Day 4: Calling it in

Now that you’ve released what no longer works for you, it’s time to call in more abundance.

Step one:

Write down your 2016 #MoneyLove goals. I recommend having an earning goal, a saving goal, an investing goal, and a giving goal.

(My friend and mentor Barbara Stanny recommends prioritizing these goals in the order I’ve written them. Women have a tendency to over-give instead of taking care of themselves. Be sure you’re taking your own needs into account first before you focus on giving. You cannot give of an empty cup, so fill yours up first!)

I’m sure you’ve heard of the study where Harvard grads who had written goals were in the top 5% of income earners? Write your goals down. It makes a world of difference.

Step two:

Share the love! If you want to share your goals publicly, go for it! The support of your community will energize them! If, however, you’d prefer not to post your financial goals, simply share that you’re setting them. Use the #MoneyLoveChallenge hashtag and encourage your community to set written goals, too.

Congratulations! You’ve just put yourself on track to be amongst the top 5% of income earners!


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