your transactions. Many people are beginning to realize just how impulsive they are whenever they enter a store.
Spending items you don’t need but can’t resist is typically the root cause of not having money to save. Impulsive buying and boredom shopping are just two of the bad money habits you need to break now. At this stage of the game, you may be more inclined to want to save but still have some difficulty adjusting to new life habits when it comes to spending.
“When one door of happiness closes, another opens; but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one which has been for us.” – Helen Keller
There are many opportunities these days, especially for women, to earn a living or at least extra income by working in direct sales such, as with the international company Avon. These opportunities are growing in number and creativity but there are still a large number of scams being advertised, especially in a work-at-home capacity. It can often be hard to tell the difference between a good income-earning opportunity and a scam. Many women with good intentions end up losing money when they are trapped by a professional con artist. It is incredibly wish to research opportunities before agreeing to participate or, worse yet, before sending money.
Gaining financial stability and personal wealth requires money management skills that are continually honed. You have to prioritize your day so you are achieving small financial goals you set for yourself and staying consistent with your money management habits. Initially, it may seem like extra work you have to do on top of everything else but eventually you can incorporate better money management habits into your daily life and come to depend on them for your future.
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The Glomesh Purse Story
When I decided that a stock photo of a purse for the book cover was not good enough to be authentic, I had to find the real deal.