The hardest part of correcting a bad habit is realizing that it even exists. A lot of the time we don’t even notice it’s the little habits that are holding us back financially. Your habits will compound over time. That’s why it’s super important to recognize any bad money habits early on and replace them with good money habits.
If you are quarantined or self-isolating, you may be feeling alone right now — but know that you are not alone. Any stress or anxiety you may be experiencing is perfectly normal. It’s difficult to avoid feeling down at a time like this, but try to focus on ways you can stay connected, both with yourself and others.
Over the last few months, our world has flipped totally upside down. Since March 1 life went from normal to out of control. We are living through history and I hope that you’re taking care of your health, your family’s health, and your finances.
You have the ability to do amazing things, but first, you must have the right mindset. Without dreams, vision, and purpose, life will serve you a platter on which you can barely survive on. In order to thrive, you must prepare your own platter and commit yourself to keep it full.
If you’re living paycheck to paycheck, it probably does. In this video, I am going to show you 5 steps towards obtaining financial freedom and eventually stop living paycheck to paycheck. If you’re living paycheck to paycheck or struggling to pay your bills, I believe that this video will be helpful for you.
Maybe you are rich. Maybe you are poor. Maybe you have experienced being both. Being rich isn’t all about money. You can have financially poor people who are rich and people who would be considered financially rich who can be poor. Let me first say that being poor is a mindset.
Getting out of debt now seems to be popular. Most debts were not all related to unconscious overspending. Some call it death by one-thousand cuts, buy a little thing here, a little thing here and next thing you know is that you look up and you are “way over your head” in twenty and thirty-thousand dollars in debt. There may be numerous other reasons for accumulating your current debt including job loss, health issues, and major unexpected house/car/family emergencies.
Today I want to share How To Set REALISTIC Goals in 2020 and Actually Achieve Them. Making goals are important but you have to make them when you are ready to commit, not just because it’s January 1st. With the right motivation, you will enjoy a much better chance of accomplishing them.