It is possible...
I created this Money Files series to give you the opportunity to join me in a money conversation that is different than any you’ve ever heard before.
Instead of listening to me talk about how I work with clients, I decided to create a series of candid conversations with my clients so you can hear my clients celebrate their accomplishments and share the power of coaching. Over several episodes, I will share the conversations I’ve had with my clients about how their relationship with money has changed - and what new possibilities we created through our work together.
to change your relationship with money and rewrite your money story.
to get control of your emotional spending.
to consistently save for emergencies while also paying down debt.
to leave behind a life of stress and overwhelm when you think about managing your finances.
Are you trying to decide between saving money or paying down debt? You can do both by instead asking “How can I pay myself first?” Rethinking how and why you save money will allow you to save more, build financial confidence and take control of your financial life.
Are you making “good money,” but still struggling to meet your financial goals? The problem is that just making more money isn’t a dependable way to create the life you want. You need to give every single dollar a name, and today I’m walking you through that process.
Financial coaching with me helped Brent ditch the perfectionism that held him back from being confident about his ability to handle money. Hear how Brent transformed his relationship with money and detached his self worth from his account balance through our time working together.
We’re taught that life progresses in a linear fashion, but that isn’t always true for life or for your financial journey. It’s important to have your own back and know that you got this. Today, I’m sharing why you should celebrate your milestones and some examples to get you started.
Credit cards can be an excellent money tool, but are you using them in a financially mature way? Today, I’m helping you weigh the costs and benefits of credit cards in your life and giving you tips to build a better relationship with credit, so you can manage your money intentionally.
Even with a budget, overspending happens. It’s all about how you respond to overspending and having helpful tools in place to bring more intention to your spending. Today, I’m sharing common causes of overspending and 10 tips to help you go from reactive to proactive with your money.
Some of my clients are worried about starting over after financial changes or financial failures. But I’m here to give you the tools to shift from a fear-based mindset and instead take the steps to get back on the path to financial progress.
Managing finances as a couple can be tricky, especially when neither person is particularly confident with money. In this episode, you’ll learn how financial coaching helped Amy and Jennifer build a foundation to talk about their finances and advance their dream of moving across the country with their family.
If you’re like most of my clients, your money problems can be traced back to a lack of financial confidence. You recognize that you need to make a change, but you aren’t confident you can follow through. Luckily, financial confidence isn’t something you’re born with. It’s something you build.
Clients often search for a financial advisor when they’re looking to pay off debt, save more, or know if they’re doing the “right thing” with their finances. In this episode, you’ll learn the difference between a financial coach and a financial planner and how to choose which support you need financially.
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