Expand Your Vocabulary and Unlock New Opportunities

Issue 18

Hello my fulfillment-finding friends!

When I first started learning about investing, I was completely lost with all the jargon people were throwing around. It was like they were speaking a different language! But one term that really stood out to me was "Dollar Cost Averaging" (DCA). I had absolutely no idea what it meant.

After researching, I found out that DCA is a pretty cool investing strategy. It involves investing a fixed amount of money at regular intervals, regardless of whether the market is up or down. This helps to minimize the risk of investing a lump sum at the wrong time.

Learning about DCA was just the beginning of my journey in expanding my investment vocabulary. I started reading books and articles, watching videos, and talking to experts to learn more. And let me tell you, it's been a game-changer!

Expanding my investment vocabulary has helped me better understand the market, make informed decisions, and impress my friends with my newfound knowledge!

If you're feeling lost with all the jargon in your field, don't worry, you're not alone. It can be overwhelming at first, but with a little effort, you can start to understand and use the language like a pro.

Right now, my new venture is all about building an online business. So I’m learning words like lead magnet, call to action, and list hygiene for your email newsletter.

In fact, I’m putting together some resources to help with the vocabulary that I’ve learned in the past 2 years of my blogging and digital product journey.

My message this week - don’t let the lingo scare you. If you don’t know what something means, find a resource and teach yourself what you need to know to reach success.

Weekly affirmations

  • I am capable of learning new things and expanding my knowledge every day.

  • I am open to new experiences and always eager to learn and grow.

  • Learning new things enriches my life and helps me achieve my goals.

  • I embrace challenges and opportunities to learn, knowing that they will make me stronger and more resilient.

  • I believe in myself and my ability to learn and master new skills, and I trust that I can overcome any obstacles that come my way.

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