Highlights of today’s show:
- Wrapping up January’s theme of change in 2012
- Changing is hard
- Why is change hard?
- But it is worth it
- Gaining positive momentum
Today we wrap up January’s theme of making a change in 2012 by discussing the difficulty of change. Change isn’t easy and our natural tendency is to delay change as long as possible. When it comes to finances, it is difficult to change because we get used to doing things a certain way and to think of doing something differently is pretty scary.
But change is worth it! It is difficult in the beginning, but if you keep chopping away you will start to see the changes pay off in a big way. Once you get going, this positive momentum will carry you through and you will not think twice about turning back.
Hopefully all of the podcasts that we have done in January have been useful to you and if you are looking to make some change in your finances they have encouraged you to do better things in 2012! If you have listened to them all then you have all the tools necessary to reach your goals in 2012 and you have no excuses. So what are you waiting for?
If you would like some help making your 2012 a winning year financially, I am offering my two hour financial checkup coaching package for only $99 in the month of January.
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