What it really takes to become educated about money!(3)

This is the 3rd installment of a 5 part series on Financial Education. Before reading on you might like to read the introduction here.

Your level of financial education affects your quality of life significantly. Not knowing how money and finance works, how to deal with money, how to grow money with ease can affect your ability to provide for yourself and family.  The reason most people will never generate lots of money with ease is simply because they spend their lives working for money, rather than making a commitment to themselves and choosing to educate themselves about money and finance.

You have to commit to you before you can create change in your financial reality.

You also have to commit to you before you can become financially savvy and generate what you desire in life. Making a commitment to you is about the willingness to claim, own and acknowledge that you really are an infinite being with infinite choice and infinite possibilities.

So, would you consider the possibility of being an infinite being as an option? Would you be willing to give up the you that you have defined yourself as and embody and be the infinite you that you truly are?

Choosing to embody and be an infinite being is not about making yourself superior to others. It's about the awareness of who you truly are. By being the infinite being you are, you become the catalyst for a different possibility in life.

You cannot define infinite being. There is no definition of you. How many definitions of who, what, when, why, how you are and are not, do you have creating you as less than infinite?

As an infinite being you can choose to do or be anything – that’s what you’ve got to claim, own and acknowledge. Becoming financially savvy requires financial education, and financial education will open doors you never anticipated.

This blog is part 3 of a 5 part series on Financial Education created to inspire you to see your financial world in a different way and to make positive changes in your financial life.

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