Wealth Wellness: 10 Easy Ways To Increase Your Wealth
Knowing your net worth is an important first step to knowing what steps to take to increase your wealth wellness.
In this 20 minute free training, I’ll show you how to easily figure out and track your net worth PLUS I’ll walk you through my 10 Easy Ways To Grow Your Wealth. Download the document here and my spreadsheet template here to follow along.
I know it can seem scary if you’ve never really looked at all of your finances, but trust me on this one, it’s not something you want to shy away from or put off.
Remember, whatever we put our attention on e x p a n d s.
Take the first step today with me, and it will feel less and less scary as you go, and more and more empowering.
Disclaimer: I am not a financial advisor and am giving you my personal experience and examples only for education and research purposes. For your own financial decisions, please consult with a financial advisor.
Over to you:
- What other Wealth Tips work for you?
- What was your biggest aha after watching this video?
- What 1 new thing are you committed to doing to increase your wealth?
Share any thoughts below – I personally read every single comment and always respond – I love to hear.
Lots of love,
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I think the book you’re referring to is The Richest Man in Babylon, by George S. Clason.
Michelle – that’s it! Thanks so much for commenting and sharing that for our whole community :) Lots of love, Carmen xo
Thanks for sharing! I’m teaching my kids to start saving early. I would love to see a blog post on what you eat in a day to keep healthy and energetic.
I love that you’re teaching your kids NOW to start saving. When I was young I had actual glass jars for all the different things I was saving for – college, clothes, europe, savings etc. I always divided my money every time I got my allowance, and then when I was in my teens, when I started working part time. There was something about SEEING my money grow that really connected me to saving – and made it really tangible – I couldn’t wait to put any money I earned into it’s jar. Of course now it’s more common even for kids to have bank accounts, but if I had kids, I think I would start them with jars b/c it was so impactful for me. ooo…and thank you for letting me know what you would like to see a blog post on – I will add that to my list. THANK YOU! Carmen xo
Thank you Carmen! I love the glass jars idea.
I’m so glad it was helpful Sharon! 💕💫