Brandy Speer, CFEI
Certified Financial Education Instructor
A Continuation in the Financial Capability Curriculum Series
ARE YOU FINANCIALLY FIT?
(Part 2 Debt elimination)
9 FUNDAMENTAL RULES THAT HAVE MADE MOST MILLIONAIRES
THEIR HARD-EARNED MONEY
HOW YOU CAN DEVELOP THESE HABITS YOURSELF
List of 9 Fundamental Rules…
In order to achieve and maintain financial success, it’s essential to understand the financial habits of successful people. We did some research on this topic, and here are some of the fundamental rules that have made most millionaires their hard-earned money and how you can develop these habits yourself.
- Earn to Invest, Don’t Earn to Spend
Most people work hard in order to pay off their credit cards and support their lifestyles. Wealthy people understand that their money is better off saved or invested to make more money, and increase their net worth.
- Have a Plan and Work the Plan
Self-made millionaires don’t normally become wealthy on accident. They are driven to become rich and formulate a plan to get them there over a lifetime of investing and accumulating wealth.
- Earn More Money
It sounds obvious, but wealthy people are constantly seeking ways to produce additional income streams in order to put more money to work for them.
- Understand Their Finances
Wealthy people are aware of their personal income statements, and know how much cash flow they have coming in and how much is going out.
- Risk Takers
Measured risk is a must in order to increase your net worth. Without taking some chances, your money never has an opportunity to grow. However, risk is never taken without an exit strategy and insurance to protect the downside.
Self-made millionaires did not become that way overnight. They understand the power of compound interest, and that consistent investments and savings will be rewarded.
- Great Team of Support
Wealthy people who stay wealthy surround themselves with financial and legal advisors that are the best in their field. They don’t go at it alone.
While self-made millionaires seek advice of their trusted advisers, they listen intently, do their homework and ultimately make the decisions. They are actively involved in creating their own wealth.
- Take ACTION!
Make it happen. Every day dong a slight-edge approach to getting control of your finances.
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Topic Questions for Follow-up and Review
- How do you move beyond the fear and the shame of your financial struggle?
How do you dig yourself out of debt and save money at the same time?
What is the first step in getting out of debt?
What is the first 3 steps in getting out of debt?
Why you should be investing in your retirement plan?
How to make the most of a retirement plan?
What is a retirement plan loan?
Does a retirement plan loan make sense for you?
What can motivate you to take action to get out of debt?
Why is it important to develop a written plan for controlling my cash flow?
What are the necessary steps to establish a budget toward getting out of debt?
Should I only make minimum payments on credit card debt
How can debt settlement save you money?
Are there reputable debt settlement and consolidation companies?
How do I deal with debt collectors?
Should I save or pay off debt?
Some Topic Sources
National Financial Educators Council (NFEC)
Accredited Debt Relief
Federal Trade Commission
Clear Point Debt Management Programs
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