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Learn from climbers: start small and build financial momentum
Did you know it can take up to three months to summit Mount Everest? That’s a long time! And you can bet that those who are brave enough to attempt that climb practiced and built up confidence by first climbing lots of smaller mountains.
At this point, you might be wondering why we’re talking about Mount Everest in a budgeting newsletter. The point is, we can use this same principle of starting small and building momentum when it comes to our financial goals.
If you’re already losing steam on your big money goals this year, consider working on smaller goals first and then working your way up to larger, more challenging ones.
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-The Goodbudget Team