For years, you’ve been telling yourself you’d stick to a budget, pay off your debts and free yourself from financial worry.<":w) Your Means. growth begins with a change in lifestyle. “Many people can be publicly successful and privately complete failures,” says T.D. Jakes, author of The Great Investment. “Many people spend hundreds of dollars on the latest imported suit and fine-skin shoes, only to struggle to scrape together the money needed to keep the lights from being cut off or the eviction notice from being delivered.” Living within or below your means, therefore, means taking an honest evaluation of your resources and living within the parameters of those financial boundaries.
Creating a f len overnight, but with time, discipline and a commitment to change, you can see the beginning of a wealthier you.