Money can be used for good or for bad.
We spend so much time working for it, earning it, spending it, investing it and a lot more.
The thing is if you will not learn to manage your money they will manage you.
The Money is one of the Greatest WORRY.
The Money is the number one cause of Divorce according to studies.
The lesson is, Learn to Manage Money NOW if you want to live a Better Life.
Money Management is a very important area of your life. I hope you got it by now.
Be Smart, Sharp, Strategic, Resourceful with your money.
It means that you see the problem clearly. You know what need to be done. You figure out how to do it.
Let us learn today what NOT to do with your money.
1. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY!
Money as everything else is a Gift from God. You abuse your God if you Waste Money.
You do not have any savings? What did you do with all money?
Learn and change it NOW. Start the Learning process NOW how to keep your earned money.
2. DO NOT LOVE or LIVE FOR MONEY!
What is your Priority? What do you love more? It is for you to decide.
I Love my God above Anything and Anybody else.
God Provides me with Money, Job, Friends, Family, Love, Peace, Joy.
I mean do you work to have more money or to serve and help others with your money?
Are you ready to die for having more money or for Love of God?
3. DO NOT TRUST MONEY FOR YOUR SECURITY!
I do not care how much money you have. You can LOSE it anytime.
You may know by experience how it feels like when you LOSE your job = your source of Security!?
NEVER put your Security in something that can be taken from you. I mean in Money.
If you want Real Security in your life the center of your life should be built around something that can NEVER be taken from you.
There is only one thing that can NEVER be taken from you. It is God’s LOVE.
4. DO NOT EXPECT MONEY TO MAKE YOU HAPPY!
If you expect that Money will make you more happy, more secure, more satisfied than you are seriously misguided.
As my favorite Book says, ‘Whoever loves wealth will NEVER be satisfied with his income.’
Money should be a tool not a goal. I used to work hard for money but I NEVER had ENOUGH.
NOW from 2014 I do NOT work for money but I ALWAYS have ENOUGH for ALL my needs and I help others.