It’s time to take some kind of action.
You’ve been cooped up from COVID, you’ve had to deal with downsizing, layoffs, “essential workers” (or the lack thereof), and, quite frankly, like a LOT of us, I’ll bet you’re sick of it.
So no matter how this last year affected you, what are you waiting on?
You’ll only get a certain number of trips around the sun, so why keep going in a job or career you don’t like? Why keep working for a company that doesn’t value your contributions? For that matter, why keep living in a state or a town you don’t really like?
I don’t have that answer, and even if I’m an expert in the realm of taxes, I’m no philosopher, but over the last few months – “tax season,” if you will – I’ve noticed, again and again, this feeling of discontent from many people.
Entrepreneurs, managers, skilled and essential workers, and even young people.
Now, it wasn’t what I’d call “anger,” it was more of a sort of discontent.
After I’d noticed it, I couldn’t really shake it and the more I tried not to look for it, the more I couldn’t help but see it in the men and women I encountered.
Here’s the thing: simply being uncomfortable isn’t enough for most people to change, but I’m asking you – right now – if you’re not happy, take action starting today to become happy.
Who else can do this for you?
Not the government.
Not your boss.
Not your company.
Not your family, or your spouse, or your buddies.
Just the person you see in the mirror every morning.
How are you going to do that?
That’s the real question, isn’t it? For a lot of my clients, of course, it’s about money. While my team and I can usually help anyone keep more money in their pocket, if you don’t like how you’re earning that money, or where you’re earning that money, then money isn’t nearly as fun as it could be.
I want to make money fun again.
How can we do that, together? Well, maybe it’s giving you a better strategy for saving it, or lowering the amount of taxes you pay, or even helping to guide you in determining what is the best way to organize your retirement accounts.
My team and I might not even have all the answers, but I guarantee we know the right people to give you those answers.
Right now, though? I want you to really think about what you’re tired of, and start thinking about how you can get those roadblocks out of your way. We’ve all been through too much in the last year to be satisfied with unhappiness.
If you’re ready to make changes in your financial wellbeing, then give me and the team a call. Why wait?