Your goals should be rooted in what is truly important to you, what you want in life, and your plan to get there.
We've all sat down with a notebook or sticky note, feeling ready for something more, and jotted down a money goal.
"I'm going to get out of debt." or "I'm going to stop going to Starbucks before work." or "I'm going to stick to a budget." or "I'm going to start meal planning instead of ordering take out."
But then, a week or a month later, we're right back where we started. Debt freedom feels impossible or meal planning feels like the most restrictive and depressing thing in the world. "I mean, really, who says no to pizza?!"
And so, nothing changes. We go back to our old routine until that pang that we deserve more kicks in again.
But not this time.
This time, you're going to set goals with meaning - goals that matter to YOU, not some guru who tells you how you should use your money. And, instead of setting your goals based on a whim, you're going to think about how you want to feel and what you really want your money to do, so every step of the process feels possible and empowering.
That's what How to Set Life-Changing Financial Goals is all about.