Goals and Rewards


Set your goals and rewards

Note 1: Before you truly commit to a goal, make sure you understand all of the costs that come with working toward achieving your goals. These costs aren't simply confined to the financial. Emotional, and social costs might also come with the goals we set. Read more..

Note 2: Money is an important tool to achieving our goals, realizing our dreams, and making day-to-day living easier. It can buy us bigger homes, better cars, more vacations, and other things that will make life more comfortable. However, it should not be your life’s goal. Read more..

Note 3: Life skills that matter; How much money do you really need to be happy? That’s one of the first questions I ask someone when they are figuring out what they really want to do for work. Read more..

Financial Goal

Financial Goal

Goals are material, emotional, or physical.
Material goals or tangible goals are goals that can be seen and quantified and are monetary in nature. tangible goals are goals which can be seen, and quantified and are monetary in nature.
Emotional goals are the goals you set to help you improve your overall emotional well-being. They could be anything like having control over your temper, being satisfied with what you have, or being optimistic in every situation. Become the master of your emotions.
A fitness goal is a specific training objective or physical challenge you set for yourself.

SMART goals are specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound. When drafting your goal, try to answer the five "W" questions:

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  • Relevant
  • Time Bound
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