We all want a life of abundance and prosperity.
But saying we want something and getting there are two different things.
So, if your financial goals have felt a little fuzzy lately, check out these five financial questions to get you back on track. The clearer you are about your future, the more likely you'll be to find success.
I answered them so that you can see what mine would be. What would your answers be?
1. What are my long-term financial goals?
Saving to retire around 60 and traveling to at least 9 different countries.
2. Am I making progress towards these goals?
Yes, though I could be making more progress on traveling. Perhaps I need to be putting money into a separate savings account for them.
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3. Am I actively learning about money?
I have a book on my nightstand called "The Psychology of Money" that I need to read ASAP. It's been sitting there for too long.
4. Am I building wealth?
Yes! Thank goodness. Though, I probably need to be more proactive about creating passive income.
5. Am I spending money on the things that mean the most to me?
Yes and no. I spend a lot of money on my kids. But I'd love to do more traveling, and need to prioritize that spending for that as my kids get older.
I hope you found these financial questions helpful! Leave a comment and let me know what you would answer. :)