Would You Rather?

My job as a financial coach is really fun! In groups people get a little crazy, but one-on-one people are really cool! I get to work with the most interesting people and see the most fascinating parts of them – the way they make decisions and how they intentionally change something. I have worked inContinue reading “Would You Rather?”

The Perfect System

I came across this resource today. Rich Litvin is currently a very wealthy man who coaches some of the highest earning and achieving people in the world. He started out BROKE. As his business grew, he still found himself struggling with money. In a moment of epiphany on a plane ride, he created this visualContinue reading “The Perfect System”

Money Trouble #4 – Managing Money Should Come Naturally

Have you ever looked around and wondered, “How come I’m the only one who can’t seem to figure this out??? You look at coworkers or old school mates who seem to have the money thing figured out but you can’t see how the numbers are adding up. I have worked in ministry positions and listenedContinue reading “Money Trouble #4 – Managing Money Should Come Naturally”

Money Trouble #1 – Wealth is Evil

Money Trouble #1 – Fear of financial success; wealth is evil and undesirable The scriptures are loaded with examples of people whom God joyfully blessed with great prosperity for civil behavior and sound economic practices. Christ himself gave the parable of the talents (a talent is a large sum of money) which is a clearContinue reading “Money Trouble #1 – Wealth is Evil”

Education with Best Return on Investment

I wish I got paid a dollar for every time someone said, “Oh, I wish someone had taught me how to manage money when I was young. I should have taken a college class on it or something.” Have you ever wished this? What is stopping you now? Erroneous teachings and a lack of financialContinue reading “Education with Best Return on Investment”

Dear Readers,

I am asking for your help. I have been obsessed with budgets and investing and all things money since I was a teenager. As I went through the process of deciding what I wanted to do when I grew up, I knew I loved all things money, but I did not want to manage otherContinue reading “Dear Readers,”