After my divorce I made a lot of bad decisions…financial, food, alcohol, relationships. I got myself in bad credit card debt. The journey towards financial success started with “No Money Weekends”. The kids were elementary school age and it turned weekends into creative opportunities to have fun and be mindful of financial choices.
Eventually I became financially free and clear, bought house, had success in health, relationships and professionally.
Today I have more money in the bank than I could have dreamed five years ago and am about to publish my first book, Fortune Cookie Leadership. My kids still tell the stories of “no money weekends” and it is still a lesson of creativity and appreciation for what we have today.
Thanks for this reminder Darren Hardy!