To Improve Your Financial Results, There’s One Habit You Need to Break
How long is your money to-do list? Just this week, did you find yourself saying, “I’ll get to it later.” Or what about, “I’ll take care of it tomorrow.”
Then, you look up and “later” and “tomorrow” have come and gone. Now, you wonder where did the time go.
If this sounds familiar, you’re not alone.
That’s why I’m inviting you to join me for a free training on Tuesday, October 4th at 8pm ET: How to Stop Financial Procrastination – So You Can Reach Your Goals
Every time you delay doing a financial task, or making a financial decision or choice, or having that financial conversation, it’s the equivalent of putting your financial life on the back-burner. But I bet you put managing your career and personal life on the front-burner. Oh, the ironies of life…
You and I tend to practice back-burner financial management for a variety of reasons — perhaps you do it because you say…
- You don’t have enough time.
- It requires too much effort, right now.
- You’re waiting for the ideal circumstances.
- You don’t know where to start.
Maybe your reason is something else entirely. While your reason for procrastinating may very well be valid, that doesn’t mean there isn’t a cost.
That’s why on Tuesday, October 4th at 8pm ET, I’m hosting a free training that will help you put managing your personal finances on the front burner.
I’m Jacquette M. Timmons – a financial behaviorist and the author of “Financial Intimacy.” I provide behavior-based financial coaching for singles and couples and training (for corporations and non-profits). With my writings and public speaking, I explore a variety of “money and…” intersections.
Everything I do is with the goal of helping you make better, smarter moves with your money.
During Tuesday’s training, I will share the five (5) things you need to do to break the habit of procrastination, as well as the five (5) questions you need to ask each week to stay on top of your money. This combination will help you improve your financial results and magnify your financial success…so you can reach your goals.
I hope you’ll accept my invitation and will join me. Because breaking the habit of financial procrastination requires more than willpower.