In the pages of our magazine for June, we spoke with more than one a person.Almost all the questions were about money and about how to "make friends" with your money.The majority of respondents focused on the basics: how to save your salary, how to increase your money, where to get started if you want to make your own capital, investments, etc.What should I do to always be "in the money"?The first step is to set yourself up for success.To do this, you need to define for yourself what "wealth" is and what "wealth" is not.A small hint: the two are not synonymous. A rich person is someone who has assets and well-made investments. A poor person is someone who is "without money" and has nothing to feed his family with.The good news is that everyone can reach a lot by making a firm decision to eliminate from their lives conservative (low income, high debt) habits that "push money away from you" and improve your financial situation.Here's what you should take into account:1) Everything you know about money — "understand" it.Know the basics:what is the main difference between "rich" and "poor" money, what is the main difference between "rich" and "poor" people, what "wealth" is and how to get rich (or, as it is called, to live in affluence).2) Start saving (not take out loans).From the habit of constantly taking out new loans, you will gradually create a "financial cushion" and start investing.It is there that you should keep your sensitive (investing) info.3) Now is the time to exchange your anti-money beliefs for money.Time for a fresh look at your "relationship" with money.It's not about which of your friends are you getting richer (i.e., which of your friends has more money or an easier financial situation).It's about changing your "relationship" with them. For "wealth" and "money" are not tools for X, Y, or Z.4) Earn more, earn more.To do this, you will have to learn how to increase your earnings in your current job.This means that in your free time, find additional sources of income (in your free time from the main job).5) Make your money work for you.To do this, it is important for you to gradually invest some of your salary (directing 10-20% of each of your earnings) in investments.Make it a point to regularly buy currency, stocks, and other financial instruments.This will allow you to gradually form an impressive capital, the income from which will fully provide you and your entire family. 1) Read my article " Where NOT to invest money? TOP 3