Stop Feeling Helpless. Start preparing for what is next.
Using the tools I used to take my family from poverty to prosperity, I will show you how to create your own success plan and you can start today. But this isn't about writing goals and happy thoughts. These are practical tools you will continue to use long after this is over.
First, I want you to know that I am including the tools I developed over more than a decade of struggle, effort, and lots of trial-and-error. I am including audio trainings explaining each tool as well as edited transcripts. You will also have additional training modules to take you step-by-step from getting a clear picture of where you are, what you need to stop doing, what you need to start doing, and where you want to be.
Get answers to questions about homeschooling, telecommuting, budgeting, activities on a shoestring budget...even recipes. It is like a conversation with me. You can even go to my facebook page and ask questions or share what you've learned.
Here are some of the questions I've answered already in this program.
If that answer is sufficient and you want to buy now click here and from there, follow the link to my sales page. You can be started in about 20 minutes after your first lesson.
If you want the long answer, here is a bit on my story... My husband and I married at 20, shortly after he became an EMT. Two years, later I finished college and we decided I would be a stay-at-home mom before our first child turned 1 year old. He completed his paramedic training a few days before I gave birth to our 1st daughter when I was 22. I was feeling great about our future.
By 25, we owned a home and had 2 children. Money was tight, but we were making it. At 27, we had our 3rd child and I was beginning to home school the oldest. At 29, we adopted a special needs child internationally and I began to telecommute as a freelance writer.
Six months after that my husband was diagnosed with stage IV cancer and all of our income dropped to zero in a single appointment with our doctor.
We tried picking ourselves up but the weight of the crushing adoption debt, the denial of government assistance, and the unknown future made weeks, and then years, a huge struggle. Over the next 10 years we would be knocked over again and again as the American economy entered the 2008 recession and then got worse. Our debt totaled more than we made in an entire year and our monthly payments just to survive exceeded our income every month by $2,000. In addition to that, both of our vehicles broke down and we lived in a rural area with no access to any form of public transportation.
So, I know what it is like to have someone immune compromised, to be quarantined on your property for weeks at a time unable to leave, to not be able to access the most basic necessities and to have no idea when it would end. In our case it was because we had ZERO income and our credit cards had been shut down on us due to non-payment. We had no prospects to go back to work. The government had denied us any form of assistance and I was turned down (despite my degree) for jobs at fast food restaurants and entry level positions. Through all this I was trying to telecommute to the best of my ability. I picked up freelance work where I could while teaching my kids at home and chasing a toddler.
What I did not have was access to this resource. What we did was make small changes and at first that may be all you can do too. After a few years of small, incremental improvements we had a sudden influx of a couple thousand dollars and everything started changing. I had a clear plan to follow when we got money and I executed it. It changed our whole life.
You too may be counting on a government stimulus check or an unemployment benefit pay out. It could be your turning point--or the beginning of positive days.
When this crisis hit the State of Ohio on March 13th, I had groceries in my home, a clear plan of what to do in crisis, and the ability to weather the storm--even if for a few months. The things that I had learned were all about balance. It involves balance in your mind, in your finances, in your outlook, and in your relationships. We didn't hoard. We didn't buy extra. We didn't need toilet paper.
This crisis is going to end at some point. Our world, our country, and our lives will all be different. We will go back to a new normal, but just like in the post 9/11 world, there will still be memories that linger.
In short I hope that you will use this time to bring balance to your life, peace to your home, and a mindset that is committed to creating opportunities instead of letting life happen to you.
Are you ready to stop reading opinions from people who are in the same situation you are currently in and instead start getting some results?
Are you ready to learn from someone who has done this before and is right now succeeding in spite of what is happening?
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