Everything changes and moves on. It’s called Progress.

As George Bernard Shaw said: “Progress is impossible without change and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything”.


This week, the UK has seen two big changes:

The new £1 coin went into circulation and, Article 50 was invoked.

These two things are out of our control.

We may vote, but ultimately, the buck (or pound), stops with parliament and, even if we disagree, there’s very little we can do in the short term as an individual.


These two major changes may or may not be a good thing; the pound coin will have little, if any effect on most people, but Brexit…?

Brexit most certainly will.

Whether that effect is good or bad will depend largely on your view of the decisions that are made and even then, only time will tell.


However, some things in Life we CAN control.

We can control what we think;

We can control what we read and how we develop as individuals.

If we keep growing and developing ourselves, then that’s a good change.


To some degree, we can also control where our money goes. We all have bills to pay, that’s largely out of our control although we can always shop around for better deals.

But what we do with any that’s left over is entirely up to us.

If we spend it (use it) wisely, we can all make changes in order to make our money work more efficiently for us.


At Legacy Gold we encourage people to make small changes in their lives to achieve greater benefits which will have a larger, more positive impact on them in the long term.

We are empowering people to control their own wealth by saving in gold… in REAL money which retains its value.

Saving in gold instead of in banks’ currency accounts, where interest rates are laughable, and getting paid to tell others what you have found out and now know. You’re literally getting paid to save.


So change: good or bad? It all depends on how you view it.

Go on… make the change! Your future self will thank you for it!

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