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At several points in my life I have been one or all at the same time.
The one thing I learned every time was that these were just excuses. These were negative affirmations I told myself everyday.
And guess what - the enemy loved it.
As long as he could keep these strongholds on my mind he could keep me Bound financially.
I had to turn to the truth. God’s word and his presence.
And guess what - I found out the enemy was a liar. I was none of these things.
I had to realize I was blessed. I was favored. My father was the creator and giver of wealth. I had an inheritance through Christ. And so much more.
How did I break free.
1. I had to get in his presence to understand the truth.
2. I had to believe that even though it looked like I would never financially overcome I was an overcomer.
3. I had to buckle down and put action to the wealth principle: build out of your lack.
No matter where you are financially TODAY you can achieve financial freedom if you are not afraid to apply yourself 👌🏽
Helping Others Succeed.
Building A Legacy. I won't apologize for posting about what sets my soul on fire. For me it's simple: My Family. Our business. Our prosperity and happiness through financial education which leads to success. A few years ago I was left to be a single mother of 4 kids. I had been a stay at home mother all my years of being married, so I had nothing to my name and like most, had to depend on government assistance until I got on my feet. It was the most humbling experience of my life and that definining moment when I knew, I would NEVER be that girl again: Scared, lost & humiliated. My children were and are my WHY. I had to make moves and do something for myself, especially with my baby girl watching me. I was teaching her to either: 1. Rise up and Succeed or 2. Feel sorry for myself and fail. I chose to rise up. I was an educator in the public schools and, while it provided me with a decent living and time with my children, it wasnt enough. The amount of stress from work and paperwork, the bitter coworkers and their hatefulness and the poor leadership, made it to where I cringed and would tear up at the thought of going to work. I became unmotivated in all aspects of my life. I was tired and cranky and so I gained weight from.stress eating and being too overwhelmed to workout. I was impatient with my babies and I just wanted to sleep. After much prayer, prayer fasting and discussions with my husband, I made the decision to join my husband in PHP. I am now a full time Financial Educator. I wake up motivated to go out and talk to people. I workout everyday, eat well, have more time and energy for my babies... I am the mom, wife, woman I want to be.
If you're exhausted of the same old routine, feel under valued, under paid, if you just want the flexibility to make your own schedule, or even if you just want to generate extra income, message me. Let's discuss your goals and figure out a way to make it happen.
Yes, you need insurance if you have a co-signer on a loan!
If your parents co-signed your student loan through a bank, they’d be responsible for paying the rest of the loan if something happened to you. You don’t want to leave your parents with grief and loan payments. Think.
You got to love the beauty of technology. Helping a family I got connected with @alzayermansoor all the way in New Orleans. The beauty of it was Mansoor translated everything in Arabic and I was able to educate this couple on their personal finance and importance of generational wealth. Love the multi cultural approach we are bringing to the indutrys.
I’m amped to clock out this afternoon but to be honest I’m even MORE amped to clock in to something that’s completely MINE
It may be a challenge sometimes to balance being both a full time employee and a full time entrepreneur but the reward will soon be worth the sacrifice.
Money tip: Go for a 15 year mortgage if you can afford it✨
Why pay more in interest for your home if you don’t have to? In most cases, payments on a 15 year mortgage are only a few hundred dollars more than the mortgage payment for a 30 year mortgage. When getting approved for your home loan ask your mortgage lender what is the payment for a 15 year mortgage and see if you qualify.✨ Pick 15 if it works for budget to save money.✨ #homeownership#generationalwealth#realestate#moneyhacks#interest#mortgages