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What’s Your Motivation?

by Don Current on February 24, 2010

So why would you like to have more money? Is it so that you can have a big bank account, or maybe get more stuff? Or does it go beyond that? Are you more interested in what that money can do for you?

Too many people work their lives away in the name of a better standard of living, but never get to enjoy it. They miss their kids growing up. They miss years spent with a loving spouse. They don’t even get to use all of the “stuff” they’ve accumulated. They spend all their lives chasing that next promotion.

Now don’t get me wrong. Having money is not a bad thing. It’s your motivation that makes the difference. Money is nothing more than a tool to be used. In the right hands, it can be an awesome thing. It can allow you the freedom to enjoy more time with your family. Time spent on vacations together, or enjoying some of that “stuff” together. It can also be used to help others. There is nothing more satisfying than helping someone else simply because you can (and don’t forget, that doesn’t always take money).

I want to help you achieve financial security, but that doesn’t always mean lots of money and lots of stuff. If you have the right motivation though, I believe that in time those things WILL come. So take a look at your motives and decide what it is you really want, then make the most of what resources you do have by getting yourself on a budget. It’s the only way you are going to achieve those goals. If you’d like some help doing that, give me a call or send me an e-mail.