On May 12th, 2021, I squatted 415 one time. On February 18th, 2023, I repped it five times because I stayed at it consistently over time. You may be asking yourself: how am I relating this to money?
Well, in June of 2021 I posted about my wife and I finally being under 100k on our mortgage. So, we were over 100k on May 12th,2021. On February 18th, 2023 we were at 52,072.52. At the beginning of March we had made it to under 50k. Those days didn’t go exactly as planned, but we stayed committed to our goals.
I’m not asking for a 647-day commitment. However, what would a 365-day commitment to truly cleaning up your finances look like?
What would sticking with it even when it gets hard look like? How much debt could be paid off? How much cash saved? Where would you be if you stuck with it?
I don’t know exactly where you will land, but I know I can tell you that you will be in a better place at the beginning of that 365-day commitment.
It starts with you. If you truly wanted to be out of debt and have more financial strength and confidence, then you wouldn’t rest until you had it.
How are you going to get there? If you finally want to get started, then I’m here to help.
Here to hit goals, Tyler Plageman