Now, you know what you need to focus on. You know what your life will cost. Your job now is to sit down and make the plan. If you want to be making another thousand dollars a month by the end of the year, you need to know how many customers that takes. And if you're employed, just translate that to how much overtime, or what side gig will pay it? Maybe you can look at what you can do without? Maybe you've got a $50 a week Starbucks habit. That's $2600 a year. Maybe that's the vacation you want to take. Or maybe just drop one day of Starbucks a week. That's $520 right there.
Maybe you want to lose twenty pounds. Can you take on a ten minute walk three times a week? Would you be okay skipping dessert, or not eating after 6:30, or just getting enough sleep? Any of these could make a big difference.
At this point in time, it's about scheduling the small wins into your day. I'll leave you with a little wisdom from Jim Rohn:
A few errors in judgment, repeated every day >> accumulated disaster
A few simple disciplines, practiced every day >> untold riches
And if you want help setting yourself up to win, that's what we're here for.
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