Do you want to save money?

Do you know how to do it? If yes, that is great but it won't work unless you can answer these four questions;

1. Do you notice new opportunities about how to save money?
2. Why do you save money?
3. For whom you save money for?
4. Can you make your decisions consciously?

There are various ways and tips for saving money but none of them can work efficiently unless you know "why" you want to save money and "who" you want to save money for.

1. HOW?

You search for the tips about saving money. I'm not going to give you ideas about that. All I'm trying is to give you a different perspective about your failure.

You make a decision about the way to save money; according to your income, expenses, life style and etc. You know the exact way which can work for you or at least which you can work on. You succeeded about some of them but at the end you don't have enough money saved.

When you stick to the way you decided to save money, it's like you have blinders on. You miss some opportunities to save money. You spend more than you saved in a different occasion because it is not on your list of where to save.

You decide to buy your clothes on sale but you cannot resist a new cell phone. Or you decide to limit eating out but you cannot give up your favorite wine at dinner. Because cell phone and wine are not on your list of saving.

2. WHY?

Do you really have an exact goal which forces you to save money or you just save money for urgency?

Your reason of saving money must be clear. It should be something you really desire.

Setting up specific goals makes them stronger. Which one of the below reasons do you think are stronger?

* Saving for retirement - saving for hobbies - saving for your dream house
* Saving for children - saving for their education - saving for a specific college

If your "why" is strong enough, than "how" will follow. This is the most common mistake people do when trying to save money. You can never be sure about "how" but you can always be sure about "why".

* "Why" is under your control. "How" always depends on someone or something.

* "Why" is more stable. "How" can be changed anytime

There can always be an "I need cash now!" moment and you can't stand it for too long if you are saving money for urgency. At the moment anything can be urgent for you and you can lose your savings.

*Source: University of Florida

*Researchers: Julia Belyavsky Bayuk, Chris Janiszewski, Robyn LeBoeuf

3. WHO?

It's always easier to sacrifice yourself for your loved ones. You can give up your needs for your children, spouse, parents or best friends. But, do you sacrifice yourself for a stranger?

Some people have problems with connecting to their future selves.

* If you think that your future self, will be different than you; who have different opportunities, social and economic conditions, than you cannot connect to your future self. You make your future self a stranger who is better than you and who can deal with everything in the future without your help now. At the end, you don't want to sacrifice your present needs for the one you'll be in the future, unconsciously.
* If you think that your future self, will be only older and wiser than you, than you can connect to your future self easily. Don't you think saving money for your future self who is wiser than you is a good idea?

*Source: University of Chicago

*Researcher: Daniel M.Bartels,Oleg Urminsky

4. Unconscious Decisions

People make a decision unconsciously without even they think about it consciously. There is only a little time delay between your unconscious decision and action. Just knowing that your decisions can be in control of your subconscious mind can force you to reconsider about your decisions about saving money.

Your subconscious mind is full of your past experiences, habits, how and where you were brought up, your social environment, religious beliefs and much more. Your past is all recorded in your subconscious mind and you cannot easily delete or change it.

Imagine that you always had enough money for whatever you need. You neither have to worry about money nor saved any. Do you think your subconscious mind will change if your economic condition changes. Unless you make your decisions consciously, your subconscious mind will decide to get what you need now, as it always decided. So, can you save money in that case?

*Source: Max Planck Society Press Release

*Researcher: Professor John-Dylan Haynes


* You must always be open to new opportunities. Life around you changes every second and the list you make about how to save money must attune to that.

* You must have a strong and specific reason to save money. Your goals are the keys of your success.

* You must be connected to your future self. You'll be, the one you want to be in the future not a stranger.

* You must be careful about subconscious decisions unless they fit your present situation.

* You can get help to improve yourself about motivation, decision-making, confidence and goal-setting to be more successful about saving money.

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Author's Bio: 

Nil Celen is an investigator for the proofs of "Mind Power" based on scientific resources.

Self-help starts with improving mind power.

Researches from Worldwide universities on neuroscience, psychology and much more topics can give you a new perspective about "Mind Power" and how to improve it.

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