Whether you want to take control of your finances and manage them yourself or you want to be able to understand and manage your advisors, we have tools and strategies to help you!
Gone are the days when you could turn over something as important as your money life and walk away. You must be involved because you have to live with the outcome — good or bad.
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- Breaking money news.
- Action items you can implement to improve your finances.
- A Word of the Week feature to expand your knowledge base and inspiring interviews to help you stay on track.
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–“Patricia proves that it doesn’t take a lot of time to make the most of your money. She’s consistent, professional and gives really useful advice.”
–“I love this show because of the way she breaks down financial management in layman’s terms.”
–“Great tips and money advice…I’m already thinking about money differently.”
Achieve Your Goals. Feel the Fear and DO IT Anyway! Decide to take charge. Review your personal and/or business finances and take steps to move forward.
Your financial life is like a giant puzzle that connects all of the major areas of your life. Each piece impacts the others, so even small changes over time can lead to major shifts.
Don’t let these common myths hold you back…
Myth #1: Managing your money should be intuitive and you need to figure it out on your own.
Truth: Nothing could be further from the truth. Managing your money is a learned skill just like driving a car or any other skill. The more you learn the better you can be at building wealth and achieving financial independence.
Myth #2: The key to financial independence is to make a lot of money.
Truth: You cannot earn your way to sustainable financial independence because if you don’t manage it, it will go away. We’ve seen this scenario play out with athletes and other professionals who earned it and then lost it all. Earning money is just one-half of the equation — managing it is the other half.
Myth #3: If you don’t earn a lot of money, you don’t need to worry about managing it.
Truth: Managing your money is important regardless of how much you earn. In fact some would argue that the less money you earn, the more important it is to manage it because you have limited resources.
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To be a successful business person, it takes more than just being good at what you do, you also have to be good at managing your money.
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Minding or managing your money is so important for business owners. The main reason to go into business is to build a business that makes you money, but if you don’t understand the basics and your numbers, you may severely limit your ability to be successful.
The truth is, in today’s society you can’t just turn your money matters over to someone else and hope for the best. Even if you have an accountant or bookkeeper, remember their primary job is to take what has already happened and report on it — not to make future or forward thinking decisions for your business.
There are tons of money-related business decisions that have to be made everyday, and the buck or the decision stops with you so, if you have questions or you aren’t sure what to do regarding your money matters — get answers!
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