Be intentional and have a plan

Be intentional and have a plan

This is article 4 of 7 in the Common-Sense Financial Principles series.

Our capacity to imagine a future that doesn’t yet exist, draw up a plan, and go for it is incredibly optimistic and positive.  It defines us as humans and making progress towards a meaningful goal is a powerful contributor to our satisfaction and happiness.

When you formulate a plan, you’re more likely to achieve your goals.  While it takes some time and effort, it is clearly worth it.  After all, YOU are working towards YOUR goals.

These are things that matter to you.  So, your motivation to cross the finish line and raise your arms in victory is strong.

Our money is one area where most of us can identify some gaps.  It can be overwhelming, we don’t know where to start, or we prefer to stick our heads in the sand.

This is where having a proven plan which is simple yet powerful can make all the difference
(stay tuned for an upcoming series on the Financial Peace Framework)

Being intentional and making our money behave is beneficial to more areas than our finances.  We begin to enjoy the feeling of progress which lifts our wellbeing.

START HERE – Grab some quiet time and turn your mind to where you want to be in the future.  Take an honest overview of where you are now and pay attention to those areas that call out to you for attention and improvement.

Through setting a goal, and aligning that with a plan, you can make the financial progress you are looking to achieve

How is your financial goal setting going?  Would you like help with that? Let’s schedule a Zoom chat to talk about how you can move forward today.

“Money is a terrible master but an excellent servant.”
P.T. Barnum
American author