Financial Success Doesn’t Start in Your Wallet

Your emotions, beliefs and behavior affect your results, too

After completing the Financial Wheel, I realized how off my numbers were at the different stages, and how I really didn’t know how much I wanted to spend and earn…It helped me to see how I have to get clear. Steph C.

financial-successThe #1 mistake people often make about money is believing all you need to do is focus on the numbers to get the best results – however you define “best results.”

The problem with this line of thinking is that it overlooks an important detail: You don’t manage money – really. You manage choices.

That’s why I created the Financial Wheel exercise.

To help you make better, smarter choices with your money.

 

With the Financial Wheel…

You’re able to go beyond the numbers and discover precisely what role your emotions, beliefs and behavior play in the financial results you’re experiencing.

You’re able to feel more confident about the approach you’re taking as you work to change any aspect of your financial life – whether you currently feel your financial picture is a hot mess or the portrait of perfection.

You’re able to get clearer about where you are and where you want to be; to focus on where you need to be more discerning and perhaps even more creative; to identify what systems and tools need to be refined; and determine how your financial strategy and approach may need to be adjusted.

Ultimately, the purpose of the Financial Wheel is to help you work on your game-plan – strategy, tactics, benchmarks…the whole kit and caboodle – so you can achieve more financial success.

Do you want that? Is it worth about 20-minutes of your time?

If yes, enter your name and email below to download the mp4 and get the accompanying e-Course. This combo was created to help improve the quality of your choices so you can experience better results with your money — and your life.

Because after all, you don’t really manage money…you manage choices!

“…I liked how the Financial Wheel helped me focus on what I desire and more importantly why…” Jenny