How We Manage Our Resources – Part 1
We have finally completed the “Executive Administration” section, the first of eight departments in our “Family Plan“. We’re making doing life together our business. We plan to make every area successful. Now, we’re about to start discussing the section you’ve been waiting for…accounting and fiscal. We’re excited to begin talking about finances. Now’s the time you start asking as many questions as you desire and bring your friends along for the ride. Everyone can benefit from you participating in the posts for this section. Let’s begin.
Our secrets are now yours
In this post, Pamela and I have decided to share our secrets. These are the things we’ve learned from many failures. In fact we’ve experienced the biggest of all financial failures of any normal human-being (in America). That phrase “in America” is very important, because every citizen with a paying job is in the 30th percentile of the world’s most wealthiest people (>$10K annually). With that said, it’s sad that “normal” Americans know very little about how to handle their wealth. In fact, if you ask a “normal” American if they’re wealthy, they’d say “no” and that in itself shows you how we lack the knowledge of handling the wealth we’ve been blessed with.
Blessed and don’t know it?
[Going to the left.] “Blessed with”, yes, I said it. You’re blessed and most of us don’t know it. Most of us waste it and most of us abuse it. I can’t wait to the day you see our creator and you have to give account for what you did with what you have. I want to ‘so’ be right there, when God asks you what you did with all that money and you say what money. I hope His response is something like this. You were in the top 30% of the wealthiest people on earth and you have the nerve to say to me “what wealth”. I think you should be banished from Him presence. Now…say calm down Kerry. That’s why we’re giving you your own Family Plan.
Finances made complex
Finances gone wild!? Finances has been made complicated, so that you can be cheated out of your money. For example, why is it that people tell you what your “interests rates” are as opposed to telling you how much they are taking from every dollar you give? If the interest rate is 20%, that means you’re paying back $0.80 and paying your lender $0.20 for every dollar you pay. You’d think it would be clear. Not! The more complicated it is the better it is for you to be taken advantage of.
We’re giving you just a sample of what’s to come over the next several weeks. We discuss topics like giving, banking, budgeting, expenses, debt management, investments, savings and much more. Don’t let these terms scare you away. I promise to make it as simple as I know it. I’m not telling you that I know all the answers, but today we have…an answer and that gives us something to plan with.
Today is Friday!
We’ve begun the section on Accounting/Fiscal Department of your life-your business. What can you do differently so that your life-your business can be in the financial position you so desire? Leave a comment below or reply via email using the form below.