Investing like an ant is a concept that we may need to take to heart. There is no ultimate investment. Investments are comprised of different categories. Investing is a process of having a continuous, long-term focus.
We have seen over the past month, The Great Debt Ceiling Debate. No matter how you look at it; whether you are for or against it, you have to admit there were some pretty interesting discussion. I do believe that we are truly educated about the United States debt ceiling. Let me ask you a question. Can you raise your own debt ceiling anytime you like?
Finance is a tool that should benefit you. When the tool is used, it does wonderful things for your life. If you allow it to master you, it will bring pain, frustration, and disappointment. Mastering the tool of finances will bring you into the abundant life that God has prepared for you. Here are some questions from readers about kids and money, investments, and the “D” word – debt.
As the economy is coming out of the recession, you will begin to hear to change your habits. Change the way to spend, change the way that you save, change the way that you do things. The news will say it is okay for you to buy on credit, it is ok to compile more debt. I like to offer a simple solution. Resist the ploy.
What is prosperity? Prosperity does not mean riches. Prosperity means to succeed in reaching a particular goal in your life, to succeed in one's affairs, to become bountiful and cheerful. Prosperity cannot be just money. Prosperity is all encompassing in every aspect of life. Money is just a side effect of prosperity.