Make bite-size money goals
One study showed that the farther away a goal seems, and the less sure we are about when it will happen, the more likely we are to give up. So in addition to focusing on big goals (say, buying a home), aim to also set smaller, short-term goals along the way that will reap quicker results—like saving some money each week in order to take a trip in six months.
"Haste leads to exhaustion" they say, and it's a really accurate idea. For great achievements you always must go step by step, this guarantees a better process and better results than simply wanting to rush on everything.
If you accumulate a thousands of little actions you definitely will have an amount of positive outcomes, better than wanting to have a huge result by now.
Let's say you want to buy a car, just the idea seems fantastic and you already want to be there, but if you don't make a plan consisting of little movements that will take you to that moment, we'd say you're off to a very bad start.