Today money management is more confusing than ever before. And it’s getting harder. There are so many different options, mixed messages, conflicting points of view, and hidden agendas when it comes to the best thing to do with your money.
The truth is, there are no ‘good’ money choices. Any decision can be good for you, or bad for you.
What defines whether a money choice will be good for YOU depends on YOU. Where you’re at now, what’s important to you, and how your situation is likely to change over time.
There are a heap of ‘gurus’ in the personal finance space that spout on about the fact there is some magical pathway or formula that any person can follow to achieve money success.
This is good for media headlines, but the reality is that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to money success.
But while there isn’t one money pathway that works for everyone, there are some elements everyone needs to get right to have any chance of money success.
I’ve put together a quick video stepping you these elements and how to get them right here.
Like anything important, the first step is always the hardest – but the results are worth it.
PS: If you want to make your first step a little easier and kickstart your pathway to money success, check out our upcoming money education workshops. In the sessions you’ll learn the key questions you need to ask and answer to figure out what makes a money choice that will be right for YOU. Check out the details on our events page.
Ben Nash is a financial adviser and founder of Pivot Wealth, and the Author of the Amazon Best Selling Money Guide, Get Unstuck.
There are no ‘good’ money choices. And you’ve probably noticed how the time keeps passing but you don’t really seem to make much progress getting ahead. And if you don’t know the rules of the game, mistakes to avoid, or the steps you need to take, taking action and getting started is SUPER SCARY. In this free eBook, we cover the five simple steps to ‘adulting’ with money and how to set up your finances to squeeze more out of your income, savings, and investments.
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