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Try the JGW 70-Day Financial Fitness Challenge

Try the JGW 70-Day Financial Fitness Challenge

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JG Wentworth

April 28, 2023

1 min

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According to a study from University College London, it takes just over two months on average for a person to form a habit.

When it comes to improving your financial life, it takes discipline and consistency. You need to commit to yourself to form healthy financial habits and meet your goals.

That’s why we’ve started the 70-Day Financial Fitness Challenge!

Want to know how the challenge works? Our free, printable worksheet can help you get organized and track your progress.

Sources cited

1. Clear, J. (n.d.). How long does it actually take to form a new habit? (backed by science). James Clear. Retrieved from https://jamesclear.com/new-habit

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