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Is debt inevitable?

August 19th, 2006 at 10:11 am

I think this must be a socio-economic issue perhaps. I think some people stop dreaming/pursuing better financial situations because they think that they are meant to be in a rut. They grew up poor and will die poor. They don't know any better.

But- Should that matter? Don't you want to be in a better financial situation? Not to say that you should try to "keep up with the Jones's" if it doesn't fit within your means.

Don't let your financial dreams die just because of what you're *used* to.

Positive thinking begets better opportunities & fortune. Motivation will take it to the next level- and hopefully to success.

1 Responses to “Is debt inevitable?”

  1. baselle Says:

    Money is more than just money - there is a heavy psychological and cultural aspect to it. Often your patterns about money are formed by family members, which is a big, big reason why frugal people should be forthright about their ways of saving and investing money at least to their own family members - little kids are watching and learning!

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