Rena-Fi’s Renaissance constitutes this change. Our programs are designed not just to educate our subscribers on the academic how-tos of financial literacy, but also to facilitate their enlightened self-interest, intentional living, and future growth. We are embarking on a holistic approach to financial education, one that will empower individuals to make conscious choices for a better future.
Whether you have ADHD or have caved to the multitude of marketing influences around you daily, impulse spending is real. Oftentimes we don’t even realize much of our purchases are based on impulse instead of necessity.
Learn how to avoid making unnecessary purchases because Benjamin Franklin got it right, ‘Beware of the little expenses. A small leak will sink a big ship.’
When you think of a shark does your brain immediately start singing ‘Baby Shark’ or are you counting the days down to Shark Week on the Discovery Channel?
We bet you’ve probably never encountered the word shark in finances, but it’s a term you need to know!
Having knowledge about money can greatly impact our lives for the better. Don’t take it from us, here is documented research from reputable sources showing the positive effects financial literacy can have.
Anyone who lives with ADHD knows we’re dealing with an extra layer of complication when it comes to navigating life. Ignore that at your peril. ADHD management is a crucial factor in financial success. Think, “Know Thyself.”
With that, here are three concepts I hope you will find thought-provoking, and useful:
1) You can’t save your way to wealth.
Saving is crucial, yes. Living below your means is paramount. Plugging the leaks in your money situation is critical. But earning more is the only way to rapidly improve your stability quotient and accelerate your progress. Add to that, having more income is considerably more pleasant than living a life of ordering from the right-hand side of the menu.