People aren’t just born being good with money. They take the time to build good financial habits —and you can, too.
What usually makes the difference between someone who seems to manage money well and someone who consistently struggles?
It’s all about our good financial habits (or lack thereof).
Instead of feeling like you have to change who you are, or beating yourself up for what you feel are weaknesses or shortcomings, you can simply focus on building better money habits if you want to improve your financial situation.
Good financial habits do take time and effort to build, but it is possible to achieve — and today on the show, we’re outlining 5 specific ways that you can do just that.
Try some of these activities and exercises that can help you optimize your money management skills and level up your financial life.
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Further Reading & Resources from the Show
- Need some help saving more while spending less… without feeling deprived? Check out this episode of the show.
- Get our tips for avoiding distractions along the way to your financial goals.
- Not sure which good financial habits to focus on? These are the behaviors that will make you rich.
- Here’s more detail on some of the financial systems we use to do things like automate our money management.
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