Save or Spend? What Do The Country Fans Think?

 

Sos Talks Money - Country Music Fans - Save That Money At Tortuga Fest.

A few months back, I rolled up on the hip-hop fans at Rolling Loud. I thought it was only fair that I interview another crowd of a much different genre of music. This is of course, is COUNTRY. I am not much of a country fan myself but I can appreciate the culture. On the other hand,  I do love my country and by that I mean the United States. I love the USA so much that I am doing everything I can to spread the gospel of saving money and long term financial thinking. Now that I've cleared that up, let's get back to my experience at Tortuga Country Music Festival. I was surprised to learn that most of the young Americans were indeed NOT SAVING. They were not thinking long-term and were essentially caught up in the same life is short (a.k.a. YOLO) mindset as the hip-hop fans. This is something that has to change! Take it from my man, the Millionaire Mentor. You've got to get your mind right to get your money right. No matter what music you listen to, we are all in this thing together. I can understand wanting to enjoy your wealth while you are young, but as studies have shown, people are living longer than ever before. While you may be thinking life is short, it in fact is not and the amount of people living to age one-hundred is increasing. Let that sink in and let your bank account grow. Speaking of banks, check out the 100% online bank Aspiration. 

I believe it was the late great country star Johnny Cash who said, "Success is having to worry about every damn thing in the world, except money.” In other words, SAVE THAT MONEY so you won’t have to worry about it!

 

 

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