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WHAT ARE YOUR FINANCIAL GOALS?

Meeting our goals gives us the confidence and motivation to continue setting new ones and creating the type of life we've always dreamed of.

SET YOUR FINANCIAL GOALS

Your wealth awakening begins by choosing wealth. The miracle begins by writing your wealth vision. Your wealth vision is your why. Your goals are how to achieve your vision. A person with simple, yet well-defined, goals will accomplish more in a year than others without written goals will accomplish in five years or a lifetime. That’s why Financially Fit for Life begins with Step One: Wealth Awakening.

Your schedule should set specific and time-oriented objectives, but they should be within reason.

Your schedule should set specific and time-oriented objectives, but they should be within reason.

Life would be the same without financial goals. If we do not have financial goals, we could not plan financial strategies or know whether or not we are on the right financial track. People accelerate with them and fail without them. When it comes to financial goals, my observation is that most people spend more time planning their vacation or their Christmas shopping list than they do planning their entire financial future. 

The value in setting definite goals is that we link our thinking to an important purpose. We no longer daydream with wishful thinking. We know where we are going and our thoughts and actions are concentrated on getting ourselves there. 

Setting specific goals makes us accountable to ourselves.

Do you ever feel like you’re trying so hard, but you’re just not making progress with your money? Or like you’ve been working your butt off, but when you look around, you never have much to show for it? Here’s the thing: If you don’t set goals for your money, you’ll probably keep feeling like all you’re doing is spinning those wheels. If you want to finally get moving, it’s time to make some financial goals.

A financial goal is any plan you have for your money. You can have short-term and long-term goals. For example, saving up $1,000 is a short-term goal, while investing for retirement is a long-term financial goal. Your goals should give you focus and keep you accountable, no matter how long they take to make happen.

Take a look at how you're doing in keeping up with your schedule and accomplishing both your macro- and micro-goals.

Take a look at how you’re doing in keeping up with your schedule and accomplishing both your macro- and micro-goals.

Don’t be afraid to set high goals. The rewards far outweigh what others might think or say. Remember: “Dream no small dreams, for small dreams have no power to move the hearts of men.”—Goethe. The greatest benefit of setting high and exciting goals is the personal change and growth that will occur as you passionately strive towards your lofty goals. The key word here is passion. Big goals that excite you create passion. The primary difference between a goal and a dream or wish is a goal is written down. 

 

 

Goals must be:

  • Specific
  • Challenging
  • Measurable
  • Written
  • Reviewed
  • Revised

It is time to reawaken your financial dreams, write your Wealth Vision, set your financial goals, and live a miracle life!

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