3 Money Saving Tips to Make You a Hit this Holiday Season

Live like a Millionaire Now ~ Timolin’s Teaching Corner

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The holiday season is here and advertisers love it! Many of us are still paying for last year’s holiday shopping. Today, I encourage you to spend this 2016 holiday season differently. I have been reminiscing about the “good old” days of growing up in Mississippi and what the holidays are like.

The reason for the season, if I might ponder is to get back to what matters most: old fashion pastimes like eating, talking and having fun. Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, and/or Kwanzaa, as each holiday has its own unique traditions; I bet they all have the following in common:   family, friends, music, and bonding through old school “chit-chatting.” At least, that’s the way it was in my Mississippi household and I would imagine most households for those of us growing up in the s—-ties.

However, knowing that some shopping will take place, here are a few tips to help you get through the holiday season with less stress and less spending:

  • Have a Potluck:   Mississippi families are famous for every adult household bringing a dish with very little coordination and arrangements. Because meat is generally the most expensive item, I highly recommend splitting the cost with several adults based on the number in attendance. Other attendees can bring vegetables, grains, desserts, etc. I recommend shopping at big bulk or warehouse stores to get the best prices on food.
  • Shop at off-brand or non-traditional stores for gifts:   I have discovered some of the best places to shop where gifts can be purchased well below market value. I have bought a designer purses, dresses, and novelty items  for $1.00 that are in excellent condition and my people love them. Go to New Fit World TV.com or You Tube, A New You with Timolin for the video called How to Enjoy the Holiday Season for details or write me if you would like more information immediately.
  • Lastly, use your special gifts or talents to make, bake, or create your gift. For example, if you are a seamstress, sew a gift, if you are a baker, bake a cake or if you are a writer, pen a poem or motivational words– either of these personalized gifts can warm the heart and deepen connections.

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Remember, the best gifts are sitting around the table, not on it, or under the tree. While we’re about to celebrate Thanksgiving, I think the entire holiday season is about being grateful, appreciative and thankful for the good that we have in our lives this holiday season and beyond. The way I see it, every day is a day of celebration. So let’s celebrate right now and the holiday season. Happy Holidays Everyone!   leaf wreath thanks

However you define success remember as always in closing, “Financial Success is not a gift; it is a habit!” Tell a friend.

  

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It is common in southern homes (perhaps in yours too) where families gather in a circle and say at least 1 thing for which we are grateful. Do that now, state 1 thing tor which you are thankful! Post on the site. Happy Holidays!

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Timolin’s new book Mind Over Money, How to Live like a Millionaire on any Budget is an inexpensive, but great way to reduce emotional overspending and be learn to be mindful and strategic when spending money to increase financial success. Learn how to limit emotional triggers that drain your financial wealth.

Contact me online!

Visit my Website:       NewFitWorldTV.com

Subscribe to my YouTube:       A New You with Timolin

Like my page on Facebook:     New FitWorldTV

Follow me on Twitter:         Timmietchr@NewFit World TV

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About the Author

Timolin shares financial tips to help you become a more effective money manager and live like a millionaire on any budget. She helps you find your financial purpose, spend strategically, and more to increase wealth and prosperity.

Timolin is available for television/radio interviews, public speaking, workshops/seminars, and other media relations. Check blog out weekly!

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THE ILLUSION OF LACK…and Money Tricks that causes us to easily fall

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The old saying “This deal is too good to pass up” is a financial echo that has been planted deep into the subconscious dwelling of the mind.

The belief that something must be purchased “right now” is just another illusion.

The Illusion of Lack… has extracted money from the pockets of many for decades. The “Hurry–Only 4 Left” trick, is used to give the illusion that something will not be available or that there is not enough to go around. Even the “Offer Expires Tonight” trick is used to give you a false sense of urgency before the offer expires. How often do you fall for that nice little “Thing-A-Ma-Jig?” You know, that cute, cuddly, little thing you will purchase, whether you need it, like it, or will ever use it?

Oh, how thoughtful of these department stores, setting up Christmas shopping opportunities in October so you “Emotional Over-Spenders” can have a jump start on your impulse buying.

Question? Have you ever purchased a gift that you had no idea who you would give it to? A gift soooo nice, it was just too cute to pass up? Yeah I know. These Clever Foxes use their neuro-marketing strategies to lure you into making premature decisions and emotional overspending. Their trick is to get you to purchase gifts before you’ve even associated it with a name on your Christmas list.

It never ceases to amaze me how we cannot commit to rising early for exercise, but will spring out of bed and put on a pair of sweats to run off to the  3:00 am Black Friday sale, to spend our Hard Earned Money. We will create a calculated strategy to “maze themselves” between aisles 3-4 of department stores, with a precise timeline moving from point A to point B and C. This same tenacity is all that’s needed to execute an “an action plan” to make money, save money and get out of financial debt. Mind Boggling! How about Paradigm Shifting!

Stop Getting Carried Away!

“If you don’t stand for something, you’ll fall for anything”, now is the time to take a stand and Become a Strategic Manager of Your Money! You are the CEO of your life!

The only jump start you really need this FALL is an early declaration to:

  • Stop FALLing for the “Buy 3 Get 1 Free”

  • Stop FALLing for the “Buy One Get One 50% Off”

  • Stop FALLing for the “Only 1 Left in Stock”

  • And Please Stop FALLing for the online “Offer Expires Tonight” trick… all these attempts are used to extract dollars from your wallet.

In chapter four of my book “Mind Over Money”, I talk about “The Emotional Pull On Your Money”.  Spending decisions made fast is what my Big Mama would call  shopping with “eyes closed wide and in a hurry decisions.” Without mindfulness during a purchase, one is most likely engaging in emotional overspending. However, a purchase based on a deliberate, “slow” approach to spending, can serve you well this fall. The art of “Slow” thinking involves logic and reason.

Since the distinction between “fast” and “slow” spending is so crucial to your progress in financial transformation, here are a few phrases you can recite to trigger a “new fit” when faced with the next neuro-marketing trick:

Phrase 1: I have enough! Yes, this right here is enough!

Phrase 2: This will do for now, thank you. Yes, what I have here will do.

Phrase 3: Discounts and bargains are everywhere! I will skip this one, and a new one will appear, yes they always do.

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This fall season and seasons to come, BE MINDFUL during your purchases, and use your new awareness to ward against making unhealthy “fast” spending decisions. BE IN CONTROL of where and how your money is spent, this form of control can increase your wealth, reduce your debt and your stress.

This fall, coin yourself a new phrase and feel free to share it with us below in the comment section.

However you define success remember as always in closing, “Financial Success is not a gift; it is a habit!” Tell a friend.

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Timolin’s new book Mind Over Money, How to Live like a Millionaire on any Budget is an inexpensive, but great way to reduce emotional overspending and be learn to be mindful and strategic when spending money to increase financial success. Learn how to limit emotional triggers that drain your financial wealth.

Contact me online!

Visit my Website:       NewFitWorldTV.com

Subscribe to my YouTube:       A New You with Timolin

Like my page on Facebook:     New FitWorldTV

Follow me on Twitter:         Timmietchr@NewFit World TV

Instagram:   TimolinLangin

About the Author

Timolin shares financial tips to help you become a more effective money manager and live like a millionaire on any budget. She helps you find your financial purpose, spend strategically, and more to increase wealth and prosperity.

Timolin is available for television/radio interviews, public speaking, workshops/seminars, and other media relations.

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FALLing into the Money ~ 2017 The Season of Harvest

Live like a Millionaire Now ~ Timolin’s Teaching Corner

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Many of us find fall to be the most productive time of year and so do salespeople. Autumn has rapidly fallen on us. Just yesterday, it seems we were ushering in the new year of 2016. In a blink of an eye, it will be 2017. In yester-years fall was more closely associated with harvest time; a time of reaping from our labor, perhaps seen most visibly when it comes to farming. Today, we think of fall in context to end of summer, a return to work, back to school advertising and back to business as usual.

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Autumn is also a major time of transition not just from season to season, but to the change in temperature from warm to cool. Fallen leaves in vibrant hues of red, yellow and orange color our ground. Of course, we can’t forget All Hallows’ Eve or Halloween.

Look around and not only do you see Halloween advertisements, but even now we are seeing Christmas ads as well. Yes, fall marks the beginning of advertising season — in full bloom. It is just October and we see Santa on his sleigh, just as the clowns and pumpkins find their way into stores. It is impossible to escape these old hallowed strategic emotional spending and overspending schemes.

I understand how tempting it is to shop, shop, shop in every season of life, but this autumn and holiday season I would like you to adorn yourself in a different array of color where you start to focus your thoughts on prosperity, i.e. to harbor on harvest time.

I caution us to be strategic in our purchases and mindful of how we spend our hard-earned dollars as advertising season starts to bloom…alongside the goblins and goons.

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If you are a working person of any age, you’ve been planting lots of seed called labor and tenacity. Like most working people, we are giving our all: blood, sweat, and tears toiling and traveling through various emotional, mental, and financial seasons of this thing called, our life. Be mindful of every dollar you give the goblins that make you holler………..ahhh. 🙂

I am here to tell you it’s your season to HARVEST! 

However you define success remember as always in closing, “Financial Success is not a gift; it is a habit!” Tell a friend.

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Timolin’s new book Mind Over Money, How to Live like a Millionaire on any Budget is an inexpensive, but great way to reduce emotional overspending and be learn to be mindful and strategic when spending money to increase financial success. Learn how to limit emotional triggers that drain your financial wealth.

Things to Come…2017 is going to be an exciting year, as our New Fit Family takes saving challenges together, shares strategic/savvy money tips, shop, and learns banking strategies to increase our financial fruit and live the life our dreams.

Stay tuned for …. Money, Money, Money, Money –Mon-day!… and more where we will have live discussions on any and all things related to money and money matters.

So as we fall into this new season of our lives, let’s begin our journey of reaping and harvesting together!

Contact me online!

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Subscribe to my YouTube:       A New You with Timolin

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Follow me on Twitter:         Timmietchr@NewFit World TV

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About the Author

Author of Mind Over Money, How to Live like a Millionaire on any Budget Timolin shares financial tips to help you become a more effective money manager and yes, live like a millionaire on YOUR budget.

Timolin is available for television/radio interviews, public speaking, workshops/seminars, and other media relations.

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FINANCIAL F.I.T.N.E.S.S. IN 2016: New Year, New You, New Fit

Live like a Millionaire Now ~ Timolin’s Teaching Corner

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As we leave 2015 behind, we make New Year’s resolutions to reflect what we want in this new season of life.

Most of us want to lose weight, exercise more, eat healthy and spend less/save more i.e. become more effective money managers, whether we live in the United States or abroad.

I believe success in our endeavors first require a shift in our language as we journey forward in 2016 and new years to come. After all, resolutions imply we inevitably learn from the old so we can embrace the new: new goals, new practices, and new habits that lead to a new fit or a new way of thinking about life in general, and our finances in particular.

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A new way of thinking about life.

 

Have you ever thought about a new fit with your money? Instead of resolutions, let’s use the terms goals or practices to describe our desires for FITNESS in 2016.

Let’s see what they look like through the acronym F.I.T.N.E.S.S.

FIT

The word “fit” suggests a high standard of being and doing. Whether we are talking about size, shape, or place, fit means being in the right position. Often, it’s associated with being healthy.

Financial fitness is no different. Money is an essential part of everyday life, yet we tend to set it apart from other aspects of life; as an entity unto itself. A new fit views money as integral to our whole life.

For example, we have 1 body though made up of many different parts: arms, legs, feet etc. When we shower, we don’t think of washing an individual body part, like the arm but instead we wash our entire body to remain clean and healthy.

Our money goals should be viewed in the same vein. We’ve got one life that integrates the physical, spiritual, mental, etc. of which finances play an equal part and performs a specific function like the arm or leg. The care and attention we give to the entire body determines the degree of our health and fitness. The same is true for financial fitness. It is simply one part of a whole.

Intensity

In this New Year we are going to do more than just make resolutions, but actually set financial goals and establish a plan or a strategic approach to achieve them. So whether your goal is to reduce or eliminate debt, increase your income, or travel to an exotic destination, now is the time to write the goal and “train” intensely as fitness demands.

The initial stages will be the most intense, as you are learning to build or increase your financial muscle. It gets easier after just a short period of practice and like strategic physical exercise; it only takes a few minutes per day to get good results. 8 to 10 minutes, 2 or 3 times a week for a period of 3 weeks of intense focus on abundance, strategic spending, and saving can yield strong financial fitness. Of course, you must continue your financial workouts regularly.

Tough

A worldwide look at how we manage our money makes clear that achieving our financial goals is going to require sheer mental and perhaps even emotional toughness. Without going into details, research reveals total global debt at $230 trillion. I say this not to scare you, but to let you know how mentally tough we must be to practice good money habits daily in 2016. Simple things like canceling unused subscriptions, reducing number of cable channels, and refusing to pay for things you don’t use, etc. take very little effort and will help you achieve big financial goals.

Necessary

The heart of financial fitness entails setting priorities based on what we really need versus what we want. In other words, we have to decide what is really necessary on our quest for financial fitness. What would you like to see in your financial life this year? Put your goals and strategic plan in writing. What are your stumbling blocks? What will you do to attain financial success? Are you financially organized? Go to New Fit World TV.com check out free video called Financial Organization and more to increase financial fitness in 2016.

Energy

Like physical fitness, financial fitness requires energy or stamina. I recall jogging for the first time and running out of steam before getting to the end of my very short block though I was excited and committed for the first few days of the New Year. I would’ve completely thrown in the towel were it not for my work out partner who had a similar goal. We encouraged one another when our energy levels decreased and when doubt, difficulty, and fatigue set in. After a few committed weeks, we eventually built up our stamina and completed the LA Marathon very close to our predicted time. Financial fitness is the same. There will be challenging moments and it helps to have someone to take the journey with you to keep you energized. New Fit World TV.com can help with your financial fitness goals.

Strong

Some of you may be asking, what is the difference between being strong and tough? Strong is what you become after being mentally and emotionally tough. After a few weeks of solid financial practices where strategic spending and other money management matters become habits, you start to see some financial muscle. Wow, your debt has decreased! Yes, your income has increased! Yes, I’ve got more money saved. In just 21 days (minimum time to create new habits) you will not only have created a budget, but hopefully you’ve got strategies in place to address spending triggers so you can actually complete your financial race. That my friend is what I mean by STRONG.

Success

Financial success is your reward. It could mean 3-6 months of an emergency fund, no debt, or bills paid, living below your means, etc. Success is yours to define, but at the end of the day it makes you feel empowered and ready to take on 2016 with a money bang or new fit.

However you define success remember as always in closing, “Financial Success is not a gift; it is a habit!” Tell a friend.

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Timolin’s new book Mind Over Money, How to Live like a Millionaire on any Budget is an inexpensive, but great way to reduce emotional overspending and be learn to be mindful and strategic when spending money to increase financial success. Learn how to limit emotional triggers that drain your financial wealth.

Contact me online!

Website:       NewFitWorldTV.com

YouTube:       A New You with Timmie the Teacher

Facebook:     New FitWorldTV

Twitter:         Timmietchr@NewFit World TV

Instagram:   TimolinLangin

 

About the Author

Timolin shares financial tips to help you become a more effective money manager and live like a millionaire on any budget. She helps you find your financial purpose, spend strategically, and more to increase wealth and prosperity.

Timolin is available for television/radio interviews, public speaking, workshops/seminars, and other media relations.

***You have permission to re-print this article on your own website, newsletter, or blog as long as you leave the full text, About the Author and Contact Information intact. In box and let me know.

From the Money Pit to the Money Palace, PART 2

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PART 2 (Continuing)

The Emotional Spender

 Here’s the million dollar question I feel so many overlook:

“If money is the root of all evil, then could emotional spending be the root of all financial distress?”

Rooted in this question and key to lasting financial solutions is the belief that our emotions act as formidable partners with our spending. How we feel about ourselves affects our ability to manage money and achieve financial success. It plays a major role in why we shop, shop, shop! Why we buy, buy, buy! Why we give, give, give!

Feelings of I am not enough, I don’t have enough, I don’t do enough rang out more loudly to the discerning ear than the actual desire for the stuff in the scenarios presented (in Part 1) and probably in many of our financial decisions as well. Emotion is the common denominator in our financial fraction.

Wrestling with feelings of “not enough” drive us far more deeply into the money pit, than we realize and “pep talks” or “reality checks” about money management alone do not lead us toward good financial stewardship.

Recognizing this common denominator and tweaking money habits strategically can take us from where we are to where we want to be far more quickly than we can imagine or think. I speak from experience, as I come from modest financial beginnings where my emotions have played a major role in my decisions.

Regardless of how money matters look for most people today, you are not far away from your financial palace.

How do I know? I believe certain truths are universal and for that reason, I venture to say, no matter where you live in the world the closest place to the palace is not another palace, but the pit. The pit is already on the palace grounds or premises, whereas palaces tend to be farther away from one another. Buckingham Palace and Windsor Palace are not within walking distance.

So you see the pit is not necessarily the worse place to be. Oftentimes, it is just under the palace, which means pits are closer to the palace than even other palaces. That’s good news Money Magnets, because it means you are already in the house. That’s right! Just take a few steps UP and forward and you’re in the palace.

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Photo from The Money Pit.

Like the photo suggests, it will take some digging or effort to get out, however with the proper tools, you can get there rather quickly and remain there permanently. I, the emotional money manager who have been in a few pits, will show you how a modest income, wielded with precision and purpose, can lead you to living like a millionaire on your current budget, and of course help you earn more. That’s why we are here.

This blog will show:

  • how to manage money effectively to get you to your palace and purpose
  • demonstrate how to shift from the old and come to a new way of thinking about money
  • show you how to wield money like a tool and live life to the full, while having FUN

If you practice certain tools you can realize a complete lifestyle change: from where you are to where you want to be, from where you live now to where you want to live, from what you currently do to what you were born to do, and who you are born to be.

Remember, fractions can be added or subtracted. Multiplied or divided. Today represents a new day where some of us will add and others multiply to yield prosperity, purpose, and profound FUN to the quality of our lives:   more wealth, increased income, inner calm, and good success in every area of life.

I understand the challenges and difficulties of money matters and want to come along and say “me, too” and “we are in this thing together.”

My aim for this weekly blog is to address these topics and your questions and concern. Share, post, forward, and ask questions so we can grow together. Some of you are quite savvy with money and I would love for you to share your wisdom and insight with me and the New Fit Family.

Feel free to respond or post, interact, agree, and even disagree with me. Share the articles and videos. We are a resource. Additionally, if you are interested in writing articles, then write to me at timolin@ NewFitworldTV.com.

New Fit wants to join you on your financial journey all over the world. The Internet makes it easy for us to share information, stories, and insight to help us all grow financially so we can live the life of our dreams. Pope Francis sums it up best when he says, “Life is very difficult. It’s difficult to walk alone…always walk hand-in-hand with someone who loves you.” The Internet helps us to do just that.

See you next week with a shorter post on how to have a great holiday season without going broke!

However you define success remember as always in closing, “Financial Success is not a gift; it is a habit!” Tell a friend.

 

HOMEWORK

In what ways am I making financial decisions based on emotion?

In what ways am I not?

What changes do I need to make to decrease emotional spending?

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Timolin’s new book Mind Over Money, How to Live like a Millionaire on any Budget is an inexpensive, but great way to reduce emotional overspending and be learn to be mindful and strategic when spending money to increase financial success. Learn how to limit emotional triggers that drain your financial wealth.

Contact me online!

Visit my Website:       NewFitWorldTV.com

Subscribe to my YouTube:       A New You with Timolin

Like my page on Facebook:     New FitWorldTV

Follow me on Twitter:         Timmietchr@NewFit World TV

Instagram:   TimolinLangin

 

About the Author

Author of Mind Over Money, How to Live like a Millionaire on any Budget Timolin shares financial tips to help you become a more effective money manager and yes, live like a millionaire on YOUR budget.

Timolin is available for television/radio interviews, public speaking, workshops/seminars, and other media relations.

***You have permission to re-print this article on your own website, newsletter, or blog as long as you leave the full text, About the Author and Contact Information intact. In box and let me know.

From the Money Pit to the Money Palace, PART 1

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PART 1

MONEY PROBLEMS:

School is about to start and the children need something to wear. I have just returned from a month’s vacation and the mortgage is due.

I thought my friend and I were just getting together for tea; instead I have just bought a pair of expensive boots and a dress; two items I had not intended to buy.

My boyfriend and I broke up, and now I am pampering myself at the day spa frequented by the rich and famous.

My brother is asking for another loan, and he hasn’t paid the last 99 back. Now, his daughter needs a pair of shoes and she’s flashing those baby brown eyes at me.

Help! I work 60 hours a week and I still don’t have enough money to make ends meet! Yikes!

When was the last time you received a raise? Cost of housing, food, transportation, etc. keep going up, salaries stay the same and sometimes decrease! These scenarios describe what it is like to be in a financial pit!

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Photo from the Money Pit.

Working people everywhere can relate to one or more of the above scenarios. Many of us haven’t received a raise in years. The “powers that be” have asked us to take a pay cut to compensate for fiscal decisions made by the top brass, which make matters even worse.

A single mother of two says it feels like her money is buried deeply in this large hole in the ground and secretly wonders and often doubts, if she will ever be able to dig herself out. Money Pit! Money Pit!

A money pit indeed; this money pit describes many of our financial lives. It feels like our financial circumstances are getting bigger and plunging deeper into this massive hole that is expanding beyond our control or ability to fill or fix.

The Inner Spender

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Is there something within us, something that we can use or serve as an influence to dig ourselves out of this pit? Yes, on the surface, the financial problems cited above appear to be overwhelming and if I share statistics reflective of money matters of working people all over the world, your spirit would simply sink confirming what you may already think. One, there is no solution to our financial problem or two the answer is quite simple— MORE MONEY! MORE MONEY! MORE MONEY!

Financial gurus tell us to do the following and our money problems will be magically solved: no impulse shopping, stop keeping up with the Jones’ or Kardashians (by today’s standard), no more comparisons, live below your means etc., and you will have financial success.

We nod and say “Yes,” as we sit, listen, and then go back to our financial lives of “Not enough.” Alone, we still sit with our money woes and seek easy and lasting answers to this challenging, baffling, and overwhelming struggle with not just money but money matters; issues that impact how we manage our financial resources overall. The problems seem insurmountable.

Seeing Money Matters with New Eyes

However, these financial issues are not overwhelming; particularly when you have someone with whom you can walk and work through them with as a team. “Friend in my head” and author Lysa TerKeurst says, “Having issues isn’t the absence of victory in our lives. It might be the very call to action needed to get you started to victory.”

Looking at financial matters through a pair of new eyes; perhaps the eyes of a child and you quickly start to see perhaps there’s only one real “issue” or factor at financial play. The solution then or the answer to moving out of the financial pit into the financial palace permanently may lie in an elementary math concept that packs a powerful financial learning punch.

Let’s see how a simple concept of comparing fractions from grade school can be applied to real life money matters; and perhaps make us better money managers and higher financial achievers. What if having financial success was simply about first finding the common denominator? But, as you Money Magnets remember from grade school we can’t find the common denominator without first looking at the entire problem or question, including the numerator.

When comparing fractions, numerators are essential to the solution. The equation is how do we go from a financial pit to a financial palace and stay there permanently? Aren’t we all seeking answers to this question?

With this thought in mind, let’s look at the numerators from a two-fold money perspective: our choices and our influences. The things we desire. The factors that influence the things we desire. The factors vary and change often, as numerators so frequently do and oftentimes, change is by design. Numerators are powerful because they impact how we spend money, how we manage money, and how we use money to either propel us forward toward the palace or backward, deeper into the fiery pit.

The numerators of our life are our purchases, our pain, our desires, and our influences. All of the aforementioned involves our feelings. Regardless of our current trajectory or direction, we cannot add or subtract fractions without one crucial factor and that is the common denominator.

In an effort to share the common denominator, I ask a profound question in preparation for my upcoming book, my first contribution to a book and now my first official blog. I believe the answer to this question has a huge impact on our thoughts, feelings, and actions (TFA), which are factors that influence where we are now in our financial lives and will determine the depths of our next level financial success…

To Be Continued…

However you define success remember as always in closing, “Financial Success is not a gift; it is a habit!” Tell a friend.

timmie-book-cover

Timolin’s new book Mind Over Money, How to Live like a Millionaire on any Budget is an inexpensive, but great way to reduce emotional overspending and be learn to be mindful and strategic when spending money to increase financial success. Learn how to limit emotional triggers that drain your financial wealth.

Contact me online!

Visit my Website:       NewFitWorldTV.com

Subscribe to my YouTube:       A New You with Timolin

Like my page on Facebook:     New FitWorldTV

Follow me on Twitter:         Timmietchr@NewFit World TV

Instagram:   TimolinLangin

About the Author

Author of Mind Over Money, How to Live like a Millionaire on any Budget Timolin shares financial tips to help you become a more effective money manager and yes, live like a millionaire on YOUR budget.

Timolin is available for television/radio interviews, public speaking, workshops/seminars, and other media relations.

***You have permission to re-print this article on your own website, newsletter, or blog as long as you leave the full text, About the Author and Contact Information intact. In box and let me know.

WELCOME NEW FIT FAMILY

Live like a Millionaire Now ~ Timolin’s Teaching Corner

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Hello, welcome to our New Fit blog where we want to show you how to live like a Millionaire on any Budget! New Fit World TV wants to sow a seed of prosperity in the lives of working people all over the world.

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Timolin’s new book Mind Over Money, How to Live like a Millionaire on any Budget is an inexpensive, but great way to reduce emotional overspending and be learn to be mindful and strategic when spending money to increase financial success. Learn how to limit emotional triggers that drain your financial wealth.

Contact me online!

Visit my Website:       NewFitWorldTV.com

Subscribe to my YouTube:       A New You with Timolin

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Timolin shares financial tips to help you become a more effective money manager and live like a millionaire on any budget. She helps you find your financial purpose, spend strategically, and more to increase wealth and prosperity.

Timolin is available for television/radio interviews, public speaking, workshops/seminars, and other media relations.