Certainly, we actually live in a world of abundance, but many people do not take advantage of it or reap its benefits.
We are surrounded by several resources, we have everything at our disposal to start a business and serve our community.
But we also take for granted opportunities to make money either because we lack ideas, don’t have the initiative, or don’t have the willingness to work.
Most people prefer to play it safe and work for someone else, even if they will never get rich doing so.
But there are a few who, instead of spending their money on showing off and living up to appearances, are saving their money to invest it in a good enterprise.
Those who spend more than they earn and buy with credit will always be in debt.
You have to learn the rules of the game of money. You can use credit to invest but not to spend, and when I say invest, I mean to go for something that will get you more money back to pay the costs of the interest on your credit.
You are not permitted to spend on luxury items unless you have met all of your basic needs, paid all of your bills, and saved some money for unforeseeable events.
There’s no point in buying just to buy; we don’t need a lot of products to have a decent lifestyle, but marketing strategies have been designed to lead us to believe that.
So we can spend more and have our pockets empty because we cannot keep any money for ourselves when there are so many offers that are not even on sale out there.
The accumulation of money comes from having diverse sources of income, so we can pay our bills and actually save the rest to invest. But in order to do so, we also must be willing to retain the most we can.
This means spending less than we earn, investing, diversifying, multiplying, and leveraging resources.