Those looking to get started with penny stocks often suffer from imposter syndrome.

That is, they don’t feel like they’re in the skin of the investor. Despite having all the tools, knowledge and potential wealth right in front of them, they just don’t know if they’re on the right path with their penny stocks. This ultimately leads to doubts and various assumptions that keep would-be success stories from coming true.

Casting doubt from your mind might be easier said than done; however, it’s essential to keeping yourself on the course to seeing a positive ROI for your trades. Outlined below are three major mental traps and assumptions that face every penny stock newbie which need to be addressed sooner rather than later.

You Don’t Have Enough Cash to Invest

Perhaps the biggest draw of penny stocks is pretty straightforward: such trades ultimately keep more money in your pocket and allow you to experiment versus pricier stocks. That said, many new traders feel that they just need to throw more and more cash at bad trades and then blame their own wallets for the lack of success.

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In an age of tablets, smartphones, and hundreds of television channels, it can be difficult to encourage kids to tear their eyes away from the screen and pick up a book. Despite the benefits of technology, it’s just as important now to read books as it ever was.

Rather than allowing a child to passively watch as stories, ideas, and visuals are presented to her via websites and television, reading is active; a reader uses the information on the page to construct her own worlds, and must decipher themes, analyze characters, and pick apart story arcs on her own. These skills are highly important, if not mandatory, in school settings and the real world – after all, how will your child come up with great startup ideas without being able to research the industry?

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Ever feel like you’re in a total creative slump? Think you’re just not cut out to be a true “creative?” You’re not the only one.

After all, we’re taught that some people just have “it” when it comes to talent and creativity. Meanwhile we live in an era where it seems like everyone’s more prone to consuming content rather than creating it. As a result, the concept of becoming a creative is increasingly difficult for those who feel uninspired.

Despite popular belief, creativity can be learned to a certain extent. Rather than believe that a more creative lifestyle is totally behind your grasp, instead consider the day-to-day changes you can make to foster creativity in your own life. Keep in mind the following four tips to transform yourself and perhaps ignite that ever-so-important creative spark.

Start with “Total Immersion”

The more you can surround yourself with a sense of creativity, including art, music and literature, the better. Whether it means constantly listening to music players at home-or-on-the-go or soaking up audiobooks while going about chores around the house, anything you can do to surround yourself with quality creative content is a huge plus. Something as simple as hanging up more artworks or having books around the house can make a difference.

In short, it’s all about surrounding yourself with creativity.

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Tired of paying extra for a checked bag and waiting at the baggage carousel after your flight? Fit everything into a carry-on and you’ll pay less, wait less, and some airlines still give you a carry-on bag for free as long as it meets their requirements.

Here’s how to make it onto the plane with just a carry-on with everything you need and no hassle:

Get It Down to 20 Pounds Or Less

Although some airlines allow a carry-on to weigh 22 pounds or more, others will want it to be 20 pounds or less. Keeping it to 20 pounds is a good rule of thumb and one that will get you to the gate without trouble in most cases.

A small backpack is all that’s required, and will never get more than a passing look from airline staff. You can also go with carry-on luggage that meets the size requirements and fits neatly in the overhead bin, but the extra weight means you’ll have to pack fewer items.

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