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Yesterday marked the start of month three in 2012. Many of you most likely made resolutions to get out of debt, save money, or boost your income at the start of the year. How are you doing so far?
I have to be honest I have already had a few setbacks, and failures but, I am not going to let them stop me from reaching the financial goals I have set for myself.
Success in financial fitness has everything to do with you! The decisions you make—mind over money, the goals you set—getting out of debt, and creating your own financial success.
You can do it, 2012 can be your year despite setbacks and what is going on around you. This week’s reading is sure to keep you on track and help you make decisions you’ll be proud of.
The Rules of Improvisation That Will Change Your Financial Life @debtfreeby30 "The first rule of improvisation is to AGREE. Always agree and SAY YES. Start with a YES and see where that takes you."
Suzanne is a certified credit counselor and a Social Media Specialist for CareOne Debt Relief Services. Suzanne writes for Divorce, Debt and Finances and A Straight Talk on Debt. Follow Suzanne on Twitter @SuzanneCramer1 and @AskCareOne where she shares her insights on divorce and managing your finances.
Thanks so much for including my post Suzanne! I'm glad you enjoyed it.
Hi Suzanne, thanks for including my post!
@applecsmith & @CarNegotiation Coach Loved both of your posts and I know our readers will as well :)
Thanks for the mention!!!
Thank you for the inclusion. I might be earning myself some stink eye stares but so far this year I have stayed on top of my health and financial goals.
Another good read!! Thank you for sharing multiple posts in one! I am on target for this years financial goal as I didn't make it an impossible goal. I found through the 2 years I have been on the program that when I made a goal that may not end up being reasonable because life happens, I got frustrated with myself. But through it all I have been able to stay on track for my ultimate goal I set out in the beginning; to be debt free within 3 years of starting the program.
I can't thank you and the other staff members enough. Without the help and guidance i would have been lost. What you do for us can not be measured. Thank you!
@MoneyTalksCoach & @Niki Loved both of your posts! Thanks for providing us with interesting reads. @Niki Good for you! I wish i could say I have...
@mdavis1964 Glad you enjoyed it! I always hope that these posts provide everyone with useful information they can use :)
It is always harder to stick to lofty goals--start small and let those little wins guide you to your end goal. You have done an amazing job so far--and the finish line is in sight!