If you talk about money too much, people will think you’re weird and “worried.”
After all, many consider “spiritual development” to be a virtue, and not a wallet full of cash.
It’s strange how everything works, don’t you think?
After all, we all need money! Even Gurus and enlightened souls.
But having money is “bad” from the point of view of public morality.
It is “good” and honorable to endure need and be modest.
This is all strange: can’t there be a healthy balance in money matters?
1) The most dangerous place is in the middle of the crowd
We all need to get rid of the “anti-money” mindset.
In that case, of course, if you really want to achieve something significant in your life (from a financial point of view).
2) That’s who has the most money
Wealthy people are either investors or (co)owners of businesses.
But not those who work for hire.
This is the hard truth of life.
And the sooner we take note of this fact, the sooner our “financial health” will improve.
Yes, some of those who work for hire become rich.
Mainly, these are top-level managers.
However, the vast majority of employees have no chance of either career growth or high salaries.
3) Online business has become a new trend today
The younger generation understands this very well.
The older generation is still resisting this with all their might.
New ways to make money online are becoming increasingly popular.
Especially after digital literacy courses that are held (completely free) for pensioners and people who (like me) were born in the “pre-Internet era.”
4) Learn to make money on your own
Don’t be shy and don’t hesitate to do this.
Find yourself a feasible part-time job in your free time from your main job.
Open your own small online store.
Start and monetize a YouTube channel.
Take a closer look at investing in the stock market.
Otherwise, you will work hard for the rest of your life.
Moreover, even in retirement.