Too many people seem to have lost sight of the need to be organised.
At least to what I would consider a reasonable degree.
If you don’t have a budget, you have no real control over your spending.
If you don’t have agreements with others in your household, then anything and everything is up for debate – ALL the time!
Much of your life will be experienced as one argument after the other, and it will be ‘somebody else’ who is to blame.
Sooner, rather than later, you struggle to pay the bills, stress out over relatively minor issues and spiral downwards.
That’s not the path to personal growth
Neither is it the pathway to success, only failure.
A couple of hours spent with a coach should see you equipped to begin your journey toward harmony at home.
Only when the clutter of disorganisation is addressed can you begin your journey of self growth.
Money is usually top of the agenda when it comes to disharmony.
Perhaps I should say lack of money.But is it lack, or is it poor management?
Remember, that which cannot be measured cannot be managed.
You cannot manage your money unless you have a budget [ a plan], and the same goes for pretty much everything in life.
Go easy on yourself and those close to you and take a little time to make some plans.
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You may not enjoy or even agree with the brutal world of boxing, but last night Shane Cameron demonstrated the results of focused goal setting.

In his words:

“I wrote in my diary at the start of the year this was going to be my year – this is going to be my year.”

Using a diary or journal like this is excellent for your personal development.

Along with his coach he set a plan in motion that was in alignment with his desire. He took extra steps such as travelling to Britain to train with an ex heavy weight boxer in order to increase his chances of success.

The result is a clear demonstration of some of the principles of how to succeed at anything.

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