Gradually Becoming More Comfortable Financially
Have you ever considered the idea of becoming more comfortable financially rather than trying to strike it rich?
I'm not saying that there's anything wrong at all with accumulating enough assets to where you're considered wealthy.
I'm also not saying that you should have small goals.
Visualizing your dreams in a big way is extremely important in achieving life abundance.
You do need to set your sights high and have something valuable and worthwhile to shoot for.
However, once you've laid out your entire life plan, it's then time to step back from the end goals and concentrate on doing the first step.
Becoming gradually more comfortable financially than you are now is more easily attained in the short term than suddenly making a huge upswing in income.
Granted, there are always stories of the person who has an amazing idea that catches on quickly and they go from rags today and riches tomorrow.
Usually, though, the more common occurrence is to build step by step in amassing your personal fortune.
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Don't allow yourself to be like most people today who are impatient.
Believe me, because I know about impatience. Instead of focusing on enjoying my journey, I spent years chasing after the next "big thing". I was impatient in my pursuit of financial abundance.
I didn't lay out my goals first. I didn't have that compass for making more money in a manner that fit me.
Consequently, I became involved in different business pursuits that didn't exactly fit who I am.
More importantly, though, I was growing in my personal growth and spirituality, and accepted the idea of attaining financial abundance gradually.
So, while I haven't achieved every goal in my plan yet, I'm not sweating it anymore.
If you can also find the "headspace" to accept financial abundance in its proper time frame instead of trying for the "quick fix", I believe you too will find it.
As you gradually achieve each of your "sub-goals" on the way to your huge goals, your huge goals eventually are achieved.
As you become more comfortable financially a little at a time, you also respect your financial abundance and success more. It never feels like you won the lottery or something. You know the time and energy you put in to achieve each step and it feels rewarding.
As you accomplish each step without being in a rush for the finish line, you'll find it's also easier to stop and "smell the roses". You're enjoying the process rather than rushing through life, as I once used to do.
It's OK to seek abundance and become more comfortable financially.
Just don't try to get it all done this week.
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