Figure Out The Vision, Then Fund It

Where do you want to be this time next year? 

I'm not just talking about saying you're going to make $100,000. That's fine but will that be enough to support where you want to be? 

Envision your life a year from now. What does it look like, what do you look like, what does your business look like, what does your finances look like? I mean really think about how much will you have saved, how much debt will you have paid off, what trips will you have taken, what charities will you donate to, what will you treat yourself to?

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3 Costly Money Mistakes To Avoid

Only one problem, you're not sure exactly how much you'll need to make or what it cost to run your business. It's also still bothering you that you haven't achieved your financial goals this year, even though you made more money than last year. Something has to give, you have to get a better handle on it. 

I can tell you that not keeping an eye on your money can lead to you being part of the 29% of businesses who run out of money or the 82% who fail because of cash flow problems.

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Be Intentional In Changing Your Financial Position

One of my clients posted a gift that she bought herself. Her tribe tagged me in the post so I could see she was spending money. While I thought it was hysterical that they're helping her stay accountable to her money goals, it lead to some interesting comments about budgeting. A lot of people shared they didn't like budgets because it meant restriction to them. Or that they can't buy anything because they're on a budget. 

But here's the real, a budget or spending plan as I call it, is a tool used to tell you where you want your money to go when you make it.

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What do you want?

WHAT DO YOU WANT is probably one of the hardest questions to answer but one of the most important.

Why? 

Because knowing this answer means you've given it real thought and you're aligned with the decision. 

For so long, I was stuck between comfort and action in certain areas of my life. Career action, money stuck, relationship stuck, family action. It was exhausting. 

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Reclaiming Selfish Saturdays

From the time we’re kids, we’re taught to share, give, help out, put others first, and compromise. Then as we transition to girlfriends, wives, and mothers, we continue to put everyone’s needs before our own. Then what happens?

You get tired, you get frustrated, you lose who you are, you forget who you want to be, and you just exist.

So going forward, every week, we’re going to be selfish.

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