Be Present With Your Finances
By: Justin Krane
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You’re planning and setting goals for your financial future. You’re weighing the risks and rewards of investing in your business. You want it all, financial independence so you don’t have to worry about money in the future.
I was planning on writing the usual happy new year newsletter, wishing you an amazing 2012 — which I do want for all of you — but this year I want to focus on the present.
What are you thinking about right NOW? What do you want to do right NOW? What can you do right NOW to get yourself in the right mindset to play a bigger game in your life? Do you believe right NOW that you can create a better financial future for yourself?
If you stay in the present, you will have a much better idea of the financial goals you really want and how you can save and spend money right now. So here’s an action item. Go to a quiet place and let your thoughts come to you. Let them become the goals that you plan for in 2012.
Take it from me, the king of thinking about the past and thinking about the future. I need to be in the here and NOW big time! My 2 goals for 2012 is to learn new things and to be fully present.
I am amazed at how present some people can be. Completely conscious and aware of what they are thinking right NOW. Making decisions right NOW. Taking action right NOW.
So my New Year’s wish to you is to be present and join me in this quest to be right here right NOW.
Justin Krane, a
CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER professional, is the founder of Krane Financial Solutions. His savvy, holistic approach to financial planning allows clients to unite their money with their lives and businesses and make sound financial decisions. Using a unique system developed from his studies of financial psychology, Justin Krane partners with clients to identify and clarify goals, then provides a financial plan to reach those goals.|
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