the elusive, often difficult mystery of acquiring, keeping, and continuing to produce enough money to be able to live the life of our choosing.
What is required is an understanding of the principles behind the Offense, Defense, and Playing Field of personal finance. With a basic understanding of these three areas, which are rarely taught together as a whole, anyone can learn to prosper, conserve, and multiply the fruits of his or her labor.
Money is a gift. It has a specific use. this means that you have a stewardship. You are to use your money for something that matters, for your family and beyond.
Never sacrifice principles for money or possessions. Be honest. Keep your integrity. Keep your priorities in the right order.
Put some money into preparing for a worst-case scenario. Don't be fanatical about this, but don't ignore it either.
Teach your children and youth the principles of financial fitness. Set the example for them. Mentoring them will help you as well as them.