Ever feel like, even if you earn more money every year, you have nothing more to show for it?
Like every time your income goes up, your bills go up to match it (and eat it all up)?
You know you need to be smarter with money, or you’re going to be trapped on the debt hamster wheel all your life.
You know you need to spend less, get out of debt, and build wealth for later.
You don’t see what you could possibly give up and still enjoy life.
After all, It’s not like you’re out scarfing down caviar on a Lear Jet. You’re just spending on normal, everyday stuff.
What’re you going to do, start renting out a room in your house to backpacking drifters? Give up nice dinners and live on canned Goya
Good news: You don’t have to. Not when you work with me. Here’s why.
A) When you work with me, you’re not on a budget. You have a budget.
What’s the difference? I’ll explain: Being on a budget is restrictive. It’s about what you have to cut out. The words “I’m on a budget” usually follow the words “Sorry, I can’t.”
On the other hand, HAVING a budget is about knowing how much you have at your disposal to play with. It’s about using that discreet pile of dough for what’s important to you, so you can easily say no to what’s not.
B) I take out the guesswork.
Time and again, I’ve heard clients say, “Tell me what I can spend and I’ll stick to it.” It’s not that you have zero discipline. It’s that you’re spending blindly. And the opposite plan ends up being “just spend less.” That never works. I’ll deliver concrete spending guidelines so you always feel in control.
C) You can nail this money thing.
Yes, even if you weren’t born money-smart. Even if you feel you have naturally terrible habits, and think they’re ingrained for good.