Christmas Wish List

Christmas Wish List

Christmas Wish List

What is the Money Date? A weekly time to check in. 3 things we review and update: 
1. Spending
 2. Earning
 3. Savings

What’s on your Christmas Wish List? No matter how many material things you get, it’s never enough. So where do you get this enough feeling. It comes from within. It comes from you doing the work on yourself, your habits, your actions, your thoughts.

Although I am talking today more about personal side of things, it still relates to our finances. I was looking over an article the other day and it’s crazy to me to see some of the statistics about how much money people make:

10 out of 100 people make $100k or more

1.4 out of 100 people make $250 or more

How can you survive on this kind of income? How can you get everything you want on your Christmas wish list?

Here are 3 areas for you to focus on:

  • Give: that’s right. You read it right. In order to get your first need to think about giving in all areas of your life.
  • Commit to yourself: It’s a mental shift. How are you going to stay on track with promises you made to yourself, your clients, your family, your friends, your kids?
  • Set crazy goals: They need to be unattainable. Unreachable. Scary! Because the only way you will make any movement in the direction of achieving them. Break it down to 90-day runs. Commit to working on something for 90 days. After that you start to develop a habit. Reassess, and repeat again.

 

Anna Sergunina
Anna Sergunina
anna@mainstreetplanning.com

I'm Anna Sergunina, CFP®, President & CEO at MainStreet Financial Planning, Inc. My passion lies in serving others through financial planning, helping clients achieve their dreams like buying a home, saving for education, or retiring early. With over two decades in the industry and a CFP designation since 2009, I'm dedicated to excellence and continuous growth. Beyond work, I cherish moments with my son Liam, prioritize self-care, and engage in content creation for my Money Boss Parent Podcast and Money Library blog.

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