Financial freedom is the ultimate goal that most people want to achieve. It can mean different things for different people, but the plain definition of financial freedom is having the option to do what you want in life without money being an obstacle.

It could mean not working at all and instead traveling the world.

It could mean spending your time volunteering.

It could mean owning your own business without worry of the slow months.

So now the big question is, how do you obtain this illusive financial freedom?

Most schools and colleges don’t teach you about money. Most parents don’t teach it to their kids. Where then do you learn about it? Where do you get the basics of finances so that you can put yourself on the path to financial freedom?

Personal Money Management is an ecourse that teaches you the basic information you need to know to get started working towards the ultimate goal of financial freedom. It is a stepping stone to propel you forward.

In order for you to be able to move forward and work on your finances, you need to know where you currently stand. To help you do just that, the first module of the course will break down how to do a spending analysis. This is essentially an audit on your spending habits to see where you are now.

After you have successfully completed this module, you will move on to module 2, goal setting. This is one of my favorite modules. You learn how to set a strong goal, and the knowledge can be applied to setting any goals in your life!

The third module, budgeting, is one of the largest modules for most people. The idea of budgeting scares most people. Learn ways to budget that aren’t scary and that will let you actually live while also reaching your goals.

Debt, that 4 letter word. Yuck. Nothing inhibits your goals more than having debt. Now is the time to put a plan in place to wipe out that debt and take that stress out of the equation! Module 4 walks you through that in a manageable way.

Any finally, module 5. The coveted investing. This module is about beginning investing and briefly touches on some of the options that are available to you when you are ready to invest. Nothing it worse than making the effort to save money, only to watch it sit idle in a savings account. It’s time to make you money work for you!

Wow! What a jam packed class!

Don’t take my word for it though, listen to some of the happy graduates of Personal Money Management.

“…I like how this class has different options for each thing. For example, I tend to prefer pen and paper and instead of telling me I am wrong if I don’t use a computer like some classes would, it gives me guidance on how to do it the way I feel most comfortable so I can put my focus on the task at hand.”
-Kristyn S.

“I was looking for something to help me finally make sense of my finances. I came across this on a blog post I was reading and decided to give it a try. I’m so glad I did! I learned I had spending leaks that were preventing me from going anywhere financially. Now I have patched those up, and have even opened an investment account!”
-Chloe M.

“This class has been so beneficial to me in getting my personal finances in order. The class was laid out great, and the instructor….was very knowledgeable and responsive. On the fence about this course? Do yourself a favor and enroll now! The money you will save from having good finances will more than pay for this course in the first month alone.”
-Amy D.

Presale for Personal Money Management is going on now. To get in for the introductory price, enroll before August 1st. You will have lifetime access to the course and all of the updates!

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