We’re now halfway through 2017… and many of us have given up on the self-improvement goals we made at the start of the year. But there’s one goal you can still achieve this year: Making yourself richer. Here are 6 mid-year (why should resolutions only happen at the start of the year, anyway?) investment resolutions that will still make you wealthier through the last half of the year. Resolution 1: Learn to love money If you want to be richer, you need to like money. If you think having a lot of money makes you selfish or greedy, then you’ll probably never become rich. The less you like money, the less money you will likely have. An aversion to money – whether conscious or unconscious – will stop you from getting rich. The biggest hurdle to becoming wealthy is that voice in your head saying money is bad. Ask yourself the following questions, to find out what you really think of money: Is money the “root of all evil?” Does making money take too much time and effort? If I want money too badly, will other people think I’m shallow? Is it bad to think money can buy happiness? If you answer “yes” to
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