Season 3 | Episode 58

Zen Money Guardrails:

Creating Comfort with Your Financial Goals

May 24, 2021

Episode in a Nutshell:

Let’s talk about building boundaries for your money goals - what I call “Zen Money guardrails” - to help to make you feel more comfortable with your financial goals!


In this episode, we discuss:

That while setting financial goals, it helps our subconscious to set multi-tiered goals, where we look at different levels of the same financial goal. Your “base” goal is your business minimum, or what you need to keep everything moving in your business. Your “plus” goal is the next level of sales or pricing. And your “ultimate” goal is your stretch goal, that financial nirvana you’d love to see in your business. Having these tiers mapped out can help you stay on track, not freak out, and generally feel better about your progress as a business owner.


Show Highlights:

  • 0:45 - Zen Money Guardrails
  • 3:30 - Base Version
  • 6:30 - Plus Version
  • 7:20 - Ultimate Version

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Liz Lajoie, Zen Money Strategist & CFO

Liz Lajoie, the “Zen Money CFO”, helps entrepreneurs master their finances and grow thriving businesses that support their passions and advance their big missions.

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