6 steps to building your financial future

2. Set meaningful goals

Once you have a clear understanding of your baseline costs, you can start thinking about your goals.

By setting specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound (SMART) goals, you can direct your energy and time towards making your financial dreams a reality. For example, your goal could be to reduce your reliance on your highly stressful executive role.

Setting meaningful goals keeps you motivated, and if you set SMART goals, you can track your progress and increase your chances of reaching financial freedom.

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