Sploosh or Dab?
I would like to talk with you about your financial thoughts, or let you listen to my story and process if you want…
It’s something you have to begin training yourself to take the emotions out of:
that’s the first and most permeating issue I find most of us have…
I confess, much as I respect her, I was skeptical. You see, Suzy Orman, Maneesh Sethi, Rich Dad/Poor Dad, Quicken, Get Rich Slowly, the Simple Dollar…tried them all various times. Always found that they almost but not quite fit my situation. I’m a freelancer; I have a variable budget. Up until very recently I never had a “cushion” of money, so when emergencies happened it was always a scramble. It was as if my financial life was where budgets went to die.
Don’t try to make this change slowly and tear off the bandage with care.
Rip it off and get mad–make use of that negativity to push yourself away
from your old habits and thought patterns around money,
and move with ever increasing speed away from those directions.
Embrace that this change is going to be very uncomfortable:
but it’s going to be for a higher reason than your current interests
…it’s about being persistent and continuing to find new patterns…
It’s not which path so much as finding one you can follow.