Financial Health

Money is inescapable, and has to be thought about and budgeted. You may live paycheck to paycheck, while others express that ‘money is no object’. Whatever form of work you do, surely you are compensated either weekly, bi-weekly, monthly or by some other arrangement – and how you manage that compensation helps to determine your financial health.

When I say financial health, I refer to both the physical and psychological relationship you and I have with finances (i.e: what we think, how we feel, what we say and what we do concerning our finances). This also includes examining how much those feelings, thoughts, words and actions about financial state impact our lives overall.

Are you financially healthy? What are your financial goals? Do you have a plan to get there? What are some of the lessons you’ve learned about financial stability?
Kevin shares 3 powerful time tested and proven principles he learned from his grandfather:

  1.  Save Some
  2.  Spend Some
  3.  Give Some.

These principles, along with many other money-savvy tips and tricks, is what Kevin offers his clientele who desire to achieve or maintain financial stability and health.