The value of financial goals

September 2, 2008 by  
Filed under Money Space

There is every reason for us all to reinvent our commitment to our financial goals. It is rather ironic though, that our financial goals and our lifestyle goals are related and aligned. So any thought of reinvention of our lifestyle should also raise the thought of how can we achieve and sustain that lifestyle given our financial constraints. A world without financial constraints brings with it a lifestyle rich in options as to how we spend our time and with whom.

This is not a lecture about finances, but a call to recommit to a financial plan that works for you whatever it may be. It might also require you to reinvent the goals you seek to achieve, for without a strong goal things will probably remain the same.

You don’t always have to do this on your own. Perhaps it is time to share that goal with someone special. After all, a shared goal achieved seems a whole lot sweeter and easier than tackled on your own.

In the first article in The Money Space we spoke about the five key areas. One of those five was wealth accumulation. The reality is that it is very difficult to achieve wealth enjoyment until you have undertaken some wealth accumulation.

So perhaps it makes sense to practice reinvention of our commitment to wealth accumulation so we can have some wealth enjoyment in the next little while. Only you can determine how much is enough to achieve your goals. Remember the most important thing is to do something no matter how modest. If all this lacks concrete action of what and how to take the next step, write in or leave a comment below and ask and I will be happy to help. Your question may also help someone else.

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