Women come to me with a desire to overcome their money issues. Whether it be to get out of debt, organize their finances, buy a new home or get serious about saving more so they can make retirement a reality.
Studies indicate that 83% of women would like to get more involved in their finances in the next year.
More than anything what they really want is to create financial security, so they won’t be a bag lady in retirement.
To that end, one of the first steps I do with my clients is to have them connect to their Big Money Why.
However, anytime you set new goals, challenges do pop up. The biggest obstacle for most professional women today is they struggle with how to find the time to implement new financial habits when they simply don’t have any free time.
Have you ever noticed that no matter how busy we are, we always seem to find the time to do the things that really matter to us. So, in order to find the time to do the things necessary to reach your money goals, try motivating yourself by connecting to a vision for your financial success.
What’s the real purpose in reaching your money goals?
What’s your true heart’s desire for financial success?
That’s what I call your Big Money Why.
When you have a big enough WHY the HOW doesn’t matter.
If you truly want to reach your money goals this year, make a connection between your Big Money Why and creating the financial habits you’ll need to implement in order to make them a reality.
As an award-winning spiritual life & money coach who is highly trained in the financial & insurance services industry, my focus is women, healing and financial empowerment. Currently, I’m fascinated by the mind-body-money connection because this is where you truly release the blocks and patterns that are holding you back from enjoying the financial success you truly desire.
My goal is to help you break free of the blocks and patterns that hold you back in any aspect of your financial journey. But, more importantly, I want you to be able to retire with enough money to take care of your needs throughout your golden years (when you can no longer work), no matter how long you may live.