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5 Top Morning Nuggets for November

If your financial situation resembled a simple math problem, you would not be in debt to the extent that you are. While you may prudently desire to save for retirement, another part of you says, no, I’ll spend money on other stuff, then I’ll  save. Sometimes, the math just doesn’t add up. 

 

Often the worst thing you can do is to blindly follow the herd. Your job is to determine what is best for you and your family. You do this by carefully examining the next move. The herd never carefully considers the next move.

 

You are the lead character in your amazing story. You determine whether your character is moving closer or further away from that DESIRED LIFE. You get to see before anyone else what corrective action, if any, needs to be taken.

 

Are you an optimist or are you a pessimist? A pessimist takes an opportunity and turns into a mess while an optimist turns a mess into an opportunity. If a mess is like a dripping ice cream cone, a pessimist doesn’t even attempt to lick it. The mess gets worse.  

 

Basic rules when making important decisions: Never make a decision when emotions reign supreme. When unsure what to decide, take a time out. Sleep on it.  Think it over for as long as practical. Come up with best case and worst case scenarios. Then make the decision.

 

 

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