4 Ways to Finance Your Do-Over!

jennifer jaime4 Ways to Finance Your Do-Over!

Sooner or later, money becomes an issue in your Do-Over! planning.

While finances are an important parameter in your reinvention roadmap, they shouldn’t become a limitation. I asked financial life coach Jennifer Jaime CPA to share her expertise here: How can women get clear about their finances during a life or career Do-Over!?

1. Get in-the-know
When making a transition, it is important to look at your money. If there is fear of “the unknown” around your money, stop and listen to what your emotions are telling you. I recommend going into transition “in-the-know.” Know where you are with your money, then take the leap into your new endeavor.

2. Be proactive
Once you are in-the-know, make every effort to be proactive. If you know you need $500 more each month, make plans ahead of time to think of creative ways to make it happen.

3. Consistency is key
Consistency is the key to winning with money. Be consistent with your money plan each month and you will reap the rewards.

4. Keep Moving Forward
There will be times when you hit a bump in the road. You’ll be dipping into the savings account time and time again. Take heart and know the road will not always be this tough. Put one foot in front of the other and keep moving forward!

Jennifer Jaime CPA is a financial coach who’s passionate about helping you live out your dream life. She focuses on working your money around the life you always imagined. She won’t try to sell your insurance or investments; she actually gives you objective advice for your money.

To learn more from Jennifer, sign up for her free seminar “Money & Emotions: Creating a Safe Place,” being held at 6:30pm on Tuesday, June 29, at the Wimberley Community Center, 14068 Ranch Road 12.

PS–Looking for more Do-Over! advice? My audiobook can help!

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