11 Financial Planninng lessons from Ganesha..
*1. Big Head*
Think big. Think outside established avenues of investing..
*2. Small Eyes*
Concentrate. Your financial planning needs concentration and you have to focus on the smallest details of investment.
*3. Large Ears*
Listen carefully. Listen to your financial advisor, listen to the news and keep yourself updated.
*4. Small Mouth*
Actions are stronger than words. Listen more and talk less! Your financial plans are not for the world to know.
The one tusk symoblizes keeping the good and removing the bad. Study your investments and remove the bad ones periodically.
The trunk conveys that one should he efficient and adaptable to ones surroundings. Be patient and don’t panic.
The big stomach conveys that one should digest both good and bad. Not all investments give you profits. Learn to identify what went wrong.
*8 Right foot over left foot*
Knowledge and reason comes over emotions. Never take decisions based on emotions! Many people make terrible investments just to keep a relationship with their bankers going.
Cut away all attachments. Favourite stock, favourite mutual funds are not good in the long run. Don’t get emotionally attached to your investments.
Mooshak, the mouse, is Ganesha’s ride. It conveys that one can always start small! Investments are not just for the rich and affluent.
The fruits of patience are sweet! Give your investments time to grow and reward you.
_Stay devoted to making informed investment decisions and you shall have a wealthy and carefree life.