I have always thought that our financial goals are pretty self-centered, when in reality, they are driven by our self-awareness. We are aware of our financial goals, but we are not aware of how we choose to approach them. This is the root of the problem.

We don’t take the time to consider our financial choices because we think that’s something that we “should” do. It’s important to remember that we can’t force ourselves to do things that we aren’t willing to do. The only way to be successful financially is to set our own financial goals. If we set them on what we want to spend money on, we are more likely to be successful.

Sure, you could make all sorts of excuses. You could say, “I’m working hard”, “I don’t want to spend money on something that I don’t need,” or “I’m buying a new home to be closer to my wife,” but the problem is we don’t care about these excuses as we have more important things to worry about. What we are really doing is making excuses.

That’s not to say im not making money. My net worth is currently $1,000 due to my work as an author. I have a net worth calculator that allows me to see exactly where I am on a financial scale.

You might be surprised to know that I have no use for excuses. My life is my own business and I want to do it well. I do not need to spend money, I dont need to save money, and most importantly, I am not a “save money” person. What I am is a “keep it simple” person.

One of the best things about living in this society that allows people to spend so much money on things that arent necessarily going to make them a better person, is the freedom to spend so much money on things that are not going to make you a better person. I dont need a fancy car or designer clothes, I dont need to dress up. I dont need a fancy house to make sure that I have money to spend.

It can be a very tricky thing to figure out how to get the most out of the money you have saved from splurging. When I was younger I bought things because they were “in style,” but I quickly realized that these “in style” things that I had thought were perfect were not.

And then I realized that I had always wanted to be a better person, and I started spending money on things that I thought would make me a better person. I started buying products that I thought would be great for my future, things that I could use and use for the rest of my life. I bought things that I thought would make me more knowledgeable and I started learning how to do things I couldn’t do as a kid. I started learning how to code.

Some might say that the best investments are often the ones that don’t work out. But for me personally, those things worked out. I got my master’s degree in business and I’ve been able to use that degree to help people get jobs that would have been impossible for me to do when I was in high school. I started my own company.

I’m on the lookout for more investment opportunities.

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