Let’s start at the end. It is often a very good place to begin.
On your deathbed, what do you want to say about money?
I suspect that these statements aren’t on your list:
It distracted you.
It robbed you.
It stifled you.
It stopped you.
Does this describe your life today?
Don’t wait until you’re dying.
Look your fears in the face.
Avoidance is expensive.
Pick up the rug and deal with what has been swept under it for too long.
It is tripping you up.
A financially preoccupied life pulls attention from that which is most important.
Fix your focus on the people who matter.
Figure out what you love.
Do more of it.
What will you regret?
Let go of what is weighing you down.
Assess what is draining and depleting.
Make a plan to change these things.
Climb outside the box.
You can have more.
It is waiting for you to reach out and take it.
Put yourself in the path of opportunity. Make it crash into you.
Ask for help.
You don’t have to have all of the answers.
You need to be brave and ask questions. Lots of questions.
Muster the courage to look honestly in the mirror.
Today is the only one you are promised.