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I think that this observation about how to keep action and motivation towards being financially committed is important but here is the problem I have. I also suffer from the initial burst of energy issue when thinking of things that I want to accomplish that motivate me to be financially thoughtful, but not only does my continued motivation falter but also my desire for what I want to do falters. That is, what if like myself that you can't figure out what you want long-term? I mean my interests typically hover around certain interests (ie, travel, going back to school, etc) but there are always short-term desires that pop into my mind and sometimes new long-term ideas as well. This then begins to confuse me and its hard for me to convince myself that my original desire to do whatever is now what I want to do.

Do you have any thoughts about that?


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