We all make mistakes. From personal to professional, none of us are fully infallible. But a lot of times, when one of those mistakes is a financial one, we freak out. Because it can feel like the end of the world - we’ve dug a hole that traps us in bills, in debt and more. We’ve all felt that way, but that doesn’t mean it’s actually true.
Yes, financial mistakes are rough. They set us back and stress us out. But they’re not really the end of the world. I myself have a huge financial regret that I talk about in this episode. And while it was undoubtedly a mistake, it helped me learn how to move past it and help others to do the same. We tend to be our harshest critics, after all. So those feelings of helplessness and devastation, they spring from our own inner fears. Imagine if it were a loved one who came to you and said they were constantly beating themselves up over a mistake - you wouldn’t stand for that. You’d want them to pick themselves up and move forward without harboring self-resentment - so why not the same for you?
Financial regret is a common reality but it’s a mistake like any other. It’s best to learn from your mistakes and move forward. That way forward can seem like a distant struggle, so I share just how you should approach a situation and reframe your mindset.
In this week’s episode, I share my own struggle and how I moved past it, the three components of moving on, how to look at a financial regret in a new context and much more.
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