“Everyone loves something for nothing… even if it costs everything.”
“When we try to get something for nothing (or next to nothing), we often end up with… NOTHING!” said Partners for Prosperity’s Kim Butler on this week’s Guide to Financial Peace Radio show. Everybody loves a deal, but it’s not such a deal when we sabotage ourselves with failed strategies.
We see the desire to get “something for nothing” in the gambling halls and lotteries. We see it with those who try crash diets and end up in worse shape than before. And we see it in the financial rabbits that people chase into holes that become difficult to dig their way out of, often led by media and advertisements that perpetuate “easy money” myths.
Have you fallen for a Something for Nothing myth? Here are some of the most common traps that snare investors and entrepreneurs: Continue reading