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At the end of the month, do you have less money in the bank than expected?

While consuming can make life fun, our society is caught up in the cult of consumerism. People are driven to spend every last penny they make, especially if they see neighbors or coworkers with the latest trendy “thing.” Smart money managers are those who take the time to understand their finances.


Did you know that your beliefs create and limit your financial reality? 

If your life is one financial challenge after another, financial therapy might be just what the doctor ordered. Over 75% of Americans list money as their primary source of stress. By addressing the beliefs, thoughts, and habits related to your financial life, it’s possible to bring about real changes.


Are you becoming all that you are capable of being?

Abraham Maslow created a hierarchy of human needs. Completing this assessment will help you to find out how far along you are in your hierarchy of needs. The results will let you know if you are likely to be more or less self actualized and where on the hierarchy of needs you may need to re-focus.

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Her extensive knowledge and skills in the areas of business, customer relations and financial management allows her to consult individuals, small business owners and corporate professionals concerning a myriad of solutions to their challenges, i.e. leadership, financial management and small business planning.

The Savvy Perspective

The Savvy Perspective is a collection of financial blog post & action ideas helping you reflect on how you've been using your money and helps you to plan and achieve your financial goals so you can live the life you desire.

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