In my daily work as a financial life planner, I work with clients who are experiencing a wide range of life situations and emotions.
Think heartbreaking tragedies to fist-pumping triumphs, everyday victories to small defeats.
But the common thread—the link that strings all these experiences together—is the very human desire we each have: to wrap your arms around your dreams. To be clear about what matters most.
Because that clarity is the high-octane fuel that will lead you to mastering your money life—to making it serve you rather than the other way around.
The other fuel—no less powerful, but 10x more horrifying—is that sheer terror when you’re out of hope and despair is a constant companion. When you literally don’t know what to do. Maybe you’re drowning in debt. Or you’re on the cusp of losing your home. Or you’re just tired of living life on the razor’s edge, knowing one wrong move will bring life as you’ve known it crashing down around you.
If you’re ready to transform your relationship with money, I’ve got you covered.
I’ve poured every ounce of my passion for getting people unstuck, my experience and training into my newest book: The Feel Rich Project.
Available starting June 22, it’s a uniquely personal experience. You’ll learn how your life experiences created your money beliefs and habits—and how to replace destructive money habits with those that support your vision of a happy life.
More as we get closer to the publish date—including some special bonuses just for early buyers.
I wanted you, as part of my Circle to hear about it first.
As always, feel free to drop me a note. I read every single one…
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