Category: Budgeting

Do You Need A GPS For Your Money?

“I don’t know where my money is going!” Have you ever said this before? One of my coaching clients came to me with this common complaint. He had a six figure income, but he was having trouble paying his bills. He saw his money coming in, but he did not see where it was going. […]

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God & Money – What About The 90%?

God and money make many people think about tithing. Tithing is the practice of giving 10% of your income to the church. The second thing we think about is the scripture Malachi 3:8 – 10. Many Christians can quote these verses by heart because they have heard them so many times in church. Especially during […]

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Stop Procrastinating and Start Today!

Most, if not all, of us want to make a positive change in our lives. This is not new information. In fact, most of us have all of the information we need to make the change. We have watched videos, listened to speakers, and talked it over with more than one other person. Yet, we […]

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The Debt Epidemic

Epidemic – definition: a widespread occurrence of an infectious disease in a community at a particular time. We all know what it’s like to be in the midst of an epidemic. So many people are getting infected, while others are trying to avoid getting sick. People usually get infected by participating in activities with or […]

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Money Talk – A Budgeting Date

When many people think about marriage they think about love and romance. They have plans and goals. They are looking forward to starting a life together. One of the last things on your mind – well, maybe at the back of your mind – is money. However, money is one of the leading causes of […]

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Tracking Leads To Saving

When potential clients meet with me, overspending is commonly identified as one of the major obstacles keeping people from achieving their financial goals. They do not know where their money is going. Although they make decent money, they are convinced that they need to make more to solve their money problems. Before you decide where […]

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Saving When You Save

Saving is an important part of money management. It should be a part of everyone’s plan. However, saving is also very challenging for many. “How can I save when I don’t have enough money to pay my bills?” is a valid question that many ask. Debt and spendingĀ are two major obstacles people face as they […]

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Reset – Do What You Know To Do

We all have been in situations where we have relapsed. We fell off of the proverbial wagon and returned to behavior that we forsook for a better way of life. Whatever the reason – temptation, pride, weakness, etc. we decided go against our better judgement and not follow our plan. This can happen with money […]

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Unbelievable?! You Can Do It Too!

How long does it take to pay off $3,562 in loans if you are paying $1,318 per month in payments? 8 months if your Annual Percentage Rate (APR) is between 331% and 575%! Unbelievable, right?! One of my clients was paying those amounts. Every month he was paying $1,318 ($659 per check). Most of the […]

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You Have To Be Intentional

Many people have been forced to spend less during the current COVID – 19 crisis. They are spending less money on gas, eating out, and other expenses that were a part of their everyday lives. Many are realizing “extra” money in their accounts since they are spending less money. You have said for years that […]

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