It is not just what you do that matters, it is what you refuse to do that matters as well. Learn from those who are successful. Take them out for lunch. Read their material. Develop some grit. You'll be better off for it. Strive for success.
Financially successful people certainly do things differently to you and I. Following any of these tips requires you to be persistent and ultimately making a habit of these success tips.
Caz Makepeace discusses some provoking thoughts about how to treat money. Learning how to manage money should be one of the financial habits that we teach our children from an early age.
Money is an important part of life, unfortunately there are a number of bad habits that can sabotage your financial well-being. Some of these habits won't destroy your finances right away, but over time, you may find yourself in a dire situation with little hope of recovery.
It is the start of the New Year, of course new year resolutions are still a hot topic. Far too often the list is focused on breaking bad habits, how about you focus on creating new good habits. In the immortal words of Aristotle, “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit." Have alook at these three financial habits for 2016 from the Washington Family Magazine
Are you struggling to control your debt, or make some real money? If you need help, this article provides some extremely useful guidance. There are a number of financial questions that you should be asking yourself.