This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions
for Life” comes from Hollis.
Hi Hollis and thanks for your great question.
Rule 1: Never spend without the willingness to do what’s necessary to cover what you are spending.
Sometimes spending and giving money is the catalyst to get you to become aware of opportunities around you right now that would allow you to make the money required to create the lifestyle that you want.
Rule 2: Always make financial decisions from a place of where you want to go rather than where you are right now.
If you consistently make decisions based on your “current reality”, your “current reality” will never change, because you’ll never have a need to change.
Therefore, make your decisions based on where you want to be, and then follow that decision with the commitment to do whatever is necessary to fulfill the commitment of the decision.
You see, there’s absolutely no reason for you to ever be ok with overdraft notices…the truth is, you have the ability to bring in whatever money you need to fulfill those commitments.
If you’re not bringing that money in it’s because you are resisting doing something.