Find a Money Partner

     Have you ever tried something completely new, something you’ve never done? Maybe you tried learning a new language, tried a new sport or maybe even a new hobby. A long the way of your journey you think to yourself: If I had someone doing or trying this with me, this would be much easier? When it comes to money it’s just like that.

     When you are working for the first time on financial planning or even trying new financial endeavors, having a money partners is always helpful. Just like when you are starting to learn a new language, you can learn on your own. But if you have someone to practice it with, learning is much easier.  This is the same when it comes to money of financial planning.

     The best way I can think of to describe you how is sharing my experience. From a young age, I’ve always had a curiosity for investing in the stock market. I was fascinated by it, but never had the courage to try it out on my own. When I was around my 20’s I sat down with a friend and I shared the idea with him, to my surprise he had the same curiosity as well. This led to a sense of comfort for us both to try and experiment this new endeavor, because we had someone that we could rely on. This led us to becoming Money Partners. For the weeks following or conversation we sat down and researched the market on different topics and every time we got the chance meet up and discussed what we have learned. Until we finally felt comfortable to start investing in the market. To this day, he is still my Money Partner when it comes to investing and most of my financial endeavors. 

     I share with you this because if I didn’t have someone I could talk and discuss my desire to invest I wouldn’t have started as soon as I did. Having a person to talk about financial topics and ideas gives you an edge and comfort to try new things and expand your horizons.

     I invite you to find a Money Partner or create a Money Group, the more the better. Surround yourself with people that have the same financial ambition as you do. It will help you to keep yourself in line and in track to your financial goals. While giving you the opportunity to expand your financial knowledge and help other as well. 


Emanuelle Santiago“Always remember to have that KING mentality

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