October 11, 2021
“I’ll start saving when I turn 30.”
“I’m too old to save.”
“I’m in too much debt to save.”
“Why do I need to save? I don’t have any debt!”
You may have heard your friends and loved ones say things like this before. You may have even said them yourself!
It doesn’t take much sleuthing to recognize these statements for what they are—excuses. And excuses always suck.
But the fact that people feel compelled to make excuses reveals the truth…
People are afraid of saving.
In one sense, it’s easy to see why. Everyone knows saving is critical. But no one knows the “right way” to go about it. And that ignorance makes building wealth seem mysterious, or even dangerous.
An excuse serves as a justification for avoiding that great unknown. It makes not saving feel like the safer option… for now.
But never saving can have disastrous consequences like…
- Running out of money in retirement
- Struggling to cover medical emergencies
- Constant stress about affording the basics
The choice is simple…
Risk a financial disaster.
Face your fears and start saving.
Here’s the good news—you don’t have to face that fear alone.
Having mentors and companions to aid you on your journey can mean the difference between success and financial shipwreck.
In fact, that’s what I’m here for—to offer insight, tips, and support as you start building wealth and financial security for your family.
So if you’re ready to face your fears and to start saving, let’s chat! We can review your situation, and what it would look like to overcome your financial obstacles.