A Procrastinators Guide to Reaching Your Financial Goals

Susy Zinn
2 min readOct 9, 2020

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“Procrastination is like a credit card. It’s a lot of fun until you get the bill.” — Christopher Parker

Procrastination is a common problem. It affects your life, the lives of your loved ones and keeps you from achieving your goals. I myself have been postponing going on a diet for a while.

I know how hard it feels to STOP dallying and START moving, but the satisfaction of getting it DONE makes it worth the effort. And, here’s some tips on how to reach your financial goals

  • Visualize where you want to be financially in 10, 20, 30 years.
  • Start to save more -skip unnecessary purchases, you can start with getting one cappuccino a week instead of every day
  • Find a role model and read as much as you can about that person and how he became succesful.
  • Keep learning — read a book or listen to podcasts on finance and related information.
  • Network with other professionals/business people who can mentor and be a support to you.
  • Delegate tasks that may better be handled by experts.

“You must set targets for yourself that are 10X more than what you think you want and then take 10X the action you think is required to get there.” — Grant Cardone

For more money-related tips, call me. Let’s talk!

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Susy Zinn

Susana Zinn is an Independent Life Insurance Agent based in Los Angeles, California.