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How to manifest money in 5 simole steps

One of the most common things people want to manifest is money.

Well, I’m here to tell you that it’s absolutely possible to manifest financial abundance in your life, especially if it is backed by service.

Remember, the Universe is always conspiring to lead you towards the highest good for all.

If you want to manifest more wealth in your life, keep reading to find out How to Manifest Money In 5 Steps.

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The US war on poverty

In 1964, US President Johnson declared war on poverty. He stated that the wealthiest nation on Earth should be able to beat it.

Yet, up to that point, the US had no official measure of poverty and no statistics on its scope, form or changing nature.

Poverty in 2021 looks different than in 1964 – but the US hasn't changed how it measures who's poor


The root of consumerism

An easy way to look at consumerism is that marketers and advertisers have perfected tactics to get us to buy things, even if we don't need them. But American consumerism is also built on societal factors. We try to keep up with the Joneses, whoever they may be.

Sociologist Juliet Schor, an author of books on consumerism, wealth, and spending, thinks marketers have less to do with what we want than our neighbours, coworkers, or people we follow on social media.

Why do we buy what we buy?


Your credit score is calculated using a mix of data, including your payment history, how much credit you have and length of credit history.

Here's the golden rule: Only charge what you can afford to pay every month in full.

Keeping your balances low will help boost your credit score. Aim to keep your debt utilization — which is amount of available credit you actually use — as low as possible.

There's no need to have a wallet full of credit cards, but having one or two that you use responsibly will help your score.

5 easy steps to improve your credit score


More than half of the surveyed customers are overwhelmed by the number of online streaming services scrambling for their attention.

The trend of cord-cutting, where consumers removed cable/pay-TV and opted for online streaming content, has been replaced by cord-stacking, where both pay-TV and streaming services are used.

Most respondents of the survey wish that there were more free ad-supported streaming services to keep their costs down.

Are there too many streaming services? 56% of connected device users are overwhelmed


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