For those of you who have followed me for any length of time, you know that I am a huge fan of the late Stephen Covey‘s work. One of the most important things that I learned from his work had to do with time management and the four quadrants.
I have a lot of blogs written on time management and you are more than welcome to check them out here.
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Today I want to show you how to apply this vital concept to the subject of finances.
The management of finances is so similar to time management. Baby steps are key.
But before you even take baby steps, you have to know what you are taking baby steps towards.
If you get one thing out of this blog today, I want you to think to yourself, what in my life around finances is urgent and what is important?
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Most people know that retirement planning is important but also feel, unfortunately, even for decades that it is not urgent.
While it may not be urgent for the next 24 hours, I plead with you for the sake of your future self to know that one day this will become urgent!
Not only that…. with compound interest, the time value of money is crucial if you want to build wealth and you must start early.
You must start as early as possible meaning that if you haven’t started yet, I am strongly advocating against beating yourself up for that and strongly advocating starting now.
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Sending you tons of light and love.