Money can be a bondage follow the principle. It’s just that simple.
Money, the taboo word, people are saying “I don’t have it, silence, you going to pay it?, I don’t have enough, I will just use credit. All of these phases and much more are the types of things people say that keeps them in bondage to money. Money is not the problem it’s how money is viewed. It’s not about how much you have, it’s about what you do with what you have. Fear has gripped so many because they don’t know the first thing about money only that it’s for bills, bills and more bills. Well, of course, we have to pay bills that are a part of life however, the smallest can be made into a lot. Little simple words of wisdom follow the principle the simple principle coming from a person who’s been there and done that don’t owe a dime to anyone and look you might think I am loaded. That’s fine, but the simple little principle to take an amount that is not even a fraction of what you get but what you spend in one hour go figure.
I will probably be on a soap box for a while with this simple little principle here. Taking the little measly dollar and starting there. You spend more than a dollar every time you walk out of your house. 365.00 looks good to some of you right, 730.00 looks better right? It’s all from a measly dollar you didn’t let a hole burn in your pocket to spend it but used it as a way to change your mindset. I bet if you had 1,460 in your possession now which is 4 years of saving a dollar, I bet you would be happy you have it.
The mindset has to be the first thing you are determined to change. You know you cannot save one dime and go to the consumer credit counseling service to help you, they cannot even help you. Do the simple math and follow a principle that is fast and simple. Think about the power of the Dollar Principle. It’s just that simple do it and see.
Dr. La-Renda Jones