fitness means a lot of things.
And it’s not just about money.
Think of people you know who are physically fit, or the athletes
you admire most. The types of things they do for physical fitness
are similar to the types of things you’ll do for financial
Athletes practice good nutrition every day to stay fit. They also
learn new skills so they can become more fit. Financial fitness kind
of works the same way. You practice good money and credit management
every day. And you learn new skills so you can manage money and credit
Challenge, Action, Results
Athletes also deal with challenges,
take action, and get results. Think of a professional
basketball player in a playoff game. She
gets the ball. She’s being blocked. The clock is running. She
has to score points. This player has a challenge (she’s blocked;
the clock is running), needs to take action (shoot the ball), and
get results (score points).
In your quest for financial fitness, you also have to deal with challenges
(get finances under control), take action (pay bills on time; reduce
debt), and get results (improve credit and cash flow).
This Web site shows you how credit, financial fitness,
and owning a home are all connected. Our recipes are
designed to guide you to
the result you seek: a simple, decent, place to live—a Habitat
for Humanity home!
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