Let's think for a moment about the women in our lives who are miserable. Do you think these women feel they aren't in control of their lives? Have you ever felt this way?
I sure have!!
Women who come to me with money problems find out quickly that any woman can gain control of how she earns money and where it goes - and feel pleased with her financial situation. It's all in how she looks at it. I've created many resources to help change that perspective. These are the top 3 resources I've created to help women break bad money habits and feel in control:
First, I created a blog to help moms replace their money worries with knowledge & action.
Second, I created a book.
Then, I released the audiobook version of "39 Keys to Money Success for The 39 Forever Mom."
why should every mom should listen to the #39KeysAudiobook (narrated by me!), while driving her kids around and walking her dog?
1. I've broke many bad money habits during my seven years as a financial coach, and I've helped many others do the same. I'm going to share with you how I did this in the #39KeysAudiobook.
I made heaps of money mistakes in my twenties. My money perspective was limited due to lack of knowledge. I didn't know how to take action to improve my financial situation.
Immediately after beginning my career in finance in 2010, Junior Achievement asked me to volunteer to share lessons about money with middle school. After experiencing Junior Achievement's excellent programs, and discovering that there are many schools across Canada which don't get access to JA's programs, I have worked hard to encourage other financial professionals to volunteer and spread the word about the financial literacy programs available through JA. I have donated $1 from every paperback #39KeysBook I've sold to Junior Achievement and will continue to do so from all Audiobook & E-Book sales. Thank you for joining me in making sure all Canadian children get to learn JA's valuable lessons by donating, spreading the word & volunteering.
As well as seeking the best opportunities for themselves, women care deeply about the success of their children. They know what an advantage it is for their children to have access to professional financial coaching as early as possible. My passion for sharing easy to understand financial knowledge with young adults and teenagers is a huge part of why I wrote a book, and it's also why I continue to share Junior Achievement programs with middle school students year after year.
2. I didn't create this book to be a bestseller. I wrote it simply because I know it will help you and your children.
I don't care if I hit even ONE bestseller list. I don't want to be a full-time author. I want to continue to divide my work hours between:
A) gathering information about my clients' money problems and presenting my ideas of how to overcome their problems, and
B) turning these true stories of money problems to money successes into free content I can share with the world.
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