I could go on all day about how creating and living on a monthly cash flow plan is the sure fire way to achieve your financial goals. I could list how our family has built a financial safety net all because we have a plan to tell our money what to do. I could show you how giving every dollar a job on paper before the month begins cuts an extraordinary amount of waste in your spending.
And this would appeal to some of you.
But there are many of you reading this post who want something more for your money, but you’re so overwhelmed, frustrated, and angry that you honestly believe that these results are for others: people with less debt or a better paying job or a different spouse.
Let me say this: I get it.
I know you’re so steeped in conflict and stress about your money that you’ve nearly given up. You’ve resigned yourself to a life living paycheck to paycheck, no savings, and a revolving car and credit card payment.
And you’re convinced that you will always have conflict with your spouse when it comes to money.
But, what if there’s a way out? What if I showed you a way to manage your money that wasn’t complicated, didn’t require more income, and provided a platform for you and your partner to finally be on the same financial page?
Master Your Budget is what you’ve been searching and hoping for.
Read what happened to Molly’s family when they took the Master Your Budget course earlier this year:
First of all my husband wasn’t really thrilled with it but he watch the videos with me and I got him on board.
I always thought we were really good with money and I think that over the years for the most part we have been, but this has truly revolutionized everything. I have been trying to pay off debt and get an emergency fund going for the last two years and have been unsuccessful. Within two months we had the thousand dollars in our emergency account and I’ve never felt better. That has been HUGE!
Also the next biggest thing I would say is my husband and I don’t quibble about money anymore. He gets his money and he can do whatever he wants with it and there’s no at the end of the month, “What was spent at Walmart?” or “What did you get here?”
We are still learning and navigating the new system and there are things we need to find tune. But I would say [taking this course] has been life-changing. We aren’t overspending and we start each month in the green instead of backpedaling. And I can see that our financial goals are going to come to fruition much quicker than the way we were doing it before.
Molly’s family has not only saved up a starter emergency fund, but they also paid off two debts in LESS THAN THREE MONTHS. They didn’t get a raise or an inheritance. They simply started telling their money what to do before the money landed in their checking account.
But do you know what’s more impressive to me? Molly and her husband aren’t fighting about money anymore. They have peace in their home. They are finally on the same team financially.
Are you ready to experience the same freedom that Molly and her family have experienced?
Registration for Master Your Budget is now open and the course begins Monday, June 27. Find out more about the course and enroll HERE.
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