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Kudos, you’ve made it to Day 2!
Today we’re taking the next step to improve your Savings Mindset.
To ditch a poverty mindset, it’s essential to immerse yourself in inspirational and positive financial information, and that’s exactly what you’re going to do today. I want you to read “The First Law of Gold” from one of my favorite financial books, The Richest Man in Babylon.
Each principle in this book by George Clason will completely change the way you view saving forever. The book is a quick read that will have you living a richer life before you know it!
Don’t worry. You’re not going to read the whole book today. I just want you to focus on, “The First Law of Gold”. It’s one paragraph; it’ll take you less than a minute. Afterward, reflect on “The First Law of Gold” and think about how you’ll apply it to your life. Then share how you will use it to foster a savings mindset with your accountability partners and in the comments below.
You can get a free PDF of The Richest Man in Babylon HERE.
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Again, after you’re finished reading, don’t forget to share what you’ve learned today with me in the comments, and with your accountability partners.
You can find me here:
Facebook: The Budgetnista
Forum: Savings Challenge Private Community (if you’re not already a member.)
Tiffany “The Budgetnista”
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