Saving enough to retire is a big task, but setting smaller goals to make incremental progress over time is a powerful way to get you on track. In this video, learn how to set manageable goals and milestones that stack up over time.
- Have you ever done one … of those online retirement calculators … that told you you should start saving a ridiculous amount … of money to get on track for retirement? … Like 50% of your income or something crazy? … And then wanted to stick your head in the sand after? … Have you ever felt like saving for retirement … is such a giant, daunting goal … that you just avoid dealing with it or thinking about it … because it feels like it'll never be possible? … Those online calculators drive me nuts. … They're like freeways with no on-ramp. … They tell you to go from parked at a red light … to 65 miles an hour … with no on-ramp to build up speed over time. … So here's a super helpful strategy … for building an on-ramp to your retirement goal. … It's called setting micro goals. … As you might've guessed from the name, … micro goals means setting small goals rather than large ones … and stringing them together … so that you can make a big progress over time. … Think of micro goals as too small to fail. …
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