JW’s Financial Coaching Podcast-The “Top 10 Money Sayings to Know” countdown #3

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Today’s show continues the Top 10 Money Sayings You Need to Know series.  Every Monday for the next 10 weeks we will count down a money saying that you need to know and explain why you need to put it into practice. Today’s #3 saying is “Start asking ‘How much’ instead of ‘How much a month.'”

The difference between asking yourself “How much?” instead of “How much a month” when making a purchase is not a trick question.  How you answer the question determines if you are going to use debt in your life or if you will turn away from using debt.  Asking “How much a month” is so common today in our culture that we don’t even ask ourselves “How much.”  But when you ask “How much” you experience a different mindset and eventually do better with money over the long-term.

In addition, you can vote on our Facebook Fan Page for what you think the #1 saying should be. The poll has the three sayings listed and you can vote then tune in to see if you agree with the #1 money saying!

The Top 10 Money Sayings to Know Countdown

#10 “Where your heart is, that is where your money is.”

#9 “Stop being a slave to money”

#8 “Money can work for you instead of you working for money”

#7 “Impulse buying doesn’t work as well as planning”

#6 “Don’t take advice from he said, I heard, everybody says”

#5 “Money is amoral”

#4 “Handling money is not about the math”

#3 “Start asking ‘How much’ instead of ‘How much a month'”

#2 TBA 6/27

#1 TBA 7/4

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