Your Money Behaviours, Become Your Results!

April 20, 2013|By David Lester


Do you spend more than you plan to month after month even though you WANT to save, with all your heart?  Want to change?  Are you ready to change?   The trick is to not only change your will to save money, but also your behaviours.  That is the key to getting results.  Here are three quick money behaviours that will help you save more money.


1. Implement Financially Free Fridays!  Don’t spend any money on Friday and change your behaviour.    Drink company coffee, pack your lunch, play board games with the kids and don’t spend a dime.  Concentrating on not spending any money on Friday will effect your decisions on the other six days of the week.  Watch you your spending will decrease overall.


2. Go on a Cleanse!  Not only will this be good for you to detox for two weeks, it’ll get you into the habit of having to buy groceries and eat in.   It’ll set a positive behavior that makes you plan your meals and what you eat and drink when out with friends.  Eating out is one of the biggest costs that we all have to deal with.  It’ll slim down your waste line AND your spending. Win win. Here is an awesome site to help with the cleanse.  Healthy Delicious


3. Make Money Everyday!  Rich people are always trying to make money, each and every day.  Think how you can right now.  It can be as simple as rolling coins and depositing them, selling old comic books or antiques, or writing a blog and selling advertising space like me.  If you down time is used making money vs. spending money, your results will be positive.


Change your behaviours to support your money goals and they’ll bring you positive money results.  Take your first step today and you’ll be off to the money races!


Have an awesome week,

David Lester
About David Lester

David Lester is a best selling author and professional Financial Coach, helping people be better with their money. David has written a personal finance book that breaks with traditional attitudes towards finance and describes his own philosophy to money that he has gained through his personal and professional experiences. His philosophy on money applies to many areas of everyday life, including banking, investing, goal setting, shopping and entertainment.