that is translated through you into action, and because
there is only one of you in all time, this expression is unique.
There are so many different ways to approach goals; what works for one of us may not work for another. For example, two people decided to become vegetarians and both were successful. One became an instant vegetarian and simply stopped eating all animal products. The other gradually eliminated one product after another and met her goal over two years.
A friend of mine sets huge goals and really lives by the wise counsel that if you don’t know where you’re going, you probably won’t get there. She has a clear five-year plan for financial and work goals. She has set things in motion and I have watched her be very successful over the years.
However, that doesn’t work for me. Setting large, long-term goals overwhelms me and keeps me from being flexible. I do the research but I don’t keep the big long-term goal dangling in front of me. I’m much more successful when I focus on the small goals. What routines can I establish so that I’m consistently working toward my different goals each day, week or month? I like having many small victories along the way! Set the types of goals that work best for you and you’ll be successful!
Money Saving Tip
If you’re thinking of joining a gym, start with a month-to-month membership to make sure you will stick with it. Don’t sign a year’s agreement to have money automatically deducted from your account. Those agreements can be very difficult to stop even if you decide you aren’t using your membership.
What made you smile today?
What made you proud of your money choices today?