Summing up the Foundation

by Ron DuBois on June 6, 2011

The previous exercises were designed to get you thinking about what is important to you. The top desire from your Be Do and Have lists should reflect your most lofty goals. The perspective exercise helped you define why each of these goals is important to you. If you don’t have a strong why for each goal you’re likely to allow stumbling blocks obstacles and bright shiny objects detract you from achieving them.

In the Prioritization exercise you identified what you need to achieve each goal. The next step you identified should be something you can do each day. After you complete each step, identify and take the next one. If a step seems too big, break it down into smaller steps and take one of those.

If you haven’t completed any of these steps, take some time to do them now.

As I move forward the focus of this blog will be on finances. I’ll be writing almost exclusively about money. The next section will start that journey with identifying your current situation. Consider it a financial check up. Once you understand exactly where you are you’ll be better equipped to map out a strategy to get where you want to be.

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