How to have a healthy relationship with money

How is your relationship with money? Would you say you’re in control of your money or does it all just slip through your fingers the moment you get paid? If it does, you’re not alone.

However unless you learn to manage your money properly you’ll always be poor and your life will always be controlled by ‘The Man’. That dear reader, is a fact.

It doesn’t have to be like that though.

Develop a healthy relationship with money and you can build wealth over time. Pay yourself first and spend less than you earn and you’ll be surprised at how quickly you begin to accumulate wealth.

Paying yourself first means taking a percentage of your money the minute you’re paid and putting it away somewhere safe. The exact percentage depends of how much you earn and your living costs. However a minimum of 10% would be a very good start.

You can always eliminate expenditure if necessary. For instance you can probably live without those expensive coffees you buy on the way into work or that cable TV subscription that you don’t really need.

In the embedded video Noah Hammond shares his thoughts on how to have a healthy relationship with money.

Though relatively short this video is informative and definitely worth watching if you’d like to improve your financial position.

It is well worth a few minutes of your time and I recommend it to you.

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Money and how to get rich

How to get richHow to get rich? A question many ask but real wealth is something few people achieve.

You’ll often hear people say that money doesn’t matter and in some respects they’re right of course. Certainly it’s unwise to make the acquisition of money your obsession at the expense of those things that really matter in life.

A good example of those things that really matter most would be family and friends.

Nevertheless we must all be realistic too. After oxygen, in the modern era few things are more essential to sustaining life than money. Wouldn’t you agree dear reader?

So we must recognise that money is important whether we like it or not.

And if it’s important, how do we ensure that we always have enough money when we need it?

Having a good job is a fine thing of course but a single income stream is like having all your eggs in one basket. Lose your job and suddenly you don’t have an income at all.

The solution to that problem is financial independence.

By that I mean building capital and developing a series of income streams through multiple investments and the acquisition of income-generating assets such as property.

Well that’s easier said than done I can hear you say dear reader. And you’re right.

It isn’t easy of course but neither is it impossible. In fact it’s not quite as difficult as you might imagine. Other people get rich, so why not you?

A good starting point would be to improve your financial education.

It is absolutely essential you improve your knowledge of money and how you can make money work for you.

So where to start? Well one of the best introductory books on the subject has to be Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki.

This book is a best seller for good reason. Watch the embedded video here and it will introduce you to some of Mr Kiyosaki’s excellent ideas for becoming wealthy.

Build your own small reference library:

I recommend that you purchase your own personal copy of Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki, as part of creating your own personal ‘reference library’. Then you can dip in and out of it on a regular basis to educate and inform yourself of all things financial.

You’ll find Robert Kiyosaki’s book on Amazon and you can purchase it now if you just CLICK HERE.

Another great book on wealth:

Another great read for the wannabe financially independent is the classic text Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill.

This is another book that is absolutely essential reading for any serious student of money.

Despite being written in 1937 this book remains relevant to this day.

Yes it is an old text but it is widely regarded as one of the best books on wealth ever written.

It is still in print today and it is well-respected by students of wealth for very good reason.

In Think and Grow Rich Napoleon Hill reveals the money-making secrets of hundreds of America’s most affluent people.

His underlying point is that if you can think like them you can become like them. And this book will provide you with a 13 Step Program to set you on the path to wealth and success.

It’s a magic formula for money making and it never changes.

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How to develop a millionaire mindset

How to develop a millionaire mindsetDo you want to be rich dear reader? Would you like to have so much money that you no longer have to worry about having enough to pay your bills? If you do, you’re not alone. We’d all like to be rich but few of us have the right mindset needed to create and build wealth. The question is, how to develop a millionaire mindset?

Well in the embedded video included here Jack Canfield will enlighten you.

For any reader unfamiliar with Jack Canfield he’s one of America’s top motivational speakers and he’s also the best-selling author of top self-help books like Chicken Soup for the Soul and The Success Principles.

These books are amongst the very best self-help books you can buy and if you haven’t read them already I recommend that you do.

In the video Jack Canfield offers words of wisdom for those people who want to build their fortune but have yet to get going.

Jack explains that if you want to be rich, you have to learn how to think like rich people think.

He argues that without a millionaire mindset, you’re going to remain stuck in a lower or middle-income reality. In my opinion, he’s right in what he says.

The right mindest is always an essential ingredient for success but how do you develop a millionaire mindset? What do you need to do to develop the right way of thinking?

Well watch his short video and you’ll be on your way to learning how to avoid getting stuck in financial mediocrity.

If you’ve yet to achieve wealth then it’s never too late to start. Many financially successful people started late in life. For instance, Ray Kroc was 52 years old before he started building the empire we know as McDonald’s.

So get started now and design the future you’ve always imagined.

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If you’re interested in great motivational advice then the best speakers and writers in my opinion are all American.

There are many I admire and Jack Canfield is one of them. So if you’ve never read any of Jack Canfield’s books then I recommend that you check them out and purchase your own copies from Amazon.

If you build you own small personal library of motivation books you’ll find it will be money well spent.

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Investing like Warren Buffett: Tips and Techniques

Investing Tips and TechniquesWould you like to know more about investing and money dear reader? Maybe you’re looking for some investing tips and techniques?

Perhaps you’re always short of money and possibly in debt?

Well it doesn’t really have to be that way. You do know that don’t you?

You could improve your financial situation but you’ll need to start learning about money and how it works and how you can make it work for you.

In today’s post you’ll find some observations about money and investing and you’ll find an interesting video from the world’s greatest investor Warren Buffett.

Warren Buffett has become a very wealthy man through investing and he has consistently been one of the most successful investors of all time.

It’s always worth listening to successful people, so I can recommend you watch the embedded video below because I’m confident you’ll find it useful.

1. The Importance of Money

When it comes to sustaining life, money is not the most important thing but after oxygen and water few things matters more.

Certainly you need enough to get by but you also need to put something aside for a rainy day because one day it will rain, of that you can be sure.

Putting something aside for your old age too would be a wise thing to do.

Wealth creation matters and if you are to build wealth successfully you must learn how to manage and invest your money wisely.

2. The Importance of Investing

Creating wealth is easier said than done of course.

It starts with making sure you put at least some money aside each month.

Pay yourself first by putting away say 10% of your income each time you get paid.

Make that a habit and you won’t miss it.

As cash starts to build into a decent sum then you need to ensure that you get a decent return in order for the compounding effect to work its magic.

Over time you will be amazed at how your wealth will grow if you invest wisely.

3. How to Invest

Maybe you’re still unsure as to how you go about it?

Well that’s natural, so don’t worry.

If you don’t know how to do something, look around for someone who is already doing it successfully and copy what they do.

Certainly there are some excellent examples of investors who you could adopt as a role model.

One of the world’s most successful investors is the great Warren Buffett, otherwise known as the Sage of Omaha. Have you heard of him?

If you haven’t, I can tell you that he has created so much wealth through his investing skills that he is one of the richest men in the world.

The video included here offers some investing tips and techniques,

It illustrates how Buffett invests and how you might emulate his success. This is a useful video and it is worth your time, if your aim is to develop your investing skills.

4. Investing Tips and Techniques

5. Buy some reference books on investing

One video cannot tell you all there is to know about investing of course.

Developing your investing skills will take time and patience, building your knowledge as you go.

Nevertheless there are plenty of good books on the subject and you would be wise to establish your own personal reference library on the subject.

One book I can recommend is from the Financial Times series.

Like everything associated with the Financial Times, the FT Guide to Saving and Investing for Retirement: The Definitive Handbook to Securing Your Financial Future will provide you with sound advice on all aspects of saving and investing, particularly with respect to your long term goal of making sure you can enjoy a comfortable retirement.

I can recommend this book and it’s available from Amazon. Buy it here.

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How to make money from investing in stocks and shares

How to make money from investing in stocks and sharesOnly buy something that you’d be perfectly happy to hold if the market shut down for 10 years. ~Warren Buffett

Arguably, Warren Buffett is one of the greatest investors of all time. Certainly he has delivered an above average return to investors in his company Berkshire Hathaway consistently over many, many years.

And when people are successful we should listen to them. If their approach has been successful for them, it can be successful for us too. So it’s a good idea to listen and learn.

Warren Buffett’s investment philosophy is essentially quite simple.

If you’re buying stocks and shares then the ideal investment is a company with a range of good quality products which everyone needs; with strong cash-flow and little or no debt; broad international exposure; and which pays solid, sustainable dividends.

Buy the asset at fair value and you will have an income stream you can rely on regardless of any short or medium-term market volatility.

Choose the right stock and you should enjoy some capital appreciation over the long term as well.

Too many people are speculators rather than investors. They hope to time the market to gain a quick buck. However that’s hugely difficult and most amateurs will lose money with that approach, unless they are very, very lucky.

Whereas invest in good companies at fair value and over time you’ll have an excellent chance to make very good return.

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3 of the less obvious investment principles and concepts

Investment Principles and ConceptsIf you’re working on your financial education dear reader then you’re probably seeking to better understand all of the investment principles and concepts that successful investors use to create wealth.

If so, today I offer you three of the less obvious investment principles and concepts that you should always bear in mind:-

1. Fear is your friend:

As anyone with an interest in investing will recognise, financial markets by can be volatile and the extremes can be a challenge for even the most experienced investors. Volatility goes with the territory.

There are times when it will all feel like a bit of a roller coaster ride.

So if you’re going to profit from being an investor then you do need to have your wits about you. Feeling fearful occasionally goes with the territory too.

Fear is a natural emotion which keeps us sharp and it keeps us focused when our personal security could be at risk. So fear is a good thing. It serves to protect us against threats to our safety. Fear is our friend.

Even when it comes to your financial safety, fear is your friend too.

In troubled times we must be careful not to react in haste but remember that our instincts can be a powerful guide to when action is necessary.

That said, with investment, those times when others are truly fearful can be an excellent buy opportunity for the savvy investor. When people are in a state of panic they react with emotion rather than intelligent thought. And often they overreact.

Experience tells us that calm will always return to the market eventually and the savvy investor will have picked up some bargains amongst all the drama.

As Baron Rothschild once said, the time to buy is when there’s blood on the streets.

2. It’s never different this time:

Whenever there’s a speculative financial bubble, how many times do you hear people say, it’s different this time? Somehow they think that the laws of financial gravity can suddenly be defied.

From property bubbles to the dotcom bubble people were keen to tell us all that those old laws of finance no longer applied.

For some reason people start believing that prices can keep going up and up and up without any reference to the point at which prices were no longer consistent with anything close to a sensible valuation.

If we could go back to the days of the tulip bubble and the South Sea bubble, I’m sure we’d hear people saying it’s different this time.

The nature of a speculative bubble is always the same.

Something becomes fashionable and the price of that perceived asset starts to skyrocket, everyone goes crazy and people suddenly feel they must get in on the opportunity before they miss out.

The really savvy investors get in early on the opportunity, then they recognize what’s happening, they see the asset becoming over-priced and they recognise that if they are to turn a profit then they need to get out quickly. Once that happens, sentiment starts to turn; early movers make a decent profit and others lose their shirts.

The harsh reality of financial investing is that when you spot a bandwagon on which to climb you’ve already missed the boat. I apologise for the mixed metaphor but remember this; it’s never different this time with a financial bubble.

Irrational exuberance drives prices beyond the point at which they are supported by any real financial logic. When that becomes obvious to everyone, the bubble bursts and prices coming crashing down.

As the great Warren Buffett once said, a pin lies in wait for every bubble and when the two eventually meet, a new wave of investors learns some very old lessons.

If you’re an experienced old hand at the investment game you might just have mastered the art of timing with these things. If not, you’ll steer well clear if you’ve got any sense.

3. Little and often:

Over time water can form great caverns in rock. It doesn’t happen overnight. It happens by the constant drip, drip, drip, effect of water over years and years and years.

When it comes to saving much the same applies. It’s those regular small amounts that over time can build into substantial wealth.

Regular saving is a good habit to develop and savings accounts provide a reliable place for your emergency fund and also as a means for building capital sums for the purchase of other forms of investment like stocks and bonds, and property too

However remember this; no one has ever become seriously rich by investing in savings account alone.

The gains from savings accounts will always be relatively small and over the medium to long term are unlikely even to keep pace with inflation.

Nevertheless regular saving this way is a good starting point in wealth creation.

Once you start to build a decent sum you can then look at other forms of investment such as stocks, bonds and property.

However you must remember that savings accounts are not risk free if that’s your only form of investment.

Focusing only on a savings account would mean you miss out on better potential returns elsewhere.

Savings accounts are a very good starting point though and by putting a slice of your income away each month, as soon as you get paid,  you’ll be taking the first step to building capital.

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The 4 steps to financial freedom

Steps to Financial FreedomFinancial peace isn’t the acquisition of stuff. It’s learning to live on less than you make, so you can give money back and have money to invest. You can’t win until you do this. ~Dave Ramsey

Many people are searching for the steps to financial freedom. Search the internet and there will be references to seven, eight, nine and even ten steps but I think only four steps really matter.

However before I discuss those steps, let us first think about the biggest cause of people remaining poor, namely the burden of debt.

Statistics suggest that most people these days are heavily in debt. And debt is a burden that enslaves us. Knowing we have debts can be stressful.

What is the underlying cause of such debt? That’s simple. Mostly it’s the overuse of credit cards with little or no thought to how this will affect our financial well-being.

Unsecured debt built up through the excessive use of credit cards is very expensive.

That means even a small sum outstanding on a credit card can quickly become a large debt due to the effect of compound interest if you only make minimum payment each month.

Are you affected by debt dear reader? Are your finances out of control? Would you like to achieve financial freedom?

Steps to Financial Freedom:

Often I hear people say things like, if only I could increase my income I could pay off my debts.

In fact those same people, if they did increase their income, would probably just spend more. And financial freedom would still remain a distant dream.

If financial freedom is your aim then it’s essential that you take control of your finances. And the steps to financial freedom are as follows:-

1. Spend less than you earn:

It all starts with spending less than you earn. If you spend less than you earn you can work on becoming debt free and then start to build capital.

2. Pay yourself first:

You must always pay yourself first. What does that mean? It means that as soon as you get paid each month you take a minimum of 10% of what you earn and put it away somewhere safe immediately.

Never, ever wait until the end of the month to see what you’ve got left.

If you do that you’ll never save anything.

If you take 10% upfront it will just be another debit on your income like taxes and pension contributions. You’ll quickly get used to having only the remaining 90% to live on.

And what do you do with the 10% or whatever you’ve put away?

3. Eliminate credit card debt:

Initially if you have a credit card debt burden then it makes sense to use that money to deal with paying off your debt first because the interest you’ll pay on the debt is always greater than any interest you’ll get on savings.

To pay off your credit card debt it’s essential that you find a way to eliminate the interest element each month so that any payments you then make go against the outstanding balance.

And how is that done?

Well, when you take out a new credit card account it often comes with a period of zero interest, usually six months. These accounts also usually allow you to transfer in an outstanding debt from another credit card account.

So by moving from one card provider to another and transferring the debt across to the new account, you then have a period of six months to make payments against the outstanding balance without accumulating interest on the old debt.

Never, ever use this card to increase your debt. Use it only for reducing your debt.

At the end of the period of zero interest on your new card repeat the process if necessary. Once again, you move to another card account offering you a zero interest period. By focusing only on the outstanding balance it will be paid off quicker.

Eliminating the burden of debt is the first step on the road to financial freedom.

Freedom from debt will give you peace of mind. And peace of mind is a good reason for spending less than you earn.

Once the debt is cleared, what next with the money you’ve paid yourself first.

4. Build capital:

Initially put your money into a savings account. Then, as that builds into a larger sum, you can start thinking about other forms of investment like stocks, bonds and property.

Once you develop the habit of putting some of your money away each month it’s amazing how quickly it accumulates into a decent capital sum and you’ll be on the road to achieving financial freedom.

Conclusion:

Learn to live within your means.

If you live modestly and spend your money wisely, you can ensure that you have enough money when you really need it.

You can also build that nest egg for your retirement and give a little back to those less fortunate than yourself. And you’ll feel so much better about yourself too.

Conversely, gathering too much clutter through excessive spending on things you don’t really need can become stressful, as well as wasteful. The choice is yours.

Financial freedom is achievable and it will give you peace of mind.

You will sleep better knowing you’re debt free.

The steps to financial freedom are really quite simple. Spend less than you earn; pay yourself first; eliminate expensive credit card debt; and start building capital.

Do this and one day your older self will be grateful you made the effort I can assure you.

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How to be financially smart

How to be financially smartI have only myself to depend on for my financial stability. ~Marie Helvin

How to be financially smart? That’s hard, don’t you think?

It’s much easier to get yourself into a financial mess, wouldn’t you agree dear reader?

Let’s face it, we all want it all and we all want it now, surely?

Certainly it’s not unreasonable to want to have some fun, is it? We all deserve a little bit of fun, surely?

And naturally you want to spend your money on lots of nice clothes and exotic weekends away with your friends too. Life’s too short not too, wouldn’t you agree?

The problem is, if you adopt this approach to life, your money’s spent before it’s earned. And that’s when you’re heading down the road to financial disaster if you’re not careful.

Some readers may argue that it doesn’t matter, as long as you’ve got your ‘flexible friend‘ to pay for everything. Life’s fantastic when you’ve got plastic!

And maybe it is, until you hit your credit limit and the bills start piling up.

Then your wardrobe is cluttered with clothes and shoes you’ll never wear and you’re burdened with expensive credit card debt which you’ll struggle to pay off.

And very soon a small debt becomes a large debt due to the ‘magic‘ effect of compound interest.

How does the story end? Basically it only ends one way. A financial mess, even if it was one you thought you could avoid.

Does this sound like you dear reader? If it does, you’re not alone.

However if you’re in a financial mess and you’re not sure who to blame, then just take a long, hard look in the mirror. The person to blame will be staring right back at you.

It’s not the fault of the government. It’s not the fault of your current or previous employers. Your parents are not to blame either.

You are captain of your own ship. So you must start taking responsibility for yourself and your own financial well-being. However, with a little bit of thought, it really isn’t difficult.

The first step is to stop wasting your money, buying things you don’t need in an attempt to impress people who don’t really care anyway.

If you’re thinking about how to be financially smart then remember this; Credit cards may be a convenient means of paying for things and they tend to be the preferred method of payment these days for young people. However they’re also weapons of mass wealth destruction. That’s a fact dear reader.

If you want to be financially smart then just follow these rules:-

Rule 1:

Never, ever buy anything on a credit card if there’s even the remotest possibility the you won’t be able to pay off your bill in full at the end of the month.

Credit card debt is unsecured which means that it comes with very high interest rates, always!

You must recognize that debt with high interest rates increases rapidly, if all you do is make minimum payment each month.

Rule 2:

Think carefully before you spend.

Ask yourself these questions before you make a purchase, whatever it is:-

      1. Do I really need it?
      2. Will I really use it?
      3. Can I live without it?
      4. Would the money be better utilized is some other way?
      5. Would I be better saving my money?

Rule 3:

Be sensible with your money. Spend it wisely and sparingly. 

Being sensible with your money might sound boring but it’s less stressful than the alternative, trust me. High levels of debt can be very stressful.

Conclusion:

How to be financially smart is not difficult.

The key to this is to avoid getting yourself into a financial mess in the first place. You’ll find that this is the least stressful approach to life.

However, if you’ve already got yourself into a financial mess, then don’t moan about it. Make sure you do something about it instead.

And that starts with paying off debts as quickly as possible and learning to spend your money wisely by following Rules 1, 2 and 3.

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How to invest your money like the rich do

How to invest your money like the rich doA theme I’m constantly exploring is building wealth by investing money. Partly that’s due to personal interest but I know it’s also a subject in which many readers have an interest too. 

If you can build your own wealth then you can enjoy financial independence. How good would that be?

Achieving financial independence means you can then spend your life doing things you enjoy doing rather than things you’re obliged to do because you have no choice.

So your goal should be to become financially independent as quickly as possible, surely?

The problem for most people is that they spend their money as soon as they get it, and often long before they get it.

If people save at all, it often tends to be with whatever money they’ve got left at the end of the month. And that’s unlikely to be much.

The result is that most people have little or no savings at all, and far too many people are burdened with expensive debt as well.

Such people are destined to spend their lives being poor. That’s sad but true. And don’t forget this; debt enslaves you.

So dear reader do you want to get rich?

I think most people would say that they do but very few people have the fiscal discipline to save money, build capital and make it grow.

Some readers would probably argue that the wealthy have an unfair advantage when it comes to investing their money. Maybe they do, maybe they don’t. However there are ordinary folks who manage to get rich so you can too.

How to invest your money like the rich doThe question is where do you begin?

A good start would be to educate yourself in the art of saving, growing your money and building wealth.

Now that doesn’t mean you have to go back to college. You can self-educate yourself by reading some of the many excellent books available on the subject.

Create your own small library of good reference books on money matters.

Identify great investors like Warren Buffett and read what they have to say and indeed copy what they do. If it worked for them then it can work for you too.

In the meantime the video included below offers you some useful insights into how the rich invest their money.

It will cost you nothing to watch this video and it really is worth your time, if you want to work towards becoming financially independent.

And if you’d like to learn more about Warren Buffett’s investment philosophy you’ll find a selection of useful books on Amazon if you just CLICK HERE.

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5 ways to increase your value

Jim RohnIn the video embedded in this post, the late, great Jim Rohn offers you five ways to increase your value.

If earning more money is your aim, then that doesn’t happen by accident of course.

Work is just doing stuff for other people in exchange for money. Essentially work is the transfer of value, so the value you have to offer really matters.

We don’t get paid for the hour of work, we get paid for the value we can deliver in that hour.

So the underlying point Jim Rohn makes in the video is that the amount you earn and the wealth you enjoy is dictated by how much value you bring to life and those for whom you are working.

I can tell you now that Jim Rohn is making an important point here and what he says is true.

Thus knowing how to increase your value is essential, if you’re to increase your income.

If you increase your value, you can have success in abundance; prosperity and wealth can be yours; and the law of attraction will work in your favour.

And remember; if your aim is to make the most of your life then listening to people like Jim Rohn is a habit worth forming. Listen to successful people and you can be successful too.

So take a moment or two now to listen to Jim Rohn and I promise you, you’ll feel it was well worth your time.

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