6 Tiny Money Habits That Changed My Finances

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31 thoughts on “6 Tiny Money Habits That Changed My Finances”

    1. Financial books have been so helpful. I’m 54 and my wife 50 we are both retired with over $3 million in net worth and no debts. Currently living smart and frugal with our money. No longer putting blames on FED for our misfortunes. Saving and investing lifestyle in the stock market made it possible for us this early, even till now we earn weekly.

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  2. Building wealth from nothing involves consistent saving, disciplined spending, and strategic investments. Begin by creating a budget to track expenses and identify areas for savings. Prioritize paying off high-interest debt and establishing an emergency fund. As you build a foundation, start investing in low-cost options like index funds, and focus on continuous learning and improving your skills for better income opportunities.

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  3. i like your content but stuff like this and others make it feel impossible for me, someone thats 37, to even have a chance…
    also, a lot of your videos you talk about YOUR situation. which is fair. but id be willing to bet you make more than 40k/year…
    point being its a lot easier to save and invest when you have extra income..
    and yeah, i watched the how to save when youre broke videos too. its not really ever as easy as you make it seem. just saying.
    like your content but this one kinda got me

    1. That’s true it definitely takes a lot of work. However I was earning that and working two other jobs and it took me years to build a business that allowed me to make more money than I was making before. Don’t count yourself short the only difference between earning $40,000 a year and 80,000 a year is knowledge you can 100% do it

  4. There is no such thing as an ‘addictive personality’ take smoking for ex. In the 1940s, >80% of the population of Western countries were smokers-today < 25%. In Asian countries, almost complete opposite, from 30% to 60%. Are we to conclude in a few generations 4 times less of Westerners were born w/ an ‘addictive personality’, & 3 times more in Asian (Easterners) Of course not. But the term has been bandied about for so long by so many it’s just taken as fact, when in just this one example, clearly it’s not.

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