Do you ever realize how much mental tax you are paying for too much of the investment stress being taken?
Investing is a skill blossoming from a disciplined- hard working mind. But do you ever realize how much mental tax you are paying for too much of the investment stress being taken?
We all are living for a better life, a peaceful living. It shouldn’t be spoiled at the cost of money making ventures. Likewise investing. No doubt upon that we need investments to fight inflation, to meet unexpected expenses and so on. But what’s the use if you are paying too much mental tax for the stress behind investments?
You don’t have to save all your money all the time.
Desiring Money is okay..but if you are worrying too much about saving so much money how will you have a whole day free to enjoy lunch, coffee, nap.. (Check this “I just don’t have enough time” – A big white lie)
Be wealthy and healthy, but not greedy. Physical fitness must be one of the top priorities too
You don’t have to save all your money. Just chill and relax too. Saving money should not be at the cost of enjoying life moments.
Plant the right seeds at the right time without getting stressed. For this you need to have economical awareness since childhood.
If the right seeds are planted, not just money but love and peace also will grow on those investment trees.
Invest in assets and enjoy the power of compounding! If you are into trading have a look at this post Trading: Top 6 sectors to consider in the Post Pandemic world.
Do you know what’s the biggest mistake made by people in their journey of economic independence?
The biggest mistake made by people in their journey of economic independence is being absent in the now moments by living for the future.
While using your time to acquire money don’t go to the extremes that you exchange almost all your time for money. Don’t be too extreme with your saving strategies. Make it balanced.
Living for the future or the so called “saving” should not deprive yourself from the present.
Money is power, power to live in your own ways. Use it wisely or else you will have to pay too much mental tax.
Invest in yourself first, rest will follow.
I never will cling to money, not because I fall in any privileged category. But money never attracts me. But professionally being into quantitative data management, I love analyzing charts and patterns. The very reason why I’m into trading.(So Are you a Trader or an Investor?) And yes of course it gives me returns too without making me stressed. Do you wish to check this article on Stock market and friendship stories
Chasing passion is more fruitful than chasing money; a great lesson I learnt and truly experienced in my life.
I don’t want to spoil the fun of life with extreme investing strategies.
I don’t want to regret later that I didn’t do a lot of things I wished for as well as I couldn’t say no to work that I don’t want to do.
Make your child disciplined and financially literate
I know people who spent their whole young life investing thereby making their family economically stable. Of course driven by hard work and discipline. But looking back, did they really enjoy life..? I don’t know. Maybe working for the family was their enjoyment.
Whatever, give a thought on this while running too much behind money.
Financial awareness and economical independence is a must for each and every individual irrespective of the gender. In my opinion, it’s something which must be compulsorily added to the curriculum also as kids at their younger age itself must have some financial awareness. At least they must be in a position to understand the financial background of their family.
Make your child disciplined and financially literate. Let him invest for himself.
And ensure that you are not missing out the now moment while striving hard for tomorrow. Read How to live in the moment by engaging your senses
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Originally published at http://qualitynotion.com ( one of my blogs) on February 8, 2022.