“Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending.” – Maria Robinson
Change starts with making a list of what you’re financial goals are. Experts suggest that you start small and make sure your goals are manageable. It is also important to determine what your needs are vs. wants?
I also suggest buying a calendar, so you can track your goals. Do you want to save money for a wedding, house, kids, or retirement? The path to financial freedom is easier when you can see your destination. Divide the goals in to weekly or monthly milestones and don’t forget to reward yourself for your hard work! It will be challenging at first, but don’t give up. The end result will be worth in the end.
Identify an accountability partner. Share your vision with your partner and have that person set a calendar reminder to keep you on track. Teamwork makes the dream work! If you know your weakness is spending money on careless things, make sure your partner is aware of what that is. It is important to start new habits and break the bad ones that are holding you back.
2012 is over and now we are in 2013! Don’t get frustrated, because this site is here to help you create a plan to start building wealth. If you don’t start now, then when?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org your list of financial goals and I can help you achieve them! The best investment you will ever make is yourself!