The Four + Core: we explore the four pieces of personal finances and the behavioral core of habits and awareness. This quick video previews what we cover with our members in one-on-one coaching or in our small group bootcamps. Research shows that people are much more likely to be successful with any change if they do it as part of a group. Peer support is critical to success. Don't risk it alone - join FiClub to get the support to beat the odds and reach your financial goals.
Certain people are more prone to freaking-out and doing something stupid when they're bored, just to break the monotony. I'm one of them. For years, I suffered from a perpetual state of "are we there yet?" It led to bad impulses, bad decisions and bad outcomes, often involving money and leaving a trail littered with the bones of broken budgets. The cure to boredom is engaging the power of curiosity. Get your head deep into something that captures your attention, then the cloc
Everyone has their own quirks and bad habits when it comes to money. These habits can range from compulsive spending or keeping unnecessary subscriptions, to not paying bills and even gambling. Money problems are typically self-inflicted through behavioral patterns where people spend without restraint. Misusing money in such self-defeating ways can drive you into financial emergency and even debt. Regardless of which bad money habit drove you into financial chaos, the situati