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GOOD MONEY WORD WEEK 26—PROSPERITY

PROSPERITY…the condition of being successful or thriving. You must have a dream for you dream to come true; so, dream. Then take the first step, no matter how small toward that dream. See you next week!

GOOD MONEY WORD WEEK 25—IDEA

IDEA…a thought, plan, or suggestion about what to do: an opinion or belief. Napoleon Hill said, “Ideas are the beginning points of all fortunes.” The Easy Money Management Plan outlined in my book is the beginning point of good money management skills. This is because before you can move forward, you must first begin to move. See you next week!

GOOD MONEY WORD WEEK 24—VISION

GOOD MONEY WORD WEEK 24—VISION…something that you imagine: a picture that you see in your mind. How do you see your money? If I gave three people $100, one would see some money to be spent, one would see some money to be saved, and one would see money to be invested. What would you see? Remember, the vision you have for your money is more important than the money you have. See you next week!

GOOD MONEY WORD WEEK 23—VACATION

GOOD MONEY WORD WEEK 23—VACATION…a period of time that a person spends away from home, school, or business usually in order to relax or travel. So long as you prepare for it and can pay it; time spent relaxing either alone or with family and friends is a great investment in your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual wealth. See you next week!

GOOD MONEY WORD WEEK 22—ACTIONS

ACTIONS…the accomplishment of a thing usually over a period, in stages, or with the possibility of repetition. In my book, I list four things that will help or hinder you from getting the things you want. The fourth is “the actions you take.” If ten birds are sitting on a fence and one decides to fly away how many birds are left on the fence? Ten, because deciding to fly is not the same as spreading your wings and soaring. When it comes to your money, don not just decide what to do, take action and do it. See you next week!

GOOD MONEY WORD WEEK 21—DECISIONS

GOOD MONEY WORD WEEK 21—DECISION…a choice that you make about something after thinking about it. In my book, I list four things that will help or hinder you from getting the things you want. The third is “the decisions you make.” If two people decide to go from Miami, Florida, to Atlanta, Georgia, and one starts walking north, while the other hops in a fire engine red Camaro and speeds south. Three hours later, not only will the driver in the Camaro be farther from Atlanta, if the driver doesn’t hit the brakes, the car will end up in the Atlantic Ocean; while the person walking will be three hours closer to Atlanta. The moral of the story is, if you decided to go the wrong way, it doesn’t matter how fast you go, you are just getting where you do not want to be faster. See you next week!