Wizarding World of Harry Potter
  • Olsen Breet
  • October 12, 2018

Exploring the world of wizards is quite amazing. Wizarding communities are incredibly amazing as well as entertaining. Of course, who else does not want to explore the world of wizards?

Don’t you remember of Harry Potter when someone talks about the magic, wizards and witches? What would you do if you got a chance to live in wizarding families?

Being a Brit by birth, you of course never avoid the series of ‘HARRY POTTER’. The story of the only wizard ever survives the curse of Voldemort, the most powerful evil wizard. Harry was just born when the dark wizard killed his parents.

But, Harry somehow managed to reverse the curse and take Voldemort’s power away. This was the main reason why the entire wizarding community is expecting great things from Harry.

A newborn baby Harry lost his parents. Of course, it is not the end of his life because James and Lily Potter had set the goals and enlightened the way of Harry’s future.

What Muggles Can Learn from the Series?

Most people often see the entire series as the source of entertainment. A few people also think these series are just for the millennial generation. However, there is nothing like that. In today’s time, the story, characters, sets and the magical world of the Harry Potter influence everyone. In fact, you can learn a lot from every part of it.

Of course, you are not Wizarding Family. But, you as Muggle can learn financial lessons from the wizards.

Let’s take a look at the seven lessons you can learn from 7 parts of Harry Potter:

1. Harry Potter And The Sorcerer’s Stone

A Lesson for Parents: Plan for your family’s future and leave an inheritance.

When James and Lily passed away, they left him a bit of money in Gringotts (Wizard Bank) which helped him afford to go to the Hogwarts.

No one knows what comes in the next moment and that is why it is good to save enough to take care of your kids or family when you are no more.

2. Harry Potter And The Chamber of Secrets

A Lesson for the Artists: Copyright your work.

Gilderoy Lockhart got fame for writing books about the battles with dangerous creatures. But, he was fraud, who stole the stories from other wizards despite possessing little magical talent. He used to erase the memories of other wizards and stole their stories.

In short, make sure you get proper protection for your work.

3. Harry Potter And The Prisoner of Azkaban

A Lesson for Happy-Go-Lucky People: Time is money.

Hermione was sincere and clever too. She wanted a Time-Turner to get all the classes. Being a student, she showed that the time is limited. This means you have a limited time to get all the things done.

Of course, you do not have a time-turner but you can utilise and make the best use of time to achieve your financial goals.

4. Harry Potter And The Goblet of Fire

A Lesson for Entrepreneurs: You can achieve big with small entrepreneurship.

Ron’s twin brothers, Fred and George, were known for their jokes and practical tricks. They decided to start a small business called Weasley’s Wizard Wheezes around Hogwarts. They started selling trick items to get out of class.

If you have a small idea which is helpful in running a business to service the targeted people, you can make profits.

5. Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix

Again A Lesson for Entrepreneurs: Keep your eyes on investors to expand your business.

In the fifth part, the Weasley twins decided to expand their business. When Harry won in the Triwizard tournament, they were able to secure a storefront in Diagon Alley.

If you find the right investors, then you can help your business stand out of the crowd.

6. Harry Potter And The Half Blood Prince

A Lesson for Everyone: Protect your belongings.

Both Dumbledore and Harry decided together to destroy the belongings of Voldemort in order to destroy pieces of his soul. But, Voldemort made it difficult by creating the dangerous obstacles around the items.

You have to protect your valuable assets not only from other but also from the natural crisis.

7. Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows

A Lesson for One and All: Have a good supportive system to achieve your financial goals.

Instead of returning to school, Harry with Ron and Hermione decided to protect the wizarding world and defect the Lord Voldemort. The good friends of Harry were supportive to join the battle and even lost their life.

No one is saying your friends should put their lives in a trouble. But, you accomplish any of your financial goals if you have supportive people around you.

It is, of course, hard not to fall in love with the Harry Potter series. Despite bringing the joy to the lives of millions, the end of the Harry Potter series also makes the people aware of their finances. It is quite amazing that the stories have many lessons to take out. Anyone of any age can learn the priceless lessons that can be carried to his or her financial life.

Now, you can take care of your personal finances better if you follow such lessons in your life. Therefore, keep the lessons in mind and you will be grateful to have a balanced financial life.

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