The First Step to Financial Freedom
Let's have a conversation about Money.
Have you ever had thoughts like these? Or perhaps you’ve heard others say similar things during conversations:
“I’ve never made above $___________ (you fill in the blank) . . . growing up, my family always lived hand-to-mouth and that’s how I’ll be too . . ."
“I’m always in debt.”
“I’m just not meant to be a successful person, a rich person . . . a happy person . . . (or whatever it is that eludes us).”
“I want to get more knowledge about managing money, but it’s too late now. I’ll always be broke.”
“I’ve managed to accumulate a bit of savings, buy a home and a car . . . but now I can’t seem to get to the next level.”
Those are all BELIEFS we have about ourselves.
Many times, we choose to believe that our financial status, our socio-economic status, is immovable: we are where we are, and that's how we'll stay. BUT that's all it is - a belief, a thought that you have come to understand as true. You can change your beliefs.
As a coach, I work with clients to open the pathways so they can choose new beliefs about themselves.
If you are comfortable where you are right now and know where you're headed, then I hope you are guiding others with your wisdom. Sometimes, it doesn't even require words - all that is necessary is to be a responsible role model.
If, however, you (or someone you know) continues to struggle to move up the ladder and can't seem to get to the next rung, then I hope you'll read on. And I hope you will join in my next "Money Conversation: The First Step to Financial Freedom."
On the day we are born, we're all given a starting point. Some are further along the financial pathway than others. But EACH OF US can choose to improve our situation.
What I believe is that how we look at ourselves . . . what we believe about ourselves, is really the driver that gets us there.
A recent article on the Fox Business News website (Sept 9, 2017) provided statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau and Federal Reserve showing that on average in America, households owe around $16,000 in credit card debt. Collectively that adds up to about $1 trillion in debt. And if that’s not enough to get your attention, they determined the average interest rate to pay off all that debt is hovering around 18.7%. Yikes!
If this is part of your reality - then it's time to join in the conversation.
There is another way. And it all begins with you.
Are You Ready to Change the Way You Feel About Money?
If you are ready to change your relationship with money and want to have a transformational experience, then I hope you will join in this 50-minute webinar.
You will learn about my 6 Strategies to get you to Financial Freedom. And we'll focus on the first one: Changing our habits and beliefs about money. It's fun, it's enlightening - and I know you'll walk away with new things to think about.
Make this THE YEAR that you change your relationship with money and start creating new opportunities for success!
There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle.
The other is as though everything is a miracle.
-- Albert Einstein --