First, I have to apologize for this long-gestating release of Why We Should Be Motivated. Work-related circumstances beyond my control prevented me from releasing it on Saturday as initially intended.
Inspiration for Why We Should Be Motivated
In writing Through the Looking Glass last month, I realized that my personal paradigm for viewing our money had changed. I was more ambitious, optimistic, and creative than I have been in years. I also was desperately seeking action, which some say is the manifestation of a true change: acting on your convictions.
This inspiration is likely attributable to the fact that over the past 2 months I have:
read six new personal finance books and enough other PF blog posts to make my head spin.
and have been motivated by what is happening in our own personal finances and investments.
In short, I have been on a true high. However, as I speak to other people, I realized that so many are discouraged. Accordingly, I decided to compile some of my most motivating posts (in my own estimation). For those who have read through previous posts or who have been with me for a while, these will hopefully be a familiar encouragement. For new readers, allow this compilation to serve as a motivational primer for your own financial journey.
If you want “Why We Should Be Motivated”, just email me at roshawnwatson at gmail dot com.
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