Kim Butler, the founder of Prosperity Thinkers and an affiliate coach with Strategic Coach, elaborates on the financial and mental constructs we build to achieve the freedom we desire in our lives.
How can we help ourselves define what “enough” is? I have struggled with this question personally, along with many people that I care about and work with. So how would knowing the difference between an ideal and goals help us to answer this question?
Kim Butler, the founder of Prosperity Thinkers and an affiliate coach with Strategic Coach, elaborates on the financial and mental constructs we build to achieve the freedom we desire in our lives. Kim’s money journey began on her farm, where she and her sister looked after their dairy cows. This responsibility instilled in Kim a desire to take ownership of her life, a love for savings, and an entrepreneurial vision. She used her savings from selling milk to attend a private college debt-free and launch her career in finance.
Our conversation centers around two books written by Strategic Coach founder Dan Sullivan; Who Not How and The Gap and The Gain. Both books identify how we need to re-evaluate our personal and financial lives by understanding how our vision for life differs from the goals that we set.
Our ideal life is like the horizon, always in the distance and something we strive to achieve, while our goals are the measurable actions we need to take to help take us in that direction. However, measuring our progress by looking backward and not forward is a key concept in helping us bridge the Gap and live in the Gain!
Please enjoy my conversation with Kim Butler.