Imagine if Neil Armstrong thought “what if” for a second, can he be the first man who walks on the moon?
He worked hard to achieve his goals and proved himself to NASA. Out of 29 people three were chosen for the Apollo Mission and among them, Neil Armstrong was the only one chosen to be the first person who walks on the moon.
Just like us, he had his own goal to achieve and he was very determined to achieving them. He didn’t let his fear to be an obstacle on his path.
Though we have goals, we still fear to move on because of the possibilities.
We all have the infamous “what if” questions, especially in our financial life. Like,
“What if I cannot give proper education/life to my children?”
“What if I don’t reach my retirement age?”
“What if I cannot work till my retirement?”
“What if I need more money after my retirement?”
Ask question to raise your value, not to discourage you or hold you back from reaching your financial goals.
Be optimistic and don’t let your fears overpower you.
Watch, “4 Fears of Financial Planning” to overcome your fears.