The Short Term Financial Goals I Missed (& Why It’s OK)

Goals are meant to stretch us, they're meant to guide us, and goals are meant to encourage us – our short term financial goals shouldn't be any different.

Missing your financial goals is part of life

Considering it is estimated that 6 in 10 don't operate on a budget, I would venture to say just having financial goals puts you in the minority.

What are short term financial goals?

Short term financial goals can be viewed as the steps or targets you set to achieve your overarching financial gameplan.

What are short term financial goals?

Assuming you miss some goals from time to time, what should you do if you miss some financial goals? Here are three tips.

1. Assess your financial goals

Starting new goals should be gradual. Just like many people have fitness goals on January 1, they are all in, working out 10 hours a week, and by February 1 they are no longer working out.

2. Track Spending & Goals

Keep a simple excel sheet to track your goals. If your goal is to save more, write how much you saving down each month.


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