The world’s economy revolves around It.
Everyone loves It.
The rich want more of It.
The poor chases after It.
Reality is, Money is an integral part of our life.
However, to put it in perspective, Money is useful only when it’s serving us as a tool.
Money is not the most important thing in life but when properly utilised, it can do a lot of good to the people around you.
You know it resonates with you, that’s right!
1. Reflect Your Values: What values are important to you when it comes to money? What does having money do for you? What would happen if you didn’t have money?
This helps you to have clarity in your relationship with money.
2. Review Your Statements: This includes credit card statements, phone/internet/data plan statements etc. Take a look at the statements critically and research whether you are able to make any changes to get the best deal, e.g. utilizing corporate plan discounts.
Act on It
Reflect on your values.
Review your monthly statements.