As the year begins with financial resolutions you must wonder if all are worth keeping. As you know, resolutions will taper away by mid year.
Many will feel stressed, disappointed, exhausted and discouraged. Your action plan should only consist of 3-5 manageable goals not an entire page (front to back). Goals are established for the long haul and easily documented for progress.
Take the time to reevaluate which goals are feasible to accomplish. You don’t want to overwhelm yourself with a list of resolutions without the opportunity to properly plan for success.
Resolutions ===>> goals which are for an improved lifestyle, not disappointment.
Don’t give up from the jump-start. Here’s a list of financial resolutions that are worth keeping.
1. Improve your financial literacy
2. Create a budget (spending limit)
3. Plan for the unexpected
4. Pay down your debt
Accomplishing your financial goals begin with the big picture of your money, tracking, and financial growth. If you want to improve your net worth you must begin with the decision to hold yourself accountable. Success is more than documenting your plan…it’s putting forth action.
“Love yourself enough to support yourself.”
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