Moving Up the Ladder of Life: Getting Your Money Straightened Out

Moving Up the Ladder of Life: Getting Your Money Straightened Out

You know what your desired lifestyle is, and you straightened out your business prospects to align with that goal. The next step to moving up the ladder of life is getting your money figured out. As for such a simple concept, it can be incredibly difficult for some people to try and handle as a  project.

Because money is tough as a holistic concept. You have to solidify your credit and income. You need to learn how to budget within your means. You need to find out different ways of minimizing to maximize. And if you’re lucky, you can eventually gain some stealth wealth.

Solidifying Credit and Income

At the core of your money issues, whether they’re successes and failures, you’re going to have the categories of credit and income. The more income you have, the more credit you can get. The more credit you get and use, the more responsible you appear to be in your financial portfolio. The idea is to increase your income as much as possible, and then use credit responsibly over the years so that you establish yourself as a person who can handle money. This is an absolutely crucial step to figuring out how to associate yourself with the climb up the social and financial ladder.

Learning How To Budget Within Your Means

If you never learn how to budget, you’re never going to get ahead in life. The equation is that simple. Even if you choose a standard of living that seems to make sense, if you can’t make your budget fit within those parameters, you’re either going to get hammered eventually through debt and inadequate financing, or you’re going to lose any social clout that you have. If you can’t figure out how to budget on your own, there are plenty of people and resources to help you.

Minimize To Maximize

There is a case to be made for minimizing to maximize. In other words, if you get rid of all the stuff you don’t need, it increases the value of what you have left over. This may not be so much on a literal value scale, but rather a relative one. If you take excellent care of one expensive pair of shoes, then that replaces a whole slew of cheap shoes. That’s the theory to stick behind.

Getting Stealth Wealth

A lesser-known concept for moving up in the ladder of life is the accumulation of stealth wealth. When you see people who look like they want to portray the fact that they have money, there’s an immediate disregard you have for them. It’s the people who have money that don’t show it off who get more respect, and find more enjoyment out of life. This is the category you want to join.

Robert Darnell

I’m Robert, the Grey Wanderer. After over 50 years in business, it was time for me to hang up my boots and enter the world of retirement. With so much time on my hands I decided to indulge in the two things I love most, writing and travel and so the Grey Wanderer was born.

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