I learned pretty early on how some of the small financial decisions I made when I was just out of college would impact me later on. But it wasn’t until I started really immersing myself in Dave Ramsey’s teachings that I understood how valuable his disciplined, commonsense approach was.
Dave’s philosophies are designed to help clients achieve financial freedom by utilizing a practical, debt-free approach to help gain control over their finances and build wealth. I believe his philosophies have a real impact on my clients’ lives.
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No matter where my clients are in their lives, especially the successful ones, they seem to have one thing in common. A certain determination to take control of their situation and achieve their goals. I like to call this mind-set the “Ramsey Mode.”
And while not all my clients are Dave Ramsey listeners, they do tend to exhibit that same discipline and determination when it comes to their money. If you want to find out a bit more about what I call the “Ramsey Mode”, click the button below and we’ll set up a time to talk.
I work with a diverse group of individuals and families; they are business owners, utilities workers, teachers, parents, widows/widowers, retirees and savers.
And while they may differ in many ways, one thing that they have in common is a passion to take control of their finances.
Like Dave Ramsey says: “Tell your money where to go instead of wondering where it went.”