Imagine a robot bumping into boulders, walking into walls, and falling off ledges while moving around the workplace. Because of that programmed pattern, it gets seriously damaged and needs repairs every week. Although it knows that being damaged is bad, it still can’t stop itself from bumping into walls or falling off ledges as those are what it’s been programmed to do. Humans behave in a similar way and knowing how to change that is the number one key to learn how to save money:
If we change our “bad programming” or bad spending habits, we will certainly stop damaging our financial future.
“The happiness of most people is not ruined by great catastrophes or fatal errors, but by the repetition of slowly destructive little things.” – Ernest Dimnet