This was once my happy place: spreadsheets galore, color-coded charts singing sweet symphonies of efficiency, every dollar accounted for with precision that would make a drill sergeant weep tears of joy. As a CFO, I reveled in crafting corporate budgets, wielding them like financial Excaliburs, slaying the beast of departmental overspending. But here’s the twist: […]

Financial Planning, Mindfulness, Personal Finance

April 13, 2024

Budgets are for businesses, not people

Picture this: a sudden car repair bill lands in your inbox, your pet needs unexpected surgery, or your roof decides to play peek-a-boo with the sky. Panic sets in, your heart races, and that familiar knot of “oh-no” twists in your stomach. Sound familiar? Enter the trusty “emergency fund,” often viewed as a financial safety […]

Financial Planning, Money Mindset, Personal Finance

Why Your “Emergency Fund” Needs a Peace of Mind Upgrade

March 29, 2024

Not sure what money coaching is all about? Forget the deprivation diets and rigid spreadsheets you’ve heard money gurus touting! Money management isn’t about punishment or restriction; it’s about empowerment, freedom, and living your most vibrant life. But let’s be honest, traditional financial advice often feels dry, impersonal, and disconnected from your deepest desires. That’s where I […]

Financial Planning, Money Management, Money Mindset

March 22, 2024

Why my money coaching is different

Saving. It’s the financial superhero we all know we need, yet some days, navigating the world of savings accounts feels like deciphering ancient hieroglyphics. Fear not! I’m going to unravel the mysteries of various savings accounts, empowering you to choose the right one for your financial goals. First things first, let’s acknowledge the elephant in […]

Financial Planning, Goal Setting, Personal Finance

Demystifying Savings Accounts

March 15, 2024

Hold onto your dreams, aspiring moguls! While a hefty bank account undoubtedly plays a role in reaching millionaire status, let’s dispel the myth that it’s the sole key. Turns out, the secret sauce simmering beneath the surface is something far less tangible, yet infinitely more crucial: time. It’s time to ditch the “get rich quick” schemes […]

Financial Planning, Goal Setting, Personal Finance

February 23, 2024

Time or Money – You Only Need a Lot of One to Become a Millionaire

Remember that “new year, new me” rush? The vow to conquer Everest-sized financial goals, including mastering the first ascent? We’ve all been there, only to hit February and find our gym memberships gathering dust alongside guilt-coated resolutions. But here’s the truth: it’s not too late to change your financial trajectory. This year, let’s ditch the […]

Financial Planning, Goal Setting, Personal Finance

You Can Achieve Your Financial Goals This Year (It’s Not Too Late!)

February 2, 2024

The fireworks fade, confetti settles, and our New Year’s resolutions echo in our minds. We vow to become gym-dwelling athletes, voracious readers, or culinary wizards. But by February, gym memberships gather dust, unread books mock us from shelves, and takeout reigns supreme. Why does this cycle of ambition and abandonment define our attempts at change? […]

Financial Planning, Goal Setting, Visioning

January 26, 2024

Here’s why New Year’s Resolutions Don’t Work

We’ve all been told the mantra: you must pay off debt, it’s bad. Avoid it like the plague, live frugally, and watch your nest egg grow slowly at best. But step into the rarified air of the ultra-wealthy, and you’ll find a vastly different relationship with debt. It’s not a dirty word, it’s a tool. […]

Financial Planning, Money Management, Personal Finance

Don’t Just Pay Off Debt, Make it Pay Off For You

January 19, 2024

In the personal finance world, there’s a mantra that echoes through the advice of many money gurus: “When it comes to money, only spend on needs, not wants.” It’s a refrain we’ve all heard a million times, a drumbeat of frugality that urges us to forsake desire for necessity. But wait, does that really align […]

Financial Planning, Money Management, Personal Finance

January 8, 2024

Let’s end the “only spend on needs” nonsense

In the fast-paced dance of life, learning to manage your cash is a skill that can either lead to financial freedom or keep you tethered to the paycheck-to-paycheck struggle.

Financial Planning, Money Management, Personal Finance

Want a better way to manage your cash? Aim for a $0 balance.

January 1, 2024

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