November 2021 Monthly Goals

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Every month, I like to set five goals to accomplish. One in personal finance, health, social, learning and career/business. A goal is a future envision, result, or experience that is planned to be achieved. We all have things we want to achieve, but until we have a plan, those wants are wishes, not goals. For November 2021, my goals are: 

  • Determine top 5 investment goals
  • 3 sets of weightlifting 4x a week
  • Call 1 friend each Saturday
  • Read for 30 minutes a day
  • Post 1 blog post a week

Determine Top 5 Investment Goals

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My favorite part of personal finance is investing. Not to be confused with trading, investing is spending money to generate a profit. Now investing involves risks, but investing without a goal blindly increases those risks. Investment goals answer the question why, how much, what and how long. An example is investing to achieve $1M for retirement in 40 years. In November, I want to define my top 5 investment goals. Once this is complete, I can then plan my execution.

3 sets of Weightlifting 4x a Week

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Fitness is a very important part of life. After all, health is wealth. I mean, who wants to gain wealth and not be healthy enough to enjoy it. My motivation for this goal is to get back in shape and build upon my progress from October. I will achieve this by habit, stacking on top of my previous goal of running one mile at least 4 days a week. My goal is to run 1 mile and complete 3 sets of weight lifting at least 4 days a week.

Call 1 Friend each Saturday

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I’ve built many relationships over the years. It’s difficult to stay in contact with people when you don’t see them often or live near them. I’ve been guilty of this myself. Now communication takes two people for it to work. However, that doesn’t mean I can’t be the first one to reach out. So my goal is to call one friend every Saturday to continue to foster the habit of staying connected.

Read for 30 Minutes a Day

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I was that kid growing up who loved to read and lived for the book fairs. I remember countless times I would stay up reading after bedtime in the dark until I fell asleep. This year I’ve been a sporadic reader. I would start reading a book every day and then stop to pick back up weeks later. Then, either never finishing it or finally finishing it months later. I still love to read, but haven’t built up the habit of reading. In November, I will continue to pursue my goal of reading for 30 minutes a day. I still have not determined the time and place that works best for me. This will be my primary focus for this month.

1 Blog Post a Week

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I’ve finally got back into the groove of consistently posting weekly on the blog. Consistency is a key to success but is easier said than done. To keep my streak alive, I will continue to develop my habit of writing and build my system of posting. In doing so, I will turn my goal of posting to the blog every week into a habit.

Final Thoughts

We all have goals, whether or not we acknowledge them. It’s hard to track something you don’t know. Writing our goals and making them known is the first step to making them a reality. Make sure you aren’t the only one who knows about them. Accountability is one of the secret tools to achieving goals. After all, that’s one reason I’m sharing mine.

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Determine your monthly goals and share them.

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