Why not reflect on 2019? So many people are so quick to rush into 2020 without pausing to look back at what 2019 meant. Let's take a moment and list out your cherished moments, people and accomplishments from last year. I call this a gratitude assessment. Fill out this form and allow yourself to feel … Continue reading Before you set goals…
When I was in the Air Force we had an annual performance review that let us know where we stood in terms of meeting standards as well as in comparison with our peers. You know, we'd be rated on our job knowledge, our fitness, our conduct and more. After listening to Jokko Willink on the … Continue reading Self-assesmsent: How would you rate?
Hey friend! This year, you can give your friend another scarf. Or, you can give your son & daughter in law another movie. You can even give your brother another video game. OR! This year you can give them a totally unique gift. You can give them a gift that will help them dream again, … Continue reading Give the gift of financial coaching
As a Preferred Ramsey Coach, I happily coach my clients through the baby steps. Even after helping hundreds of folks, it never gets more complicated or less simple than these magical steps. If you think it is, that's when you need to reach out to me for 1-on-1 coaching and I'll help you. Step 1: … Continue reading Your step-by-step path to financial freedom
You may have "accidentally" gained a few pounds or gotten out of shape. But it's not going to be an accident to lose them and get in shape. It's going to be according to a plan. You need a plan for your nutrition and you need a plan for your fitness. The good news is we can make this plan according to YOU. It doesn't have to be someone else's running / keto plan. Unless you like running and don't like carbs. No, we can come up with a REALISTIC plan that you'll actually stick to and enjoy.
If you don't know how to use a budget, don't feel bad. Only about 32% of households use a budget according to a Gallup poll. Think about how much debt you have. Go ahead, I'll wait. Add up the car payments, student loan payments, furniture payments, credit card payments and whatever else is lurking behind that credit score. What could you do with that money every month? What if that money was paying for your future instead of your past?
I love Mondays, they’re my favorite! (Did you picture Will Ferrell from the Elf?) One of my favorite exercises on a Monday is what we call a thought download or a brain dump. Here’s what you do: Get a blank piece of paper. Set a 10 minute timer. Dump all your thoughts onto that paper!Don't stop until … Continue reading Thought download today!
A survey of 100 marriage counselors revealed that the #1 cause for divorce is poor communication. That's not surprising to you, is it?
In fact, I'd venture to say your own relationship struggles also stem from poor communication, be it a spouse, a teenager or a coworker. Am I right?
Think back to your childhood. Was your mom stressed out? Did you seem to somehow miss the mark with her expectations often? 👧🧑🧒🧑👧 What was the thing you REALLY wanted from your mom? Was it more clothes? Was it for her to be skinnier? Was it for her to do the dishes more or keep … Continue reading What your kids really want from you
Food is the most important thing you can buy with your money. Well, that was dramatic, wasn't it? But it's true. Besides oxygen and water, food is the most basic survival need. Now, most of us are blessed in that we don't wonder where our next meal is coming from or if we can afford … Continue reading How to tame your food budget