Calling Out Financial Myths
A a lot of misconceptions exist when finances are the subject of discussion. Looking at these myths surrounding finances with a clear mind, common sense and open eyes sheds away all these misconceptions. They are revealed to be nothing but lies people tell themselves and each other when they are not able to live a life filled with joy and wealth. For you to break the shackles of poverty and attain financial independence, you need to stop trusting these falsehoods.
There is the belief that having a lot of money will make you a bad person. We can see who you truly are inside, when you get rich. When people acquire money, their true selves emerge. Those who are selfish will have that trait displayed. On the other hand, those who were used to sharing will continue with that habit.
There is one that claims money is not everything. This means that the life one lives is not determined by money. The truth reveals that those who hold this belief are simply poor and are living in denial. Access to money influences the quality of your life. Your access to wealth is seen in the details of your life.
Another the myth is that money makes you less spiritual. Money will only enable you to endeavor to change people’s lives for the better, and do what you believe God intended you do. It is not wrong to say that wealthy people are very spiritual. After acquiring wealth, you will automatically focus on attaining the higher goals in the pyramid of man’s needs and ambitions. Those who have a lot of money know it is an instrument for accomplishing much bigger goals.
Some people believe the rich worship their money. It turns out that those who do not have much of it are the ones who worship money. They will work tirelessly to earn it while sacrificing their health and family. The rich are beyond this trap, and are free to focus on bigger goals and truly rewarding objectives.
It is wrong to assume that when you make more money, other people are left with less of it. What is true is that having more money gives you the chance to make other people earn theirs. The the product of wealth is more wealth. When the rich invest their wealth; there is a creation of opportunities for people to earn a living.
And the final myth that says money is the root of all evil couldn’t be more wrong. The root of evil is lack of money. This saying goes to show what evil things happen where there is no money, like murder, theft, and lies.
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