October 23rd we held our first Certainty Summit: A quarterly event for our Diamond Members designed to help them stay on the path towards Financial Certainty and “Wealth” (getting closer to the things that actually matter to you)
Getting clear on your priorities
Getting clear on your current position
Identifying and defining the gap between your current position and your priorities.
Strategically planning to close the gap:
In the shortest amount of time possible
With the least amount of risk possible
Along the “Financial Certainty Path” there are built in check points as well as “life events” that could trigger us to change course/strategy moving forward. The Certainty Summit is one of those predetermined checkpoints. In October we covered:
Re-examining our priorities and preferences, as they drive strategy. We have our members ask a couple of questions here:
Have my priorities changed? If so, how?
Given what I know now, would I opt back into the situation I am currently in? (Investor Frame) The answer to this question drives a 90 day action plan.
Once priorities are clear and we’ve applied the Investor Frame we can help our members spend the next 90 days taking action that gets them closer to what they really want.
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Here’s to hoping you end this year strong.
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