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On the other hand, if you ask yourself why you stopped taking action and the answer is something along the lines of, “I got confused and don’t know where to go from here,” then ask for help. Reach out to a friend or browse through the personal finance blogosphere for answers. Turn to your connections and contact someone who might have already reached a similar goal to see what kind of tips they might have, or advice for moving forward. There’s nothing wrong in asking for help if you need it. It’s when you don’t admit when you don’t know something that you’ve run into a real problem.
Save Something for the End
If you’re paying off debt or saving for early retirement or financial independence, chances are it might take you more than a month to reach your goals. Most financial goals are long-term endeavors, and it’s hard to be patient with yourself as you work toward them. But remember, you’re running a marathon and not taking off for a 100 meter sprint. You might be super enthusiastic at the beginning – but don’t exhaust yourself right at the start. Remember to save something for the end.
What does this mean? Let me give you an example. If you’re trying to get your budget in order and you’re really determined to make it happen, that’s great, but you can’t change everything in one fell swoop. Cutting the kind of spending you’re used to and forcing yourself to suddenly live on a new, restricted budget is going to make you feel deprived. That’s not to say you can’t cut everything all at once, but your chances of sustained, long-term success are greater if you slowly transition to the ultimate mark you want to be at.