7 Useful Attitudes to Eliminate Debts - A Survival Guide to Debt

Why do we see our financial obligations as a major obstacle? We tell you how to change the way you look at them. In this post, you will lear...

Why do we see our financial obligations as a major obstacle? We tell you how to change the way you look at them. In this post, you will learn how to survive any kinds of debt.

Many people have weird attitudes about money.

A few days ago I was buying a suit when the opportunity arose to talk to the saleswoman. She was an incredibly intelligent girl until she started talking about finances. 

"I do not know how there are people who eat out every day. It's too expensive. I can only do it from time to time, but not always. I'd rather bring my food." After watching her, I asked, "Why do you say it's too expensive?"

7 Useful Attitudes to Eliminate Debts - A Survival Guide to Debt

She went on to say that she had several student loan debts that would not allow her to do anything. He then mentioned that he had to support his three children.

I can understand your problem because last year I finished paying what I owed to my university studies (50 thousand dollars) and my credit cards (another 50 thousand dollars). I did not get a chance to tell you what I'm going to tell you right now:

You can not make money if you do not think correctly about your financial commitments.

If you spend it thinking about debts, you will only attract them. However, if you concentrate on wealth, you will call it. In short, you must stop living to pay what you owe and start working on building heritage.

Let me explain this concept to you a little more: when you think about your debts, you let your brain down in an attitude of despair. Then you start working long hours (which does not necessarily mean working smart) and planning in the short term.

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On the other side of the spectrum of debt is financial well-being. Of course, earning money is a more positive experience than dealing with endless debts. When you focus your brain on generating heritage, you direct it to thoughts of prosperity and power.

It is not about ignoring your debts, but about changing your attitude so as not to be frustrated with them.

Worried about debt? Change your attitudes to eliminate financial crisis. 

Here are seven quick tips to start changing your perspective on debts.

1. Think of wealth, not of debts. 

If you are going to spend much of your time thinking about money, why not do it positively? Planning to make money leads you to become more creative while frustrating yourself with debts only extinguishes you.

2. Pay your debts earnestly. 

The next time you get a charge, cover it with pleasure. If you do it with annoyance you are admitting two things: 1) Money does not come easily, and 2) You are not enjoying getting out of debt.

3. Bless everything you have. 

Appreciating what you possess allows you to generate more. Basically, you're telling your brain "More of this, please." Make an inventory of everything you own and give thanks for it.

4. Stay away from people in "moral bankruptcy." 

There are hundreds of individuals who have thousands of tricks to achieve wealth. Stay away from these charlatans. The money comes with a constant effort and to meet the right people who can connect you with the right partners.

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5. Stop sharing debts. 

Thoughts have power and words as well. If you spend your time complaining about your debts to others, you will not attract people who can help you generate the income you need. Again, it is not about ignoring obligations but giving them their right weight in your life. 

6. Inspire yourself. 

Dare to ask for a test drive the car you want. Visit mansions, plan the vacation of your dreams. You'll start thinking, "How can I get this?"

7. Treat yourself. 

You can not live tied to your debts. It's not that you're going to spend all your money on gold forks, but buying something you want (smartly) from time to time will help your self-esteem, and this will, in turn, affect your bank account.

Do you know any other way to change the attitude we usually have with debts?

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