Starting is the hard part

Why is change so difficult? Whatever it is in our lives whether finances, moving, or getting a new job we do not like to change. But what I have found with finances over the years is that just starting to change is 70% of the battle.

Credit: Elisa BlahaJust starting is so important because at first you will not be perfect. But you do get better by trying. No one is born a saver or a budgeter. They are skills that you need to learn on your own! But you can not learn if you do not start.

Whatever you want to do better with money start trying today! Your budget will not be perfect at first but that is okay, you will have plenty of months to fix it. When you first start saving money, your bank account will be small, but so what? Just start saving and if you are consistent in saving, your account will start to grow.

Whenever I work with people I know they’ll be fine if they just start. Once you get over that mountain of starting something you will be able to get better at it and real change will start to occur in your life.

If you want help in getting started controlling your finances and living your dreams, contact me and I would be more than glad to show you how to start.

When in your life have you started something that was hard but got easier as you got going?

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About Jon White

Giving people hope and seeing them win with their finances is something I have a strong passion for. Because of this passion I started JW’s Financial Coaching in the summer of 2010. Financial coaching has allowed me to combine my passions of finances, teaching, and helping others by helping people get on the right track financially. I'm interested in hearing your story so please do not hesitate to interact with me through social media.
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