Making money and managing your finances well is the most important thing you can do in life.
Sure, a good job, having kids, giving back to the community, traveling…
Those are good things too, but without money those things are impossible.
Being good with money is more than being able to stick to a budget or knowing when to pay your bills.
It’s about being honest with yourself about what’s driving your financial decisions—and how those choices affect your life (in good or bad ways).
In Jared’s free online course, Mastering Your Personal Finances, you’ll gain the self-awareness to learn what drives your decision-making—and the confidence and peace of mind needed to take charge of your financial situation.
You don’t need to be good at math, have special smarts, or be a market ace to improve your finances.
You just need to get a couple things right. The rest falls into place.
Inside Mastering Your Personal Finances you’ll get the tools you need to fully control your finances starting today.
Grab your free course, Mastering Your Personal Finances, today and learn:
The one thing you must change to become good with money (it’s not spending habits).
Why it doesn’t matter what you do for a living or how much you make to take control of your money.
The truth about guilt-free spending so you don’t have to beat yourself up for buying a $4 latte.
How to know whether you’re truly good with money (or not).
The secret to successful budgeting—a flexible, personalized approach to money that doesn’t involve rigid rules.
How to bypass “generic” financial advice to develop your own principles about money that align with YOUR goals.
Plus much more!
Just enter your name and email address to get your copy (it’s free!)
Lesson 1: Am I Good with Money?
Lesson 2: You Need to Change How You Think About Money
Lesson 3: Who Am I?
Lesson 4: And Why Did I Write This Report?
Lesson 1: Debt Is the Enemy
Lesson 2: Your Debt Is Unproductive
Lesson 3: You Should Be a Bad Customer of the Bank
Lesson 4: Ramen, Alpo, or Option Three
Lesson 5: Next Steps
Lesson 1: Do I Need a Budget?
Lesson 2: Save Until It Hurts
Lesson 3: First Rule of Life: There Are No Rules
Lesson 4: Next Steps
Lesson 1: Avoiding Retirement Own Goals
Lesson 2: Next Steps