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Define your vision.

We all know at 'gut level' that achieving meaningful, life changing results really is the culmination of dedication, hard work, and setting clear goals. Forward planning just works.

Of course, from time to time, it will be necessary to reassess, and change tack, but its also important not to let life's setbacks discourage you from striving for what you want.

Having well defined goals that you're truly passionate about can help you push through those challenges when they come knocking on your door - remaining calm, hopeful and motivated is half the battle.

 

What drives you?

Having spent much of the last forty years helping clients achieve their financial and lifestyle goals, it's clear that visualising a specific goal, finally deciding on pursuing it, and following it up with a detailed action plan is a powerful thing.

But where to begin? 

Here are 25 trigger questions to help you make a start - try answering each question with 4 goals, to create your top 100 'dream list'...

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Defining 'enough'...

Do all your future plans rely on having a lot more money than you do now? If the answer is yes, it might be time to think carefully about your values so you can put together a realistic financial plan that will bring you closer to the sort of life you want.

Planning for your financial future doesn’t have to be about chasing more money. Achieving a real sense of having enough to feel comfortable and happy is more about understanding what’s important to you and then managing your finances accordingly. So just how much is enough for each one of us?

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