What is Wealth Coaching?

As a dedicated  wife, mother and businesswoman, I understand wealth is not only measured by assets, but also by other things like, spirit, health, intellect, emotions, family and community.

While material wealth certainly means comfort, it’s only one aspect of being wealthy. When you realize a lifelong dream, reach a new understanding of life, deepen your relationships with family and friends, and renew your spirit – that is true wealth.

We all know you should be investing as you succeed in your business or career. But what should you invest in? In my coaching, I help you learn how to invest in every aspect of wealth, with your values, toward your goals.  That means more than just putting money in a 401(k), IRA or the stock market. It means more than trying to achieve double-digit returns. It means envisioning your life years from now, and implementing strategies today that will cause you to live your life on purpose with passion and accomplish your goals.

Here’s my approach:
As your coach I believe you are the expert in your life and work. You have a unique God given purpose. You are innovative and resourceful.  I also believe you were created by a loving God who desires to guide and direct you with discernment, timing and priorities for your daily life and business.

My goal is to cooperate with His work in you through a personalized coaching program that will provide knowledge and resources to identify, prioritize and implement your personal and business strategies.

I Help You:

Define Your Unique Individual Purpose

Rekindle the Passion For Your Life

Clarify Your Values

Establish Your Personal, Financial and Business Objectives

Outline Your Short-Term and Long-Term Goals

Develop Your Purpose Directed Wealth Strategies®

Show You How to Stay On Track with my ProActive Today™ system

If you would like more information or want to schedule a coaching session you can contact me by clicking here

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