We live in a technological, hyperconnected universe, the internet and mobile technologies make millions of accesses available to us that allow us to get almost any information immediately and without leaving our chair.
I have observed that most of the people do not use this splendid tool to get information, later checking and verifying if it is reliable or if it is not.
This new world that advances on the horse of technology and gives us almost unlimited access to information gives us a sense of urgency, a need to get what we want immediately.
This new situation disperses us, we do not focus because we receive information about too many things at once and it prevents us from choosing a specific objective.
It is essential to define a goal and so we can reject any information that is not related to the matter we are dealing with.
A few days ago I searched the internet: How to improve my financial situation. I think it can be interesting and even fun to share what I found with you.
In one entry there are 7 actions to take to change my economy, there is another one that coincides in the number and proposes a 7-point action plan, but they are different from the other 7, in another entry I find 40 tips to get what I want.
It is not necessary anymore, if I were a person who accesses the internet to improve my economy, the search would not have served to easily understand what I should do, in short it has not been useful to me.
You are reading this and I think this indicates that in one way or another you are concerned about your economy and you are willing to do something to improve it, if so, I have good news for you, I assure you that things are much simpler than all that.
To act on your economy and begin to change it, you just have to have this idea in your head: I am never going to spend more money than I earn, this is the maximum that will allow you to change your economic situation.
Each of you, each of you who are reading this reflection have a unique situation, but although the first step may seem surprising, the first rule is the same for all: Do not spend more money than I earn.
Our society is based on consumption and we make it very easy to spend, even when we do not have liquidity we can use the so-called plastic money.
It is very common to see people we know bragging about their purchases, posting photos on the internet of the places they are visiting or have visited, I have not yet met anyone who enjoys a healthy economy and boasts about the money they spend. Don’t brag about your expenses, brag about your finances.
We are here to collaborate with you, to analyze initiatives that you consider interesting, to provide you with information that helps you to discern and allows you to start making reasoned decisions with which you can improve your life.
At SEL-DEK we work helping other people so that they can live more peacefully, they can give their children the best education, in short, so that with our support they can live a little better every day.
We are independent professionals and we work every day with a goal, to improve the economic situation of the people who ask us for help.