Tuesday, 27 January 2015

Money Management Tips to Start Off 2015 - Part 1

New Year's Resolutions

According to Statisticbrain.com, some of the top 10 New Year’s resolutions for last year (2014) were:
  1. Lose Weight
  2. Get Organised
  3. Enjoy Life to the Fullest
  4. Stay Fit and Healthy
  5. Learn Something Exciting
  6. Spend More Time with Family
  7. Help Others Achieve their Dreams

Which of those goals did you set last year? Most of our New Year resolutions revolve around family, career, or health. And that’s very important. But many times we fail to remember that every goal, whether it’s a resolution for 2015 or a life goal, almost always has a price tag attached to it.

 Wouldn’t it be ideal to reach a point in our lives where money was no longer an issue, worry or obstacle to achieving all our personal life goals and our dreams for our family? To be able to travel the world? Fulfill everything on your bucket list? Live in a city you love and enjoy a comfortable lifestyle upon retirement?

Well, if financial freedom is of tantamount importance, should we not make a resolution this year to change our money habits? Maybe spend less and save more as a start?

Big Dreams. Big Goals.

Motivation or the lack of motivation, and therefore perseverance becomes an issue when we don’t know what we’re saving for. It’s like a soccer player who can’t see the goal post. What’s the point of continuing?

Start this year on the right path - the path to financial peace. Answer these questions:

What are your top 3 life goals? 

Think about your career, family, recreation, spiritual life, etc.

What are the price tags on each one?

Start thinking about these questions, and in Part 2 of this article, we will go into some details on how to create your life goals followed by the six key principles to achieving financial independence.

It will be a small group workshop for 12 people only. The purpose is to have a more in depth application of one's personal finance which is more effectively done in a small group than in a big seminar. This is a First come, First Served event. More details below:
Becoming Financially Fit for Beginners 

Hands-on Small Group Coaching Session with Jess Uy
Date/Time: February 21, 2015 OR March 28, 2015 (Saturday) | 9:00AM to 1:30PM
Fees: Early Bird Promo: $50 | Regular Rate: $60 | 1-for-1 (2 slots): $70

Email seminars.jessuy@gmail.com for enquiries.


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