Almost half of Americans (47%) don’t have 400 dollars saved! Are you kidding me? If this pertains to you you have too learn how to stack your money. No matter what you are set to do with your life stacking money is vital to your financial future. You probably want to be a rapper, actor, real estate investor, business owner or etc., well guess what buddy?? You have to stack your money up!
According to a 2017 GoBankRates survey., more than half of Americans (57 percent) have less than $1,000 in their savings accounts. In order to gain anything out here learning how to manage your income is heavily vital. Without the patience and knowledge of stacking your paper you will go broke every time. I’m not here to tell you what to do with your money, but I do like seeing individuals succeed.
In conclusion, we all need to know how to build wealth. Americans are somewhat behind because we are heavy consumers. We like the feeling of instant gratification. We would rather have it today than wait for tomorrow or years down the road. Get better with your finances or fall in line with the rest with your hands out waiting on everyone in congress to give you a so called “fair shot”.
“Stop killing time.” When it comes to life goals, I take my time very aggressively. I write down notes, think of ways to advance, and stay on track (focused). I try my best not to let my energy feed off of negatively or judgements from others. I closely examine what is important to me and my needs. I stay positive and connect the dots to every situation I am faced upon. I simply treat my time as a reminder that it could possible slip away from me, so I hold on close to it. Also, I know one day life could end for me at any moment. That’s why I repeatedly continue to put my vision and how I think life should go into the Atmosphere. I always make sure my character reflects my actions. I don’t have time to take my goals to the graveyard with millions of others who failed to fulfill the life they always wanted, because they were scared of how others may look at them.
Never think it is too late to start on your dream. Don’t procrastinate too much on yourself and your true worth. When feeling down I want you to grab a pin and jot down your visionary blueprint. Don’t let the majority of others that are around you get your down and tell you your vision is bologna. Keep your distance from stragglers that are against you and keep your head up.
Being successful at what you do isn’t going to be an easy task. Keep up the good faith and learn from your mistakes. You will to through rejection and turmoil, but keep at it before you give up on yourself eternally. See life isn’t here to like you and you should understand that at the lowest level possible. When heartaches come your way due to disappointments, remember that you are the one that dictates which direction you want to go. Live free and do you. We don’t have much time. Don’t waste it on other people’s thoughts.
When it comes to dreams, majority of us like to put them on pause. Maybe you had a child and had to hang it up. Probably the dream became so big and far away you lost hope and gave it up! On another note, you probably let so many people around you tell you that it wasn’t possible and you threw it away due to low self-esteem and lack of confidence.
When it comes to your dreams you shouldn’t automatically become sleepy, tired, nor disgruntled. When it comes to your dreams you shouldn’t just end up falling asleep without working on whatever it is that completes you as a individual. Dreams doesn’t require sleep feeling sorry for yourself for giving up. They require determination! They require a strong work ethic! They require DESIRE!
See many of us in America have gotten too relaxed. Oh, I’ll just go to sleep to run away from reality. Oh, I’ll just rest my eyes before I wake up to reality, where my life is really a living tragedy. Change you! In order to be great, you have to first change you. Before you claim that your surroundings suck or your life is terrible, you have to dig deep and find yourself. See if you could get up, make a difference, and stop acting like a B*tch!
When it comes to owing money, 1 thing I hate is lending money or asking for it. I see many people fall out over situations involving money, which lead me too always say no and also tell myself no when it comes to giving our or opening my mouth to ask for it. Witness killings, arguments, and bickering fights which lead me to just handle matters in my own hands when I got behind on bills or ran out of gas money for the week by finding alternatives until I received another pay check from my employer at the time.
Owing people back is the worse feeling in the world. Also, waiting on someone to pay me back and play games when I ask for it, is the worse feeling in the world. Almost feel as if I am being betrayed because I have no support when I need it back or ask for some extra help. That’s why I keep the door closed when it comes to asking others for money. I don’t want them to ask me and I don’t want to ask them. By keeping that door closed, it helped me never having to encounter situations where I couldn’t pay someone back or feel like I am being play by not receiving money when it was time for me to get me.
This is why I fight so hard to do right with money and enhance my financial Literacy through researching and building wealth. Asking someone for cash is something I would never do in my natural born life.
Growing up in the inner city it brought many struggles. One I could vividly think of is the many lack of opportunities that comes with living in poorer inner cities. Coming from these broke populated areas, drug dealers and rappers take over the lower income community. First thing we see when we cut the tv on are “gangsters” and that’s through rap videos, convicts, dropouts, and media display. It’s not just on tv, but even outside or inside of our homes. We just don’t see daddy putting on a suit!
See, coming from these poor areas we don’t see many black successful men inside of these communities, so we majority of the time follow the bad examples. You have to think many of us in these high criminalized poor areas don’t even see our own dads as successful, so now we lack that self-confidence even more. Lack of opportunities doesn’t just reopens the cycle it keeps it going in the inner poor communities.
In order to change the cycle we have build the community and make it stronger. That’s through reaching new limits such as higher education and self-education. Giving these young black boys something to be proud of. See we lack self esteem coming from these communities, due to no food in the fridge, dead end jobs, daddy not in the home, not having the best house/car on the block, and etc., so in order to turn it around we need to educate ourselves and learn how to build wealth.