Day Two Action Tip: Examine how your value virtues and vices affect your money. What do I mean? Look at your own personal character. When you act virtuously, how does this affect your money. When you act from your vices, how does this affect your money?
If you were lying, how did you use money in that lie? Did you use money to help cover up your lie? If you were bragging, how did you use money? Did you buy something to brag about it? Did you buy something you really couldn’t afford and post it on Facebook to show off? Were you cheating on your spouse? How did that affect your money?
If you were gracious, how did you act with money? If you were being honest, how did you act with your money? If you were persistent, diligent, brave, courageous, chaste and hardworking, how did you act with your money?
Being more virtuous will lead to healthier money habits and make you wealthier. Take these 21 days and move your actions more toward virtuosity than vices and you will transform harmful money habits.
Live below your means for a richer life.