Investing is a way to make money! Saving takes time to pay off. The returns are higher if you invest your money in businesses and real estates and other investments. Investors look into the future. Have confidence, take and manage the risk. Investing requires responsibility.
Investing is a skill that can be learn. Study, learn, practice, correct the investing skills and grow.
Savers versus investors
Fear is one of the differences between savers and investors. Savers are living in fear. Investors have conquer the fear. Investors use their fears to take action and invest. Investors study, learn and practice investing. What fears are you dealing with? Do you let your fears stop you? Or do you take investing actions in spite of fears?
Use your fears as a great opportunity to feel your courage. Savers wait, do not take actions and they lose opportunities. It can be that you do not have the money to invest right now. This does not mean that your mind can not work on your ideas and find a solution despite the situation.
Conditions are never perfect, therefore start where you at. Invest your time and develop your ideas. Have an active investing mind. Look for opportunities.
Invest your time and money. What you do with your time is very important, because you can not regain lost time. Be careful with your time and invest it wisely. Focus your time and money on your financial education and investing. Attend seminars, listen to audiobooks and CD’ss, read business, finance and investing books.
Implement what you have learned is the key to investing success. Investing is risky for people who do not have financial education and investing experience. Learn as you go. Build experience and confidence. Winners do not think ‘I can not do that’, ‘Investing is too risky’.
Winners seek ways to do anything they want. They think ‘How can I do that’ or ‘How can I reduce my risk’ or ‘How can I affort it’. Love what you do, have patience and act in spite of fear. Invest!
Questions to ask when you invest
Here are some questions to aks yourself when you want to invest your money:
- How can I reduce investing risk and maximize my return?
- How do you find great investments?
- How do you know great deal from a bad deal?
- How do you find good advisors?
Keep studying, searching and learning. Keep asking yourself these questions you will keep getting better answers. There is always a better answer. Searching for new answers keeps you going.
Have the desire to learn more, do more and achieve more. Your account balance is a score. Keep learning, doing and achieving more. Keep measuring your progress.
Review how you spend your time
Where do you spend your time? Make a list how you spend your time. Hours spend exercising, working, eating, reading, getting ready, sleeping, hours spend with family and friends, hobby, getting educated and relaxing.
Spend 4 to 10 hours a week on your financial education. Make a commitment with yourself to financially educate yourself and do it. If you are committed to achieve your goals you do not accept excuses. You accept only results.
For your financial success!