Challenge Yourself

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Are you interested in increasing your personal financial stability? Most of us are. One method of doing this is to Challenge Yourself. You’ll need a goal or multiple goals. Write them down and get ready to succeed.

Now that you have a goal to strive for, make a list of variable loan bills to lower, and have an understanding as to why it’s crucial to compare cost, risks, and benefits before making a purchase, you’re now ready to Challenge Yourself to succeed.

Are you wondering how you are supposed to Challenge Yourself?

Take for example a track runner/sprinter who can run the 100m sprint in 10.6 seconds. What do you think this runner will do next? He/She will challenge themselves to beat that 10.6 time the next sprint.

The point is, this runner is continually pushing him or herself to do better. The challenge is to strive for a faster time each and every time they run the 100m sprint. The same thing applies to your personal finances and saving efforts. You will want to Challenge Yourself to beat the amount you save each and every month.

When you Challenge Yourself to save as much as possible, you inspire yourself to succeed. Because you are faced with this “CHALLENGE” you’ll begin thinking thoughts like, “If I was able to save $75 this month, there’s no reason why I couldn’t save $85 next month.” If you were able to save $84 in January, your challenge goal for February is to beat that amount. In other words, to save more than $84 in the month of February.

Kick start your competitive spirit and Challenge Yourself to do your best.

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Offers provided to customers feature rate may no greater than 35.99% APR with terms from 61 days to 180 months. However, your actual rate depends on credit score, loan amount, loan term, and credit usage and history, and will be agreed upon between you and the lender. An example of the total amount paid on a personal loan of $5,000 for a term of 36 months at a rate of 10% would be equivalent to $5,808.09 over the 36-month life of the loan.