Are you having trouble picturing your retirement and having difficulty setting a goal for that inevitable future? Here is a great way to stay motivated and begin to create excitement toward future attainable goals. Why not create a “DREAM BOARD.” This is a collection of pictures that you can acquire over time and post on a mirror, cork board, or even on the back of a closet door. Start dreaming! Inspire your self for greater achievements and things to accomplish and strive for. Start with a picture of the new car you want to buy in the future, a picture of your dream vacation, cottage, garden, or neighbourhood you want to move to. Start encouraging yourself to think outside the box. Get your dreams out of your head and right in front of you. Create a visual aspiration board that keeps you driven, motivated and focused to striving for more. You CAN go further in every facet of your life – Dream Bigger, Try Harder and Get More Out of Life !!
By AskMoneyLady|2020-01-24T08:00:44-05:0024 January 2020|Daily Advice Tips|0 Comments
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Christine Ibbotson is an Canadian Author, National and Syndicated News Columnist, and Professional Financial Speaker and Presenter. She also has three radio shows called the “Ask The Money Lady Minute,” “Your Money Today” and a live-call in show called “Ask The Money Lady.” She writes for over 630 Newspapers in Canada with over 21 million readers and is heard on 327 radio stations across Canada. Christine is the Author of her book entitled "How to Retire Debt Free & Wealthy" available on Amazon and Indigo. In How to Retire Debt-Free and Wealthy, Christine offers accessible and realistic guidelines in a series of achievable steps, from debt elimination to wealth management, teaching readers how to create their own customizable financial plans.
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