Struggle Street – 5 Strategies to Say Goodbye to Financial Insecurity for Good

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Whether you want to get out of debt or build generational wealth, this article is for you. We’re going to share five strategies that financially secure people use to maximize their wealth.  Read on for more. 

Start a business

To quote famous author and investor Robert Kiyosaki, “the first step to financial freedom is to transition from being an ‘employee’ to ‘self-employed.’” This throws you in the deep end with sales, marketing, and the skills needed to generate money on your own. Being self-employed also means there’s no limit to how much you can earn. 

Worried you don’t have enough capital to start a business? There are plenty of money loans that are perfect for ambitious self-starters like you. Just be sure to start small with a simple, profitable business idea. Do this, and you’ll be out of the rat-race and ready to enter the world of self-made financial security.  

Create a money management system

When most people make money, it goes straight into a single account. From there, they use it to pay expenses and if there’s anything left, they’ll either save or squander it. This is no way to treat money if you want financial freedom. 

Instead, diversify your earnings by putting your money into different accounts. For instance, you could deposit the first 10% of your earnings into an investment account that’ll help you generate more income. The second account is where you’ll put 30-40% of your income to cover your expenses. Depending on your system, the remaining percentage may go into other accounts like a “vacation fund.” A money management app can allow for a smoother transition to your new budgeting system.  

Change your beliefs about money

If you’ve read the book, Rich Dad, Poor Dad by famous author Robert Kiyosaki, then you know there’s a wide gap in mind-set between the rich and poor. Most poor people tend to hold limiting beliefs about money. This includes assumptions like, “you have to work hard for money,” “money doesn’t grow on trees,” or “money is the root of all evil.”

The truth is, money is neutral. The use determines the outcome. Rich people know that money is like a game. The more you educate yourself about the rules, the more equipped you are to become financially secure. Cultivate positive beliefs about money and watch your financial life take a positive turn.


While saving is important, investing allows you to grow your money exponentially over time. 

In fact, if you want to maximize your money once you start earning, then you should invest it in things like stocks, bonds, gold, silver, property, and even cryptocurrency. Just make sure to educate yourself and explore different options

Never stop learning

Another key to financial freedom is a commitment to lifelong learning and growth. This doesn’t mean going back to college. It could be as simple as reading one book a week or signing up for seminars, retreats, and online courses. The goal is to upgrade your knowledge and learn new skills so you remain relevant and valuable to the market.

Thanks to the internet, you can learn about pretty much anything for free! Prioritize knowledge related to financial literacy, business, marketing, money, and related fields. 

Some great books to start with include Multiple Streams of Income by Robert G. Allen and Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Rober Kiyosaki. 


We all know money gives you access to more options and a richer life experience. No matter how old or young you are, it’s never too late to reclaim your financial future and build a better life for yourself. 


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