#34: How to Be Intentional with Your Money

At the end of the day, it’s not about how much money you make…it’s about how intentional you are with your money. A person who makes a lot but spends a lot is less effective than the person who doesn’t make a lot but also doesn’t spend a lot. It all comes down to being intentional. Are you thinking through each purchase? Are you leveraging your money to get ahead? Regardless of how much you make, as long as you’re intentional with your money, you will see results. In this episode, I’m sharing how to be intentional with your money, so you can get ahead.

Here’s a glance at this episode:

  • [02:50] Understanding everything it takes to be familiar with your overall financial standing – all accounts included.
  • [05:07] The first step to being more intentional with your money is knowing where you currently stand and a budget is the best way to know that information.
  • [09:27] Overcoming the temptation to spend when I know I shouldn’t was a big factor in ultimately curbing my overall desire to spend.
  • [11:56] Setting intentional money goals can help you stay on track and make the right financial decisions in your situation.
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Resources mentioned in this episode:

Download the Free Money Moves Packet Episode 6 – How I Curbed My Desire to Spend Episode 11 – The Power of Visualization to Help You Reach Your Goals The Best Way to Set Your Money Goals

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