Financial Intelligence

Every day I decide what to buy and what not to buy. I make decisions in my workplace about my benefits that affect me financially. I decide how to invest and what my long term goals are. These things felt a bit scary to me as a young person but today I feel I have a good grasp on them and it’s brought a lot of peace into my life.

It’s never too late to invest in yourself and become more financially intelligent so you can make all your available resources meet your goals. I lived single for most of my life. I married for the first time at the age of 43.

I knew if I didn’t learn how to get a handle on my finances no one would do it for me. It was me, myself, and Jesus!

Jeni Martin Johnson

I decided it was time to take action! I began reading every finance book I could get my hands on. Many of them I read for free from my local library. I felt very incompetent financially and began to work on my financial intelligence. Boosting my financial intelligence was one of the best things I’ve done for myself as financial decisions are a part of my life every day.

It’s never too late to learn things and have a good grasp on what you want and how everyday decisions can help or hurt your future. Living in debt is stressful. The feeling of living debt free is almost indescribable!

Financial Planning and Coaching can quickly boost your financial intelligence, help you choose your goals and work towards them. We are less likely to spend frivolously when we know exactly where we want our money to go. Financial principles aren’t so scary when we erase the fear of the unknown.

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