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Adopt a Mindset That Will Help Your Money Grow

September 8th 2016 by
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Living a life of wealth and happiness does not happen overnight.  You need time, patience and a knack for making good money decisions.  See what you can do to gain comfortable financial independence in your life.

Plant and Wait

To get the most out of life, most people advise you to live life to fullest each day. What they don’t talk about is how you should invest like you will live forever in order to gain the most money over time.  Think of money like a plant: you need to make sure it’s planted properly and tend to it from time to time, but you don’t want to obsess over it. Plant your money in lucrative stocks or other investments and hold onto them.  Don’t ignore your investments – you don’t want to miss indicators of when it’s time to let go of certain investments – but don’t obsess or act rashly either.

Trust Yourself

Listen to yourself above anyone else.  If someone claims they can make money for you fast, it’s probably too good to be true.  There is no quick fix to any problem, and anything that is worth value will happen over time.  Avoid falling victim to false promises of fast money.

Do What You Love

If you want to achieve your wealth and enjoy doing it, choose a career you love.  Looking at what you’re doing as “work” implies that it is something you have to do.

Think About What You Need

The key to spending less is to do so without having to sacrifice your quality of life.  If you are depriving yourself of things you enjoy doing, it will be more difficult to save money.  You may be able to still do the things you enjoy by cutting costs in other aspects of your life.

Spend Smart

Avoid borrowing and lending money.  If you do not have money to buy what you need, how will you have the money to pay all of it back?  The same goes for those who borrow money from you. If you think of the things you buy in terms of time spent instead of money, you will be able to prevent yourself from making unnecessary purchases.  If you spend what you earn in one day on an item, think of that purchase as spending one day of your life.  You can always earn that money back but you can never regain that time.

Oftentimes all you need to do is change your mindset about money to get on the right path. Think about what you can do to improve your situation right now.

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