You have to do it anyway so have you actually thought about how you spend? What do you spend with? Where you spend from? When you spend? Where you spend?
These issues make a difference! If you earn $1000 where does it go? Likely to some bank account – but what type and which one? How is it deposited? What happens next? These issues also make a big difference!
If your buying day-to-day things and spending say $100 on groceries, gas, etc. how do you pay for those items? With what? When? Where?
If you’re buying something a little bigger say for $10,000 where and how and when are you paying for that item?
Now take it a step further and ask yourself the same questions for $100,000 or more? Remember the phrase, ‘how you do anything is how you do everything!’There are strategic systems, concepts, and practical steps to creating extra-ordinary efficiency within the context of your day-to-day earning and spending. It’s not what you think though. I mean, enough with the cut back your spending and focus on getting out of debt. When you learn how to spend you will also be learning how to earn. And because you have systems for managing earning and spending the debt and the savings and the bills can look after themselves.
Every time you go to pay for something you’re either reinforcing scarcity and lack, or abundance and blessing; it’s your choice! Strategic systems are much more than what sort of fees you have on your chequing account and what the interest rate is on your credit card are not the most important criteria in selecting, using and managing your financial systems.