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What is the first step you must take to "stand in your truth" financially? A. Create a personal cash-flow statement that enables you to compare your monthly income and expenses. B. Write down your
financial goals and say them aloud daily. C. Examine the mistakes your parents made with money and vow not to repeat them. D. Find five ways to trim your expenses by at least 10%.
What is the first step you must take to "stand in your truth" financially? Answer: B. Write down your financial goals and say them aloud daily.
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