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Accepting reality is hard, but it's important to acknowledge and accept who we are and where we are in life.
While we try to get in shape, be better organized or more productive, we get overwhelmed with the sheer number of things that must be done, as there is so much to be done at all times. We end up competing with others and with our younger self, and fail to realize that we just have to be a better person than we were yesterday.
If we have to master the domains of money, health, career, and relationships, we have to start from where we are.
One of the most challenging aspects to change your finances is getting started.
However, don't procrastinate - get going today and learn as you go. Sit down and create a spreadsheet of all your bills, income, and any extra spending. Once you've listed everything, open your investment account and start saving.
All improvement in your life, including financial improvement, begins with you clarifying your true values, committing yourself to living consistently with them, and then aligning everything you do with them.
When you align your work and personal life to support your financial goals, you’ll find it much easier to reach them or any goal you set.