We have a business coach, and they asked what we want to improve upon. We explained that everything’s good in our personal life and business, but we’ve lost focus on our health and fitness.
We were disciplined in business, but we had trouble applying that same discipline to nutrition. We are now on a 12-month program that tracks our weight and everything we eat.
It was depressing to see that a serving of peanut butter is two tablespoons. This can relate to your finances and expense planning. The process of going through all your finances, like tracking what calories you eat, can be difficult, but it will help you reach your goals.
You need an accurate assessment of where you are to make good decisions. It’s better to have an itemized list of your expenses rather than ballpark numbers.
Find out how we can build a financial plan for your different phases of life and help keep you on track. Listen to the entire show and use the timestamps below to find specific segments.
[1:45] – Peanut butter
[5:54] – Expense planning
[8:34] – Itemized expenses
[9:36] – Travel and experiences
[11:10] – Psychological
Thanks for checking out the Your Retirement Elevated Podcast. We’ll talk to you again on the next show.