It doesn’t ever seem to be enough to do some things right, we condemn ourselves for what we know we aren’t doing right. Why? I don’t know, but it seems to be a normal human reaction. I see many people that end up hating the budget because it brings past mistakes to the forefront and they focus on that rather than the efforts they are making to change. I see people deciding not to start saving for retirement because they started too late. We need to focus on what we do right and surround ourselves with anything that helps us with our goals. If you want to lose weight, you don’t go hang out in the fast food restaurants expecting success. You walk, go to meetings, read magazines about health and exercise, and anything else that will encourage you, inspire you or inform you. If you want to reach the height of financial success, you surround yourself with the same things: inspiration, encouragement, and information. You really can’t hear it or see it enough. Maybe that is why you are even reading this blog. Every tiny tidbit of information will be one more bit of fuel that will thrust you from the “fail” side to the “win” side. Therefore, I just thought I would share the idea with you. Read it, hear it, and think it.