Empower Your Mind to Financial Success
Financial knowledge combined with self-discipline is the key to achieving financial freedom.
Moneylogue.com was not created for an audience of financial experts, certified financial planners, gurus, finance professionals, or the like, but instead, I created this website for the general public. For people like you and me, the average Joe, who wish to learn more about the ways they can make and grow their money. This is for you.
All of the articles found here are constructed in such a way that is easily understandable to the general audience. Simple and easy comprehension is our primary focus.
- Do you have the experience and knowledge to make money?
- Do you have the proper mindset to execute that knowledge?
- How much do you have on your total savings?
- Do you have investments in stocks, real estate, and business?
- Is retiring early part of your plan?
Pardon me for being blunt, but your visit tells me a few things about you.
- You want to make more money (possibly to get into a business) to substantially increase your income.
- You want to get out of debt, or at least manage it twice as better.
- You need someone who can help you learn and navigate the right steps so that your money delivers greater returns.
- You don’t want to waste another minute worrying about your financial future.
Just like I was several years ago, a lot of people are stuck with their 9-to-5 jobs, and the amount of money they make from their regular salaries are just not enough for them to even start a personal savings program.
I remember sometime in the early 90’s that I came across an article about how to save money, which stated: “that it’s not about how much you make, but how much you save.”
This particular article made me believe that if I can get a decent paying job, all I have to do is set aside 10% of my income. I followed the advice and me, and my wife was able to buy our first home after three years.
Now comes the toughest part. All of a sudden we have a mortgage loan, minimal savings left in our bank account and oops…two kids. Things were getting tougher financially. Everything was going to the home mortgage and our daily family expenses.
Long story short, I decided to find ways on how I can make more money. I started to read books day in and day out on how to make money online. I also attended many seminars on internet marketing and advertising.
My philosophy was,
If I can learn the ins and outs of marketing, I should be able to market just about anything and become successful with it.
Easier said than done!
I realized that marketing knowledge is not enough. Making money is also about motivation, self-discipline, focus, and persistence. I may have all the information, but without self-discipline, I will never be successful. I will be lying if I won’t tell you that just like most people, I’ve had my personal share of struggles with self-discipline.
Empowering your mind to financial freedom
Getting motivated is easy. I can read success stories, listen to motivational tapes or watch inspirational and motivational videos on YouTube and I can get my spirits up again. But the toughest part is staying motivated? How can I stay motivated?
I started reading personal development books. A few of my favorites were “Your Erroneous Zone” by Wayne Dyer, “The Psychology of Winning” by Dennis Waitley, and “No Excuses” by Brian Tracy. I realized that I have to start from within. I needed to learn, and I needed the tools that I can use to keep me inspired and motivated.
Fast forward, I started making money with my online business, quit my 9-5 job and never look back.
Learning, investing and sharing
I started learning about ways in which I could invest our money. By reading many financial books, I started to grasp most of the critical concepts of investing.
I decided to construct Moneylogue.com by helping other people. I want to share with you what I’ve learned, that it is vital for you to know that with knowledge and self-discipline, it’s almost impossible not to succeed.
Moneylogue.com was intended with that purpose in mind.
Thanks for stopping by. Bookmark Moneylogue.com and come back tomorrow with a friend. I look forward to hearing from you.
Disclaimer: Please be informed that I am not a financial expert and do not claim to be one. The general information found on this site is for informational purposes only and should not be treated as advice. If you feel that you need financial advice, please seek help or assistance from a financial expert.
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