Getting out of debt is just like losing weight – you need a plan and you must follow it. This is true, but essentially it comes down to calories-in versus calories-out. Money-in versus money-out. It seems like it should be very simple math, but it feels so much more complex when you try to put it into action. My clients come to me because they need a plan – they can’t figure it out for themselves. There are a lot of emotions involved. After we’re finished, they realize just how easy it is. It comes down to focus, discipline, and much more than simple math.
When you set a goal and you do everything in your power to achieve it, most likely you will achieve your goal. This is the universal law of cause and effect put into action. If your goal is to go to the gym, you will take the steps to get you there. If your goal is to get out of debt and start accumulating wealth, you will also take steps to get you there. The steps are just different.
The only reason you won’t reach the gym is if something distracts you along the way or if some unexpected catastrophe happens. In most cases you won’t break your leg along the way and the gym won’t suddenly sink into a big hole, so chances are if you don’t reach the gym, it’s because you got distracted. And if your goal is to get out of debt and to start accumulating wealth, then chances are you will achieve this unless you get distracted. Distractions are the biggest and most frequent obstacles to achieving our goals, not our ability to achieve them.
I work with clients to develop action plans, which are composed of simple steps, to help them change the things that got them into debt and start to do things to help them dig out. The universe will allow us to achieve our goals just about every time as long as we take the necessary steps toward those goals. If your goal is to get out of debt and to start accumulating wealth, then it’s time to take your first step. Call 1-877-477-6450 or use the contact form.