04 Dec Rewrite your story
In times of economic uncertainty people tend to reexamine their relationship with money. Those that are avid wealth builders make the necessary adjustments and keep treading water. For those caught in a “make spend” cycle these can be very scary times splashing about without a life preserver. If you’re making bad choices with money, now is the time to evaluate your situation.
Finances can turn bleak pretty rapidly so it’s important that you gain perspective. It’s not the end of the world. People turn things around everyday. We all know there’s going to be ups and downs. Unfortunately people headed for a downturn all too often get stuck in their story. Obstacles become the focus, when the solution should be the focal point.
Being stuck in a rut is natural but there has to be a point when enough is enough. If you’ve been doing a lot of talking, it’s time to start the action. Re-write your story today. It’s time to get serious. Become active in your vision.
So how do you create change?
First and foremost you’ve got to know where you stand. Roll up your sleeves and figure out your bottom line. Be very clear on where you are financially.
Next, to create real change you need new information. Recognize that what you’re doing right now isn’t working. Be open to new strategies. Learn your way to positive change. You already know I believe you can learn their way to financial freedom. I see it everyday.
I have abundant resources on my website for people just like you at every stage of wealth building. Lots of them are absolutely free. I do this so you will be in a cycle of continuous learning. Your financial and personal life hinges on your willingness to accept and adopt new methods.
We all can choose a better story for ourselves and we all possess the power to make that story come true. All you need is the willingness to accept and create positive change. Don’t be hung up on what you don’t want. Center yourself on what you do want.
Remember if you’ve made some bad choices you’ve got to chalk it up to ‘you live you learn’. Dwelling on your indiscretion will get you no where fast. The only way to turn it into a positive is to learn from it. Write it out; take a moment to figure out where you went wrong. Then promise to never make the same mistake. Most importantly forgive yourself and move on.
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