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OverviewYou only need 3 things to be successful with money:
1. The right mindset. You have to believe that financial success is possible for you.
2. Technical knowledge. For example, you need to know the most efficient way to pay off debt.
3. A proven system. You need step by step instructions and support.
Which means you need to answer 3 questions:
1. How can you change your mindset?
2. Where can you learn the technical knowledge?
3. Where do you go to adopt a proven system to implement that technical knowledge?
You have 3 options:
Option 1: Keep doing what you're doing.
This option is for people who;
- Are Debt-free
- Have a fully-funded emergency fund
- Know how much they need to save for retirement
- Know how to get the most out of workplace benefits
- Have a budget that locks in their financial goals
- Are spending money the things they value most in life.
- Are not stressed about money.
Option 2: Hire a financial advisor:
- This option is for people who are willing to spend between $2,000-$10,000 per year to fire a financial planner.
Option 3: Learn a proven system to help you manage your own money
This option is for everyone else!
That is why I created the 30-Day Blueprint, to help people that don't have tons of money to pay a financial advisor. We all have what it takes to successfully manage our money, we just need a little guidance.
Who is this course for?
This course is for anyone who needs help learning how to manage their money but can't afford to pay for a financial planner.
What will I learn?
The course has 7 sections.
Section 1: "Financial goal setting".
Section 2: "Aligning your money with your values". In this section you will track 30 days worth of spending and figure out how much you spend on:
- "The big 3" expenses which is housing, transportation and food.
- "Values". The things that you value most in life.
Section 3: "Calculating your net worth"
Section 4: "Your custom debt repayment plan". Where you will input all the vital information about your debt and receive a step by step debt repayment plan.
Section 5: "Retirement savings". We cover everything you need to know to help tailor a retirement savings plan that meets your goals.
Section 6: "Creating a budget that locks in your goals". We take a "hands off approach to budgeting" and discuss how to automate your budget.
Section 7: "Tilting the numbers in your favor". Where you will learn advanced personal finance techniques to help you make your budget work.
Plus loads of bonus lessons, printables to help organize your finances and lifetime access to the course, including future upgrades.
How much does it cost?
The course is available for a one time fee of $99 or 3 monthly payments of $40.
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Ben does an incredible job with helping people learn how to manage their money. Whether you are trying to get out of debt, wanting to save more money, or interested in investing for the first time, Ben will help you organize your finances with an easy-to-understand and well-detailed plan. Ben has done his research in all of these areas and has put in the time to serve and help others. I highly recommend Ben’s course if you are interested in learning more.
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