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    Get your money right


    Get your money right
    To understand and feed the economic beast, you need to get obsessed with getting your money right, in your life and in your business. When your money is wrong, you worry constantly about shortages. If you aren’t making money or are just making enough to barely get by or don’t have enough to dominate the competition, you are doing money wrong.

    What does this expression mean? I think it must mean "spend your money correctly". Am I right?

    It's a title in the book "Be Obsessed or Be average".
    Last edited by Sepmre; 11-Apr-2017 at 13:12.

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    Re: Get your money right

    It means arranging your finances correctly. "To get something right" means to do it correctly: I had to play this song twenty times before I finally got it right.
    I am not a teacher.

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