Let’s shave off pieces of those golden handcuffs to forge your financial future


Strategy isn’t hard. Execution is.

That’s why I’m here to help.

My job is to steer you toward financial success, but I can’t do it for you.

If you're serious about thriving financially, there are a few key money habits you should be open to creating.





1. Pay yourself first





You've probably heard the saying "you have to spend money to make money."


What’s most important is to remember this was written as a joke in a Greek tragedy.

Something you can actually write down?

Always invest in yourself (and your family) first.

This means setting money aside each month to save for your future and to pay off any high-interest debt you may have.

It also means investing in your education and career so you can earn more money down the road.





2. Live below your means





3. Invest for the long-term





When it comes to investing, it's important to think long-term.


This means investing in assets that will appreciate over time such as stocks, real estate, and mutual funds.

If you invest for the short-term, you're more likely to lose money or be hit by unforeseen circumstances.