You cannot do it on your own. It's as simple as that. This is why singles have it so much harder than married couples when it comes to devising a plan and getting out of debt.
Singles obviously do not have to answer to anyone, but the downside is that singles do not have to answer to anyone. Do you have someone in your life that you can share with? Even if you're married you may need someone outside your family to share with and hold you accountable. I do that every Thursday morning with a great friend of mine.
Circle the number below each of the next 3 questions to find out where you stand. 1= Disagree Completely 5= Agree Completely
I'm willing to let down my guard with a trusted friend and reveal private thoughts, admit failures and share even the tough things.
1 2 3 4 5
I'm honest and consistent with my thoughts and words even when I have a hard truth to share with a friend.
1 2 3 4 5
I can acknowledge when someone else may be right and can even accept a friend calling my action into question, even if it is not delivered perfect.
1 2 3 4 5
The name of a person I am willing to share truth in my life is: _
If you cannot fill that blank in, then you have some work to do. A church is a great place to start, but you can also get closer to your neighbors and friends.
Do not make the mistake of doing life on your own. Life is far too important to go through alone. This is the very reason that those who have a professional coaching relationship or simply a great friend in their life do so well.
Justin Lukasavige is a Personal & Business Coach, and owner of Lukas Coaching. You can view more free articles, download free books, and become a member of the Reader's Group at no cost by visiting http://www.lukascoaching.com
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