Step into Financial Freedom

Assess your spending. Take a look at the things you spend your money on and consider the benefit they bring to your life. Be honest and rate the necessity of each. You’ll likely find that a lot of unnecessary spending takes place!

· Look at all of the things you’ve bought over the years. How many of your purchases provided prolonged fulfillment?

· As spending gets out of control, the importance of what you’re buying diminishes. It becomes a bad habit that’s difficult to break.

· This assessment can help you come face to face with your demons. Take your expenditures at face value. You’ll probably find yourself asking, “Why in the world did I buy that?”

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