A year or so ago, a coach of mine suggested that I approach my business and my life as if I were my own client. What would I tell myself?
Keep better records, use a task list and calendar to better effect, create a debt repayment strategy to stick to and do it, avoid buying anything that isn’t absolutely necessary.
To the car whore in me, it dampened my ardor in a huge way to realize that I’d tell me (as a client) that I shouldn’t buy a new car anytime soon.
Car whore battles for adult/responsibility. Car whore always wins.
Except for this time; this time, I actually chose to focus on stability, and ignore perceived reward.
And, my advice to others becomes somewhat more valid.
So, no bright and shiny vroomage for me. Just focusing on what’s important - stability, flexibility, removing stress triggers.
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