Some people might “get lucky” or be blessed with an insanely wealthy inheritance. As for the remainder of us average Janes, it is vital that we get this finance thing figured out. Our family’s future literally depends on it!
Tough love alert!
Once you allow yourself to get over the pity party and perform a self-diagnosis of what negative money mentalities are holding you back, that is the moment you direct your family on to the course working towards an insanely exciting future.
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I know how it feels! The weight of all your financial worries makes you feel like you can barely tread water for one more second before your head goes under! You find it mind baffling that for some unknown TO YOU reason you can not stick to a budget even if your life depended on it.
I’m so glad we failed when we did! No joke. The fact of life is that we are not going to be perfect at most things. Especially not the first time we give them a go.
Here’s the thing, I am a huge believer that there is something to be gained, a positive, an upside, however you want to word it, there is always something to learn from every experience. No matter what!
You get to choose. Do you want to continue down the Debbie Downer road, or are you going to learn from you mistake and make sure that you do better next time?
Take it up a notch, not only are you going to do better next time, but you are going to rock it out of the park!
Are You Failing?
You’re not going to be perfect with your finances. There is always going to be room to grow. SO GROW!
One of my favorite quotes from “Girl Stop Apologizing” by Rachel Hollis is, “Failure means that you’re living. Failure means you’re trying.”
Keep trying! Don’t you give up because it got a little uncomfortable!
The only way for you to truly fail is if you let the struggle paralyze you from moving forward. The only way you will fail is if you don’t keep going!