7 Myths to Financial Success

Who is Sandy MacKay?

I help Canadians achieve financial freedom through real estate.

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“What you think you become, What you feel you attract, What you imagine you create.” -Buddha

Your thoughts about money will create your financial future.

Building awareness around how the general population thinks about money is important to avoid becoming like the general public.

You don’t want to be like the general public when it comes to your finances. This is only becoming more and more important in life.

You can take control of your financial thoughts and habits.

Here’s 7 important financial myths to squash right now in your mind…

Myth #1:

Money is the root of all evil.


For the love of money is the root of all evil.

Myth #2:

Money can’t buy you happiness.


Money itself won’t buy you happiness, although nothing on its own will. Money can make things a whole lot happier though when utilized correctly.

Myth #3:

You have to have money to make money.


You need to know how money works. When you know how money works then you can acquire it no matter where you come from. Educate yourself.

Myth #4:

Success is a destination.


The moment you feel like you have success, is the moment you start losing it. Success is a never ending journey.

Myth #5:

Winning is not important.


Winning is important. Not as important as doing your best, however winning gives you momentum and confidence. Winning does make happiness more realistic and simple to achieve.

Myth #6:

Winning requires hustle and “grinding.”


Winning requires smarter action, not more action. Hustling too much will ultimately push people and success away from you. People cannot connect with someone who is always hustling and grinding. You aren’t present when you’re hustling. Hustle when appropriate, but be careful of making that your model to live by.

Myth #7:

It’s lonely at the top.


It can be a party up there. You will have lonely moments like everyone does, but being a great leader is about developing more leaders and bringing them up with you.

Audit the conversation you’re having in your head about money. It’s important.

Until next week! ✌🏻

– Sandy Mackay