Guys, we know that “no condition is permanent”, but while you’re working and waiting for that situation to change, it also makes sense to stay away from things that could slow down your progress.
Drinking could be enjoyable to some; you could feel good for a few hours, and then, you go back to normalcy soon, but not without parting with a couple bucks — money you’re struggling to make; that could be saved for better is what you end up spending on alcohol.
There’s nothing bad with drinking responsibly occasionally, but you can’t let it become an addiction because that’s when you spend heavily on it, and that’s unhealthy for your pockets.
PROMISCUITY/ INVOLVEMENT WITH HOOKERS
The more women you have in your life, the more money you’re likely to spend. Taking care of a woman is hard enough, why not stick to one person, and save yourself the stress and loss?
The same goes for patronizing commercial sex workers. They cost money, and are addictive too. If you can’t have a real relationship, stay single, and save up your money for more useful purposes.
COMPETING WITH YOUR PEERS AND FRIENDS
Unless it’s a sports competition, you have no business getting involved. It’s unhealthy for you. Just because you have a friend or colleague who spent thousands of money on an item doesn’t mean you can do the same. Your pockets are of different sizes. Don’t displease yourself to please people who won’t care eventually.
Materialistic women will do to you the same thing a hooker would. You’re going to buy gifts upon gifts, you’re going to spend on frivolous things that won’t benefit your progress in life eventually.
Plan your life well. Live it well, avoid anything that would put its growth and prosperity in danger.