Year-End Financial Freedom

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Consider your relationship with money and how you’ve used it. The point of this introspection is to try and understand your relationship with money and how you use it in your life – understand the areas where you’re weak, the areas where you’re strong, and how you can improve the weaknesses and leverage the strengths. This isn’t an easy process – in fact, it can be incredibly painful at times.

So, why reflect? It serves two purposes:

For one, many problems with spending too much or spending too little often come about as a result of some experiences in life or things that you’ve never been able to really think about.

Two, it reveals to you how deep and personal that connection is. Only a small minority of people have a relationship with money that’s healthy. Most see money as something distinct and separate from themselves. In truth, money is a representation of you – your work, your values, and the things that you love. When you cast it aside and make it separate from these things, it becomes abstract and valueless – and it’s often the source of a lot of money problems.

Reflection may help you make some difficult choices and changes in your life. Doing this exercise of where it all started can often help you realize how much impact those experiences shaped your relationship with money and urge you to do better in the coming year. Do it today, do it for yourself, do it for your family.

Think and do activities that demonstrate your freedom.

This has been our money kingdom financial perspective.

May I AM THAT I AM GOD prosper you.

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Year-End Financial Freedom