When was the last time someone asked you how your finances were running? For that matter, when was the last time you asked yourself? Checked under the hood lately? Not in a long time? Never? Well, girl, you’ve come to the right place:
Deb’s Financial Garage for
YOUR PERSONAL MONEY MAKEOVER.
When you think about it, finances are a lot like cars: They protect us from the elements, keep us moving, and, when properly maintained, take us to places we’d like to go.
Like your car, your finances require regular attention. Let’s talk for a minute about getting under the hood, which can be a confusing and intimidating process. To the average eye, the first glance appears to be a jumble of parts and wires connecting A to B (or is it C?). This is a place at which many women throw up their hands and decide that:
- it’s too hard
- they can’t figure it out
Before you break a nail slamming down the hood–stop!
What’s needed at this time is not the white-flag of surrender, but the checkered flag of a trusted adviser and guide; a mechanic. Deb Schmitz, financial coach and advocate, is “The Women’s Money Mechanic.” She can take you through the steps to get your finances running at peak performance.
Deb specializes in helping women not only lose the fear of their finances, but–stay with me on this–learn to actually enjoy managing this aspect of their life.
“Not me!” you say? Yes, you! Even if you’re a woman who:
- hides her credit card statement from herself
- has spent an afternoon buying 6 pairs of shoes as a cure for “the blues”
- can’t remember the last time she made a deposit in her savings account (a special session will be offered for those who asked, “What’s a savings account?”)
Deb can get you on the road to feeling safe, secure and smart about your money. Even if you’re a Terrified Tracy or a Mystified Mandy, help is on the way! You are capable of unlocking the habits that got you here and learning the skills to be the driver of your financial security. The most important step you can take for your financial future is to begin now. Just as cars run on gasoline, finances run on money. Regardless of how much (or how little) money you have, you can learn to manage this asset to its–and your–greatest benefit.
Time to get conscious about your money and schedule a tune-up – your first step to a Money Makeover! Let Deb help.