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​Busting Australia's tall poppy syndrome, because you really can have your cake and eat it too

Thursday, 14th April 2016

It takes time to develop a money-making mindset - especially if you've been given mixed messages about wealth in the past.

You're expected to have ambition, then told to keep it quiet. You're warned not want too much, then promised you can have it all.

It's no wonder people get confused with how to form their intentions around money.

At some point, it helps to realise that that building financial security has nothing to do with the 'Greed is good' mentality of the 1980s. Independent wealth is about helping your loved ones now and into the future. It's about making sure there is enough to go around for everyone - and then some.

With a clear goal in mind, it's easier to set a clear path and keep moving forward.

Forget the actual investment property for a moment - it's just a vehicle for getting you where you want to go. Ask yourself where you want to be in the next five, 10 or more years and work from there. Write down your intentions and refer back to them on a regular basis - are the steps you're taking moving you in the right direction?

Until next time,

Christine



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