Financial Integrity


Financial Integrity leads to financial independence which most of us want to attain someday. In his book “Your money and Your life” Joe Dominquez refers to financial independence as an experience of freedom at a psychological level. At this level, you are free from Guilt, Envy and Despair.  Financial integrity helps you realize that Money is not something that happens to you, its something you include in your life in a purposeful way. Thomas Henry Huxley says, the great end in life is not knowledge but action. You are where you are financially, because you choose to. Jack Canfield my mentor emphasizes the theory of EVENTS + RESPONSE = OUTCOME. Financial integrity cannot be determined by your circumstances. The quality of your life is not determined by what you earn but by what you do with what you earn.  To receive Financial Independence, you need self-discipline which is the most personal quality for assuring long-term success and the practice of good habits like saving and investing.You could start of by saving 5-10% of your income every month. The first steps are the hardest but it is said that the more you save and accumulate the more you attract into your life. Brian Tracy states that, the faster you move towards financial independence, the faster it moves towards you.The one thing that separates winners from losers is, winners take action. Poverty and lack of enough money don’t just happen to you.  Anthony Robbins the best selling Author of “Awakening the giant within” says, you don’t catch poverty, you create it like every other circumstance in your life, through your actions. People become wealthy because they decide to become wealthy, people are poor because they have not yet decided to become rich.  “Do you now realize you have the power to change your financial life by deciding to take action?”  Katherine Lungiwehttp://www.katherinelungiwe.com

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About klungiwe

Katherine Lungiwe is a Sales executive. One of my best quote is “If it’s going to be, it’s up to you”.

Posted on November 8, 2007, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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