Personal Finance – Hone in on One Specific Goal

Some more thoughts on taking control. By the way I am not a Financial Advisor so this is alll part of my personal opinion and experience. It also means I wont be trying to sell you any Financial Services!!!

Every person wants to set goals and dream big, but actually reaching those dreams and goals can be often difficult to achieve. One crucial issue may be that you are not being specific about what you really want to reach or achieve.

It is definitely hard to start or maintain one goal if your real objectives are vague.

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However, by being detailed and specific about your goals, you have a better chance for success. Of course, this may come to you as a challenge to  set specific goals, but getting it off on exactly the right hand with specific and real plan in hand will put you ahead, encouraging you to maintain and stick with these goals.

Be Specific on Your Goals to Achieve Results

Financial goal setting can prove to be a challenging task for many. It is, however, essential nowadays to set a specific financial goal. Without an accurate or specific financial goal, it will become impossible for you to manage your finances and your earnings through different phases of your life. It should definitely be done considering in mind different individual requirements.

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It is also essential to create your specific plan, keeping into account what you really want to reach of achieve financially. Well, this can be your first step to creating wealth. Aside from that, you should also envision yourself twenty years from now. This may include your lifestyle, your kid’s education, savings, and your retirement age. These are considered as the most basic goals that are present in almost all people. Planning your retirement is a very critical stage indeed.

Wealth creation and retirement planning are the two most fundamental parts of an individual’s life. There are actually lots of resources that you can benefit from, resources and tools that can cater to your unique needs when it comes to setting and achieving your specific financial goal.

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Another important step is to establish your short term goal. What is it that you want to be or do two to five years from now. This may include buying a car, a home, long vacation trip, or paying off your loans, and many more.  In addition to that, being specific in setting your goal is to determine what you can do on a regular or monthly basis. This is considered accomplished if you’re able to effectively save enough money from your earnings or your salary. But you should not be too overwhelmed by bigger pictures.

Having a specific goal instead of a general one will definitely prove to be very beneficial and rewarding.

This applies to both short term and long term goals. By being specific, you are setting the right path to achieve that specific financial goal. Be smart in creating your goals to help you be prepared and confident enough to be able to achieve whatever it is that you want to achieve. Once you truly know what you intend to have in life in financial terms, then you are on your way to becoming financially stable.

Published by Phoenix

I have been a teacher all my life. That doesn't just mean in School! I taught my brothers to ride bikes and go camping in the mountains. I taught Football, Cricket, Squash, Sailing, Climbing and Karate. In BNI I became the Education Coordinator. With my Property Business I laid on Investment Seminars. I taught my sons to Fish for Carp. And I still teach Maths and Physics to students who want to go to University to study Medicine or Engineering. Now I am teaching people the things I am learning online.

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