THE PSYCHOLOGY OF SMART SAVINGS
The typical saver has the innate ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide on the spot without hesitation. This ability proves useful in attempting to save the most amount of money when purchasing multiple items from multiple places.
Impulse Avoidance Amygdala
All the best savers have the uncanny ability to avoid the impulse buy. From the candy bar in the check out line to the upgrade shipping button online, the best savers are patient buyers who know how to delay gratification.
Central Thrift System
Understanding how the mind of a thrifty person operates is a fruitless pursuit for those who are reckless consumers, but the principles they utilize are still worth an in depth study. Being thrifty is a core principle for most savers-, it
helps them decide whether to eat out or at home, and whether to buy used or buy new. When these decisions are made properly, the savings will grow rapidly.
Cerebral Risk Calculator
Calculating hazard risk is actually a relatively lucrative career in the insurance industry, and the saver employees many of the same practices in their personal lives. The basic equation involves answering the question: will this decision
cost me more or less money in the long run?
The saver always has their eye out for a good deal. Whether it's searching through the Sunday paper, or searching through comparison shopping sites, they will always find a coupon, bar none.
Medulla Efficiency Maximizer
Like the greatest economists before them, the saver is always looking for fiscal efficiency. In the age of the Internet, certain sites have made it their mission to enable the saver to find the best deals and save the most money in the least
amount of time. And the smart saver is always willing to adopt and utilize the latest technology available to streamline and maximize savings efficiently.
Subconscious Saver Synapse
The most sophisticated savers know how to effectively hide money from themselves. This is an acquired skill that involves rounding up when balancing a checkbook, but can also be as simple as setting up an automatic savings plan
with through a bank.