SERIES: Why I Do What I Do – Part 4 – Need

Welcome to the latest series on – Why I Do What I Do

In this series, I am going to share with you WHY I have chosen to invest my life, time, and effort into this crusade to help people accomplish far more than they ever thought possible with their personal finances.

Part Four Need

Let me ask you two questions:

  1. How many classes on money management did you have while in school?
  2. Did your parents actively teach how to manage money?

For the vast majority of people, the answers are “ZERO” and “NO”.   Sure, we may have heard someone say, “Spend less than you make”, but most of us were not taught the PRACTICAL 1-2-3, a-b-c methods necessary to win with money.   There is a tremendous need for practical financial teaching.   I submit as my evidence:

  • US National Debt is over $14.1 trillion
  • 2011 Bankruptcies: 1,641,250
  • Inordinate STRESS about money
  • DIVORCE over money (repeatedly the top reason given for divorce)

Even more importantly, there are not enough teachers out there helping people learn how to manage their money in a way that helps them achieve their plans, hopes, and dreams.   I decided to do something about it.   It’s why I do what I do!   Our team can’t sit idly by the wayside HOPING that people are being taught.

It is why I believe that this crusade to help people win with their money has completely exploded!   People desperately want and need help.   It is why I have developed resources to help YOU teach others too!   The DVD-based I Was Broke. Now I’m Not. Group Study is the perfect tool to teach people in your church, workplace, or community group!   In fact, we have a special bundle package called “Start Your Group NOW!” that includes materials for ten families and a leadership kit.

We LOVE helping others teach others.   If you are interested in starting a group, check out the group study links to learn more – and then call us [864] 332-4151 or email us and we’ll help you get started!

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