Do you like money? If so, continue reading!
Let's face it – to like money is normal for people from all walks of life. Like seems a polite way of describing what is more often a love.
Joining lotto pools at workplaces are part of welcoming a new member to the team. The weekly round to collect lotto money is as reliable as your paycheque. And each time, glimmering eyes fill the room, salivating at the possibility of never having to see each other again!
Why, exactly, is it so appealing to think of absurd amounts of money? Well, with money, you can do whatever you want. Whether you are still in school, starting your first job or a more senior employee, "the grind" is all too familiar. Being able to wake up each day without worrying about whether you will be able to afford next month's rent, that vacation you've been planning or retire early is a feeling very few of us have experienced.
This is the part where I tell you the one secret millionaires don't want you to find out, right? Wrong, I am not a millionaire myself. I don't have an MBA, either. Heck, I didn't even study finance or economics as a minor. So, is this a case of the blind leading the blind?
Maybe, but consider this – What you do with your money affects what happens with my money. Where you shop, what investments you make, the loans you take out, all eventually have an impact on my financial well-being. So, it is in my best interests to throw any seemingly sane ideas about money that I've conjured up in my 24 years out at the world in an attempt to better the global economy that we are all living in!
Big challenge? Sure, but here, at the start of my journey, and with passion for sharing knowledge of everything finance-related, just maybe, I can convince you to manage your money better. And start the largest blog-sourced lotto pool on the planet, of course.
If you are scrolling down to see where to enter your name for the lotto pool, then I think you should definitely continue reading.