Taking The Time You Need To Achieve Financial Success
You have just finished a financial training course. You’ve learned to distinguish business finances from your personal expenses. From the training, you have acquired the skills to record, organize and monitor your daily spending. For all intents and purposes, you are now as ready as you’ll ever be to control and manage your finances quite successfully. Never forget though, that learning about it is different from practicing it. Everything you have learned will not matter one whit if you don’t put it into practice.
Follow-Up is Crucial Once you know where you have to be (a success, financially) and you know how to get there (the methods leading to financial success) you have to set things in motion. You should not gaze at your big plans on paper and do nothing else. A vision without the accompanying steps to reach that vision is reduced to a mere dream. Again, you should start doing the things that you know you should be doing to attain your financial success. Once you learn how, don’t stop there.
Begin doing it one step at a time. There’s No Excuse that’s Good Enough Now that you have the grand blueprint for your financial success and endeavors, you need to start putting your time and effort to it. No excuse is and should be good enough to put your plans aside. Nothing will ever justify putting off your plans for another day, another week, another month, or another year. You cannot merely say you’re busy and leave it there. Being busy is a favorite excuse of procrastinators and it’s never going to be a good enough excuse. If you’re serious about attaining financial success, you can never be too busy. You will always have time to put all your plans to action. When you’re confronted with making heads or tails of our finances, you cannot merely say “I’ll sleep on it tonight because I’m too tired right now.” Doing so would only postpone your success and make it even harder to start.
Prioritizing Finances When you’re too busy and you really have no time, make the time. Achieving financial control and success should be a top priority. It must be something you don’t just want to do; it must be something you’re compelled to do or something that you really ought to do. Wanting to do something connotes a lack of urgency. Needing to do something, however, means you have to or you shall suffer undesirable consequences. This difference between a want and a need is something that you must learn to understand. In particular, you must keep in mind that financial success is something that you need and executing plans to realize this is something that you need to do. Allocate Time According to Your Priorities Once you determine what you want and what you truly need, you will know which to prioritize. Prioritize your need over your wants. If you have already accepted financial success as a need, then there’s really no question as to how you will spend your time.
Given a choice between a baseball game special on TV and doing your financial accounting for the day, which do you think should be done first? If your financial success is that important to you, I think the answer is obvious, don’t you?.
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