My first month of RVing is in the books? How did it go? I made some rookie mistakes and need to get a better handle on my budget. But I’m loving it!
Here are 5 tips on how to downsize from a house to an RV. Start early and get yourself organized so that you can have fun when you hit the road.
Two years have passed since I was fired from my job. Despite a dismal start to being a solo entrepreneur, I’m doing pretty well on the net worth scale.
What happens to your net worth after a lousy financial year? The answer may surprise. Compound interest combined with a low debt load can carry the day.
I found my dream RV! Suddenly, things are taking off. I’m downsizing in preparation for the sale of the house and excited to live the RV lifestyle.
The fourth step in becoming a financial coach is sales and marketing. Your goal is to build a strong referral network and learn how to overcome objections.
The transition from a house to an RV has begun. I started downsizing, which is ruled more by emotion than logic. And I became a Lyft driver!
The third step in becoming a financial coach is learning techniques and developing programs. Skill-building for both coaches and clients takes center place.
I’ve moved into a new phase of my life. I’m ready to give up the house and create a different life for myself. The RV lifestyle may be just the ticket!
Here’s my net worth report, 18 months after losing my job and becoming an entrepreneur. Despite zero income, I’m doing okay and optimistic about the future.
The second part of becoming a financial coach is setting up the back office. Main activities include using scheduling software and establishing processes.
How do you become a financial coach? Here’s part 1 of a series discussing Dr. Brenda’s journey to becoming a certified professional financial coach.