Don’t Sell Yourself Short When It Comes to Finance

November 21, 2016 by Amanda Blankenship

Dont Sell Yourself Short
The history of the human race is riddled with people who sell themselves short. However, if you are looking to better your financial situation the worst thing you could do is sell yourself short.

If you are like most people you’ve probably sold yourself short more than once in your life. Bringing in extra cash, saving or bettering your financial situation in any way becomes much easier when you believe in yourself. Don’t sell yourself short, take advantage of what you’ve got to offer and put yourself out there.

A huge number of people fail to meet their goals (financially and otherwise) by selling themselves short. Here are a few ways to achieve your goals and be confident in reaching them:

See What Other People Are Doing

One of the biggest ways people sell themselves short is lacking the motivation to get where you want to be. One of the best ways to motivate yourself is to find someone you look up to. For example, if you want to be as rich as Donald Trump you would look to him for financial advice and possibly even follow some of his business plans. Take notes from what others are doing and use what you’ve learned to better yourself.

Identify Your Talents

Although you may not think you have any talents, you do. Don’t sell yourself short and try identifying those talents and marketing them. Megan Fox, for instance, always knew that she wanted to be an actress. She began training at the young age of five and continued working on that throughout her entire life. If you are good at something, hone in on that and try and make some cash from it. Then you can create a more stable financial nest egg.

What is Your Motivation?

What motivates your need to better your finances and yourself? Do you want to do this for your new family? Do you want to save $10,000 to buy a new car? There have been a plethora of people that needed to gain immediate control of their finances for the sake of their families and kept their families as their motivation. Whatever your motivation is you must identify it and make every move about achieving your goals. Reward yourself occasionally to maintain your motivation levels and remember don’t sell yourself short! You can do it.

Take the Plunge

Once you’ve decided not to sell yourself short, identified your talents, goals and motivation you are ready to take the plunge. Whatever your goals may be it is time to take the plunge and make them happen. The new year is a great time to set new savings goals, career goals and better your finances overall. As long as you don’t sell yourself short you can manage to reach each and every one of your goals.

If you’ve got a goal, go for it. Don’t sell yourself short. Keep these things in mind and make your goals (financial and personal) happen.

Have you ever sold yourself short and not met goals because of it? 

Photo: Chris & Karen Highland

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