How to Rein in the Financial Overwhelm
Are you hoping your financial life will get better? For many people, “better” means improving their finances. If you are left wondering what could possibly get worse—if your income’s been impacted and your debts have become overwhelming—realize that, with the right plan, your finances CAN improve. You can be free of debt. You can improve your earnings. You can invest for your future.

In fact, creating a “breakthrough goal” could truly transform your finances this year. While things may seem overwhelming now, solid finances are possible if you create a plan and focus on making small steps regularly. What kind of small steps? Write down all your debts and make an extra payment on the smallest one if you can. Move any extra money you get into savings or a retirement fund. Research simple ways to get investment help such as a mutual fund company or local financial planner. Talk with your spouse and kids about lowering expenses through low-cost fun, recycled fashions, home cooking, and cool volunteering options instead of expensive vacations.

Whatever breakthrough goal would change YOUR finances for the better, I’m here to help.

When I first started working with the founders of the Oola global coaching network to become a Certified Oola Life Coach, I discovered that their formula has over a million followers in 43 countries, with story after story on Oola’s Facebook page of people who had hit major financial goals. Some paid off over $100,000 in debt, others got better-paying jobs, and some even moved into their dream house.

Financial certainty IS possible. In fact, the 3-week Oola Coaching Program-Green Gap is a game-changer for anyone who wants to live with less stress around their finances. This year CAN be better regardless of your current situation.

To jump on a 15-minute chat to explore the idea of working together on your breakthrough financial goal, schedule a time by clicking the button below.

I’m here to help make this year a breakthrough year for you.


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