Last Updated on Mar 13, 2020 by James W


Have you ever wondered what is the strategy every business man takes up in his life? We all know that most of them don’t own the capital from the first place, but they get to invest more and more as time goes by and as their investment start to pay off. Another idea of gathering enough capital to make an investment would be borrowing money – in a way that sooner or later, they would turn any debt off. These being said, there is no wonder why they are using their money so properly and so strategicly – make sure to stick with us and keep an eye onto the following lines to see which are the 3 money mistakes a business man would never do – the 3 you should not do either!


  1. Live On Less than you Earn

Our number one rule we caught from the business men we interfered with would be not spending more than you do. Actually, they all told us they tend to put half of their earnings aside, and this tip has been used by them from the very first point when they started out with no money. Even though it was hard and almost impossible to believe, most of them limited themselves in a bad way but the outcome really paid off!


  1. Learn to Manage your Banking

Believe it or not, any business man would check his credit card ballance 5-10 minutes per month. I would say per week, but since we are dealing with the type of person who does now own enough time to do whatever he wants to, making it through a month is an essential key. And on top of that, just let us think of how many credit accounts are there to be checked and verified… yes, a month would definitely do.

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  1. Only One Income? Not for a Business Man

Now, another interesting and important aspect in here when tackling a business man would be the idea that he does not feel sattisfyed with only one income. He is constantly looking for more business to open, more ways to attract income, mostly because he would say the more, the better! And it is totally understandable, since a business is always risky and you never know what it might happen to one of them. And, let’s be serious – who would say no to a better and more income?


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