It is well known that New Year’s Resolutions fail long before we reach the end of the first quarter of the year. According to Psychology Today, psychologists have boiled it down to 4 main factors:
- Your goals aren’t clear.
- You feel overwhelmed.
- You feel discouraged.
- You aren’t ready to change.
Why should you make getting your estate plan your resolution this year? Well, here at IEP, we can help eliminate those four factors that make it hard to keep a resolution and make your 2020 resolution one you keep.
Your goals aren’t clear.
So why should you be getting your estate planning done, what’s the motivation behind this goal?
The motivation behind this is easy, even if you don’t realize it yet; you care about your future, your spouse, and your family. Getting your plan in order now helps you plan for your future. Your plan can take care of your spouse, provide guidance, and eliminate stress for your family.
You feel overwhelmed.
That’s okay. Lay that on us. We’ve got the experience and know-how to make this as painless and straightforward as possible. From the moment you call in, you will know exactly what to expect, where the process is headed, what you should expect from us, and what we expect of you. We aren’t fans of surprises, so we will keep your informed every step of the way.
You feel discouraged.
The most common reasons people become discouraged with their resolutions is that they aren’t seeing progress towards their goal. The second you call Bill in our office, you will set the wheels in motion to see progress. When you decide that we are the right fit for you and your family, we will set a number of appointments that will show you exactly when you will make progress on your plan.
You aren’t ready to change.
The best part of this goal? You don’t have to work on a big, transformational change. All you have to do is make a phone call and talk to Bill here in our office. After that, all you have to do is show up. No gym time, no cardboard tasting food, no going without a vice.