Proper Financial Fitness begins with mastering the Defense, Offense, and Playing Field of money. For the many satisfied customers (click here and scroll down for textual, audio, and video testimonials) of Life’s Financial Fitness suite of products and services, this is exactly what they have discovered and put to good use.
But there IS more.
Just what do you do with the money once you stop being scammed as a victim of debt and start to instead enjoy the thrill ride of having extra money at the end of the month? Where do you put it? How do you go about determining which investments might be right for you?
In this quick video shot several months ago in the hot Florida sun, I try to give a quick fly-by of how we present the answers to these questions in our new addition to the series: the Beyond Financial Fitness program. It covers the concept of the “You, Inc. Hierarchy” or Pyramid of priority for your money.
I hope you enjoy the video, and more importantly, that you find the information useful!
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