Many people think they don’t have enough time or money to fulfil their goals. However, Lisa says it’s all about prioritisation. She recommends writing down your vision, and prioritising what’s important to you and what you want to achieve.
“If you want to save for an overseas holiday, maybe you don’t need to spend as much on clothes, or perhaps you could cut back how much money you spend eating out,” she says.
“That’s how I bought my first investment property. I would have loved to buy a brand new car, but it was more important to me to use that money I’d saved for something that would help my financial wellbeing,” she says. “I wanted an appreciating asset that would increase in value over time, rather than a depreciating asset that would drop in value.”