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Being a first time investor is an exciting time and you’ve made a good choice to take the steps to change your financial life. However, you can not blindly start investing or you’ll end up putting yourself in financial danger.
Tithing is and will always be controversial. There are always going to be people that question whether or not it is biblical. Just type in “tithe” or “tithing” and you’ll see the people for it and against it.
One of my values is Hope & Non Judgyness – I made up that word – which makes us different. We’re not here to judge, we’re here to inspire. We’ve had our money moron moments. When the listener says they went out over the weekend and financed a brand new model car for $25,000 and now they regret it, well, we have a teachable moment here, let’s figure out how to work it out.
Having a best-selling book means sitting down every single day and spending two hours on your writing. Being a famous speaker means crisscrossing the country to give 100 talks on your own dime. Getting rich means spending less than you earn and investing the difference.
I personally believe the biggest battlefield we can face in life is in our minds. I challenge you to think deep and hard on the story you tell yourself. As I’ve experienced in my life the story I tell myself affects my finances.