5 Routines to Escape Poverty in 2023
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Money - March 31, 2023

5 Routines to Escape Poverty in 2023

There is no doubt that poverty is a harsh reality that people experience in different variations. Some people find themselves in places or environments that project extreme poverty. It is however important to note that it should not be a permanent state. 

There are many factors that contribute to poverty which can be challenging in 2023. But, with the right mindset and habits, it’s possible to escape it.  Here are some tips that can help you break the cycle of poverty and be financially free.

Knowing how to prompt AI

As technology continues to advance, AI is playing an increasingly important role across several industries in 2023. Knowing how to prompt AI can be a valuable skill in escaping poverty.

The ability to understand how to effectively interact and use AI systems to their advantage can help you gain a competitive edge in the job market which can help you break through poverty. Understanding AI prompts could include staying up-to-date on its latest technologies, learning how to use its tools effectively, amongst others.

Change your mindset towards money

One of the hardest parts of breaking the cycle of poverty is changing your mindset towards money. A poverty mindset can limit an individual’s ability to build wealth and financial stability.

For instance, you might want to consider your parent’s money habits or how money is being perceived in your environment which could have influenced your attitude towards money. This could be how they strive to make money or not, how they handle money or how much they owe or own.

An understanding of these could help you see your financial situation as a temporary status and something you can change. And if you are able to make the right decisions, that is you shifting to an abundance mindset which can help you see opportunities for growth and help you begin to make smart financial decisions.

Network with people who make smart financial decision

Networking with people who make smart financial decisions can be a powerful tool to fight against poverty in 2023. Think about the people you spend most time with, how intelligently do they make financial decisions? 

Irrespective of your decision to tackle poverty, the group you belong to subconsciously determines the outcome. Jim Rohn, a motivational speaker says that we are the average of the five people we spend the most time with.

Building relationships with individuals who have a strong financial foundation, can help you gain valuable insights and advice on how to improve your own.

Learn to market and sell

One of the highest paying professions in the world is sales. The richest people are the best and masters at marketing and selling. It could be selling their vision, their product and service or their skills.

In 2023, learning how to market and sell can be a crucial skill in breaking the cycle of poverty. A lot of people have valuable skills or products that can be monetized, but do not have the ability to market or sell their offerings. 

The fact is, the ability to sell or market a product or service is not reserved for a set of people. It can be learnt and mastered. The ability to effectively market and sell can make all the difference in achieving financial independence.

Take control of your mind

Having total control of your mind can be a vital step in escaping poverty. Most of your thoughts are not authentic, they are a reflection of what is gotten from your environment. It could be from people around, social media or the TV.

Your mind is your most prized possession and if you are not intentional about it, you might realise that you are not in control of your mind as you think. Your thoughts and beliefs shape your reality, individuals that can take control of their mind can reclaim that power. Take charge by deciding what you let into it, read books and model people that inspire you to take productive actions.

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