Saving is the most important financial decision you will have to take if you really want to succeed as an entrepreneur. Like so many things in life, setting money aside as savings is a habit that needs to be developed. If you want to be financially free, you need to do what you can to encourage a savings habit.
The habit of saving must become a way of life for you, instead of some sort of burden.
Have you ever noticed that no matter how much you earn, you find a way to spend it? We all seem to have a way of living up to our means and some of us also find a way of living beyond our means.
Most of us find ourselves in the rat race no matter how hard we try to escape. Our financial cycle sounds like this: Work, get the money, spend the money, work. You have to move from just for money to a world where money works for you. You cannot achieve without making saving a habit.
In this article, I am going to share with you practical ways you can develop and build the habit of saving.
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(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis addressed a meeting of both houses of the US Congress on Thursday morning – another in a string of personal and historical firsts achieved during this visit to the United States – and delivered an address that was historic both for the mere fact of its delivery, and for its content.
Vatican Radio’s Christopher Altieri report:
To say the speech was “hard-hitting” would perhaps be misleading. At least, it would risk suggesting a trenchant tone to the Holy Father’s remarks, when the truth is that the speech neither reads nor was delivered with anything like truculence, or stridence, or even pugnacity. Nevertheless, the speech was most certainly forceful. Indeed, the address was in its essence a powerful word of encouragement – just as Pope Francis himself said it would be.
The Pope’s discourse was encouraging: it was also challenging.
Focused on four iconic figures from US history: the 16th and arguably greatest US President, Abraham Lincoln; the radical social activist and Servant of God, Dorothy Day; the Protestant preacher and civil rights leader, Martin Luther King, Jr.; Thomas Merton, the Trappist monk, author and spiritual adventurer; the speech essentially reminded legislators of their duty to respond to the basic political question, “How ought we order our lives together?” in light of a common commitment to pursue the good. “A good political leader, Pope Francis said, “is one who, with the interests of all in mind, seizes the moment in a spirit of openness and pragmatism.“ Continue reading Pope Francis Delivers An Historic Address To The US Congress