It's a common expression you’ve probably heard more times than you can count. And the essence of this slogan revolves around what you think about working, not how you do it.
Basically, your definition of work and the outcome (e.g. money) is essentially what shapes how you think about it. So for example, ask yourself...
Is wealth something an average Muslim woman like me can attain? Can I work smarter to acquire more wealth for my family without having to work extra hours or take a second job?
Can the average Muslim woman be wealthy, too? Can a Muslim woman retire as a...millionaire?
Yes you can! You can secure your family’s future by making money work for you, rather than you working for it. Imagine for yourself a life of financial freedom full of wealth.
All it takes is understanding limitations that we've all made up in our minds. It's changing that limiting mindset to one that's limitless and achievable.
Stop questioning yourself when it comes to making financial decisions. Instead, start educating yourself so you can recognize the wealth you have and learn to create wealth with money.
Are you ready to join me on this journey?
Wealth is defined as abundance of valuable assets. Things like your own home, car, jewelry, investments, and of course cash.
When you learn how to invest your money, budget your expenses, and even play in the stock market, that future of financial freedom can very well be your reality.
Keeping Up With The Joneses
Like most Americans, we get caught up in a vicious cycle of buying the latest, most expensive fad on the market. Capitalism is designed to prey on the average Jane so she feels inclined to buy things she doesn’t need and that are way out of her budget.
It’s all part of the American dream of fitting in: owning things you can’t afford. That fancy house with a heavy mortgage. The luxury car that guzzles more gas than a semi. The phone. The purse. The shoes.
Most Americans also live in debt because of the need to constantly keep up with the Joneses. Falling behind on bills, struggling to pay the mortgage, living paycheck to paycheck is all too common when you’re comparing yourself to what others have.
So, what is the reason behind such a mindset? Lack of self-confidence.
Relying on yourself after Allah is key to managing your life. It paves a way to financial freedom and is the foundation for all your investments, namely yourself. When you learn to invest in yourself, you’ll find many aspects of your life fall into place: family, work, and wealth.
With Wealthy Muslim Women, you learn how to confidently invest in the stock market in a halal way that puts money in your bank and financial freedom in your pocket.
Founder of Wealthy Muslim Women
I grew up in a humble household in Pakistan and graduated with a six-figure debt to my name. My parents provided for me and my siblings, but when it came time to pay off that med school debt, it was all on me.
When I finally became a physician, I simply could not imagine how I’d ever dig myself out of this much debt. Yet, I loved learning about money. I’ve read dozens upon dozens of books on money and investments and the stock market.
Don’t get me wrong … I didn’t figure all this out overnight and from some books. I fell prey to get-rich-quick schemes aplenty hoping to find a solution to paying off my debt … Well, quickly.
I soon learned that the wealthy (not the rich) knew how to manage their wealth and make smart decisions that continuously multiplied their wealth. The rich, on the other hand, have money at the moment, yet neglect to plan for the future. The wealthy manage and invest their wealth so it keeps giving back to their future selves, long after they’re done working.
I wanted to be wealthy. So I learned to manage my money, get rid of all my debt, and manage my money so that it paid me. I no longer wanted to be a slave to money and live paycheck to paycheck.
Now, after taking charge of my wealth, I’ve become a certified life coach, started a podcast, blog, and digital courses that help the average Muslim woman take control of her life and confidently earn and invest her wealth.