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Checkout these 10 Reasons Why Are You Still Poor and broke.

Do you ever feel as if you're poor and that your income isn't enough? You, like many others, should be aware that you are still impoverished, and the reason for this is "You." 

Yes, poverty is an attitude rather than a financial situation. So all you have to do now is shift your mentality! 

We've compiled a list of ten eye-opening reasons why you're still poor and what you can do about it. So, let's get started: 

Self-discipline is hampered by a lack of self-motivation. 

Our work is primarily driven by motivation. We'd rather stay in bed all day if we didn't have the motivation. 

As a result, consider the following questions: What inspires me to work? What do I enjoy about my job, and how can I stay motivated in life? If your motivation bucket runs dry, look for a way to refill it and continue to thrive. 


Inadequate support system 

Humans are not born alone, which is why you must seek out others who can serve as your support system. When you feel like giving up on life, your support system helps you see the bright side of things. 

You will become demotivated if you do not have a support system. It makes you believe that nothing you do in life is good enough. Finding a support system can be as simple as finding one friend or family member that is always there for you, no matter how difficult circumstances become. 

You'll discover reasons to improve your life and overcome your financial difficulties in order to make these individuals happy. 


Failure to set goals in life 

Going with the flow is one of the most common blunders we make in life. I disagree with the adage, "Only dead fish go with the flow, Be the Flow." Of course, you can't control everything in life, but you can control how you approach it. 

How can you strike a balance when everything seems to be falling apart around you? Set small goals and a timetable. Make an effort to attain them, and be proud of yourself when you do. Hey, you're not doing it for the sake of others; you're doing it for yourself. With this one easy formula, you are saving a lot of money. 


You're a big fan of "Comfort Zones." 

Don't we all enjoy being in our pajamas all day and procrastinating about life? All of these factors are preventing you from becoming successful and accomplishing your goals. 

"Life begins at the end of your comfort zone," said Neale Donald Walsch, and he was right. 

You'll be living in a gloomy cage longing for sunshine if you prefer comfort zones. You'll be leaping mountains if you get out of your comfort zone. 

Inadequate time management 

If you believe you never have enough time to do what you enjoy, reconsider your priorities. You will be able to complete your chores on time if you set your goals. 

As a result, set goals and maintain your concentration in life. Even the most well-known persons, such as Elon Musk, use a calendar to organize and manage their time. They understand that time is money, and that money does not appear. Remember, one of the best habits of successful leaders is time management! 


Adopting a Luxurious Way of Life 

If you live an opulent lifestyle. You will remain impoverished if you go the additional mile with useless items that you do not use. 

The wealthiest people, such as Mark Zuckerberg, wear the same t-shirt every day. He prefers to live a simple existence. Why? 

Because they know what it's like to be poor. To impress your pals, adopting a luxury lifestyle can only make you impoverished. 

So save money and you'll find that even if your friends don't, your savings will come in handy. 

Taking part in the "Blame Game" 

If you're in your early twenties, you'll most likely come up with reasons why you can't earn yet. If you are always blaming others for things not going your way, you will most likely remain impoverished for the rest of your life. 

Victim mentality is never beneficial to anyone. At this point, holding people responsible for your behavior is keeping you poor. 

Irresponsibility when it comes to spending 

You get your pocket money and your salary every month, but how much do you spend and save each month? 

If you are overspending your budget and do not have a long-term savings strategy in place. 

What is my recommendation? Keep track of your costs in a diary and stick to your vow not to go over budget. If you don't know how to utilize a journal, Google Sheets can help you keep track of your costs. 

Suffered from "Failure Syndrome" 

If you are addicted to your comfort zones, you are suffering from the ‘Failure Syndrome.' It isn't an illness, no. 

However, remaining in it indefinitely and whining about why you're still impoverished is worse than the condition itself. 

Failures are a part of the learning process, and it's normal to be terrified of them. Failures are essential for success! 

In life, you must take "calculated risks." You should think twice about not failing at all. 

Following that, you would discover yourself no longer being impoverished in life. 

Having to rely on a single source of income 

We often make the mistake in life of thinking that one job is sufficient and that we can only rely on one source of money. To establish a new source of income, you must first figure out what you excel at. Go forth and put the mantra of discovering opportunities in the abilities you've gained into practice. 

You now understand that every learned skill is a potential source of future income and progress. You'll now be able to break free from the poor syndrome. Forever and ever. See one of Warren Buffett's golden quotes; 

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