Today’s show continues the Top 10 Money Sayings You Need to Know series. Every Monday for the next 10 weeks we will count down a money saying that you need to know and explain why you need to put it into practice. Today’s #6 saying is ”Money is amoral.”
There is a movement in our culture today that says having or making money is bad. But money in itself is not good or bad, it is what you do with it that makes it good or bad. For further discussion on this topic please read the book “Thou Shall Prosper” by Rabbi Daniel Lapin. *
In addition I am encouraging everyone to check out Matt Wegner’s No Credit Cards for the month of June challenge. This, in my opinion, is a great opportunity for those who are thinking of stopping using credit cards to give it a try for a month. Even if you don’t think you can go the rest of the month paying for things with cash instead of using a credit card, why don’t you try it out for a week and see how it goes?
Also the podcast is going to start doing one weekly podcast instead of two a week starting in July. What day would you like the show to be released: Monday or Wednesday? If you have a preference please leave a comment below or let me know on the Facebook fan page.
The Top 10 Money Sayings to Know Countdown
#5 Money is amoral
#4 TBA 6/13
#3 TBA 6/20
#2 TBA 6/27
#1 TBA 7/4
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