When you grow up without enough money, it’s easy to develop an unhealthy mindset about it. For one thing, it’s common to believe that a lack of money lies at the root of all your real problems.
But it’s more complicated than that. Money solves specific problems. Housing, food, shelter, transportation, etc. But money also isn’t unlimited. Not for most of us, anyway.
the hardest lesson you’d learned about money is that you can quadruple your income but it still may not be “enough.”
Not worrying about money is still another thing
You will always have to make choices about how you spend your money. If you’re used to living in poverty but earn 1 Million Naira In one year, yes, your life will change.
But you won’t necessarily be wealthy forever, and you also won’t be able to afford everything you need. One year doesn’t erase the previous thirty.
People who live in poverty for long accumulate huge deficits that we rarely talk about. Often, these deficits result in huge medical bills or dental bills. You might pay down debt, finally start various therapies, purchase a car, or finally catch up on needs at home.
Ultimately, one year of a great income isn’t going to take you out of poverty, not completely. And that’s because your money isn’t unlimited. But your needs have likely been racking up for decades.
You will have to make choices about how to spend that money, and unless you’ve walked into many hundreds of thousands of dollars, or millions, you’re bound to feel the limits of that money sooner rather than later.
So as business, Lot of money won’t solve all problem if the business lacks skills and focus.