Whether you are an individual, a family or a business owner, engaging in good planning is essential for financial peace. An important element of planning is vision. Proverbs tells us that, “where there is no vision, the people perish.” A vision is a picture of future success. A vision forms when we think far enough ahead to realize there will be important challenges we can prepare for now. Having personal vision is a requirement for financial peace.
As we project our minds into the future, we are better able to prepare for the challenges and obstacles that might confront us. With difficult winds swirling around us, a demonstrated vision allows us to chart a better course. Many struggle with the ability to exercise personal vision. This ability comes in part, by slowing down our pace, pondering our present reality and then projecting ourselves into the future. As we visualize the road ahead, 10, 15 and 20+ years hence, we should ask some important questions.
No matter our age, we must believe that our future is bigger than our past! This optimistic perspective can help us become true goal cultivators, which can translate into happier tomorrows. Inquisitive forward-looking questions can be insightful.
As we demonstrate a productive vision, we can engage in important planning. There are an array of planning disciplines that are important to our future. For example:
Helping pre and post retirees sharpen their personal vision is our passion. The objective is to be prepared for the threats, risks, opportunities and circumstances that one might encounter in the future. The secret is being open minded enough to consider the possibilities and potentialities of our future lives. Once envisioned, one can build the strategies to combat and take advantage of them. The result is finding oneself on the road to financial peace.
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