What Is The Importance Of Invest

by Vitor Ferreira on

in Personal Development

What Invest Means To People?



What people think of when you mention the word invest?

It means putting your money on insurance, investment funds, the stock market or high yield investments?


Has some even shiver when they hear the word, often claiming they have no money to invest or feel that it is a very complicated subject even to discuss.


  •     Why Invest in yourself

The most important rule is No.1 and “Invest in yourself” – if you do not, who will?


Your parents will only invest in their education only until you leave college. But that’s just the basic necessities provided, and not teach him important lessons about financial education.


You depend on colleges and universities to teach you how to make money?

Most colleges only teach skills so that you can make money working for other people.


How about business school? Honestly, if these business professors are experts in business, why do they still lectures there instead of making a fortune in business ventures?


But does your boss teach you how to succeed in business, so that one day, you will be in your position?


You and only you have to be proactive enough to take on this responsibility


You see, when you invest in yourself, it means taking on the importance of educating yourself. Education not on academic or technical sense, although the necessary skills to be developed in life. Our education does not stop in college.


For most working adults, education enters a phase delay after they leave college.



They stop learning and therefore they stop growing. They only grow sideways from overeating pizza or take-out during the busy lunch breaks.


If you are driving from Boston to New York with the map wrong way, you will not reach your destination, no matter how fast you drive your car (hard work)!


You can work more, but you would only get to the wrong destination faster!

And you can have the best attitude in the world or a more positive mindset, yet you will not get to New York (although the trip would not bother you, because you’re feeling positive about it)


First, You Should Invest In Your Financial IQ.

Having a good financial IQ is not about saving tons of money and dump them in mutual funds.

He is developing a healthy relationship and money building a wealth of resources that will generate money.


    What it takes to develop your financial IQ?


Delayed gratification is one of the most important aspects to developing your financial IQ. Take this as a hypothetical example.


Would you pay for a liter of milk or a cow?


If you buy milk that is consumed and over. You have to buy the milk and again when it is finished.

Even if milk costs less than a cow, in the long run, you’ll still be buying milk and again.


Now if a cow was costing 50 times more than milk, you can pay through your nose when you buy the cow, but after 50 liters worth of milk from the cow, you would break even on their investment and saving more money future.

And with that, in fact, the cow can give birth to two or more calves and you could sell one of them and you Profit!


It’s the idea?


Everyone is able to create wealth.

When you take a hit of old car and give it an overhaul, paint it with a new coat of paint, and change a few more pieces to make it start running again, you could sell the car for more money than if it was just a knock on the old car.

You have created wealth in the process!

It’s the same principle for leaders, computer programmers and craftsmen. The sum of the set is greater than the parts.

All we are able to create wealth, even off the air and that is the first step to getting our creative juices flowing.


The value of anything is determined by supply and demand.


You need not be a major in economics to understand this. Money is just an idea.

The true measure of money are not the pennies or dollars it represents.


If you have developed a product that people want, they would pay more to you than usual?

Did you apply your skills in creating good assets?


Invest In Assets That Add Value For The Long Term.

Anything that brings more income is an asset. Do not invest much in liabilities as cars or boats.


Are you willing to leave your comfort zone and pay the price for financial IQ or ignore the signs of the times and wait for your boss, the government and the bank to take care of you financially for the rest of his life, living below your means and never take risks to improve the future of your family? Invest


Have a fantastic day

Vitor Ferreira


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