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To attain next level, you have to only do things that push you towards it, and say a blanket ‘no’ to almost everything else. You cannot ride your cart in three different directions at the same time.
Most people around us are after our attention, our time and our money. The never-ending obligations and the things we have to do keep us engaged all day.
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Automation of money will lead to a ‘coasting’ life, but it won’t get one to the next level. While we already know that the goal is to make money work for us, instead of slogging ourselves for earning it, it is not enough to simply save and let the money grow in banks.
Our desire to achieve next-level money or to master, control and optimize it, can only be fulfilled by us, and it goes beyond just earning, saving and investing money.
Many of us try to find financial advice in blogs and books, hoping that the other person who has no c...
One cannot be complacent and run after security and comfort. Longing for a default, peaceful life of status quo will not put one on the track of next-level money.
One has to get to work, piercing the comfort zone bubble and the man-made boundaries that are around us.
Playing safe is easy, as we live in a fear-based world. This attitude prevents us from growing, taking any risk and to really live our lives. Taking strategic, calculated risks ups your odds to reach next-level money.
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With this method, you pay off your debts from the smallest balance to the largest balance, regardless of interest rates.
When you pay the smallest debts first, you start to clear your low debts away very quickly. Doing this feels empowering. Once you've paid off a debt, yo...
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