Get Ready! Money Pros Guide – Week 𝟏𝟑: Reflect On The Prior Quarter

Are you taking time to reflect on your accomplishments?

Happy Friday.

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✅ Week #13 Action Item: Reflect on the quarter.

  • This week, reflect on the quarter. Take a deep breath and think of all that you accomplished.
  • It’s important to take time to reflect on positive progress, challenges overcome, and celebrate your wins.
  • In the Get Ready Blueprint, week 13, you’ll reflect on your progress with the Get Ready Habits.

⭐️ Pro-tip:

  • Be gentle on yourself. If you didn’t meet all of your goals, that’s okay. It’s all about the changes that you make going forward. Do the best that you can.

💭 Habit of the week:

  • Continue to integrate the Get Ready Habits into your financial life.

💡 Get Ready Money Guide Tip: Discussion prompts and ideas for those following The Get Ready Guide Kit (access from your dashboard)

  • What are your accomplishments over the last 3 months?

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  • The Get Ready Blueprint Week 13 fillable PDF. This week, you’ll reflect on the last 3 months.

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About Tony Steuer

I make the complex world of financial services easy to understand so that people feel empowered to take control of their financial lives. A recognized authority on financial preparedness - in case of that disaster you did not expect - I advocate for ethics, integrity and consumer protection within the financial industry.

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