How to Overcome the Top 5 Financial Fears #MoneyMonday



What Are You Afraid Of?

Freddy Kreuger. Public speaking. There are a lot of things we can be afraid of, but money isn’t one of them.

Are you currently dealing with any of these fears?

1. Losing your job
2. Running out of money
3. Something happening to you
4. Caring for your parents
5. Failure

Watch this week’s episode of #MoneyMonday to find out how to face and ultimately overcome these fears.

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MoneyMonday – 5 Ways to Improve Your Finances This Week

Stop procrastinating! The time to finally change your finances is now!

Here are 5 things you can do THIS WEEK, to change your financial picture for the better.

Let me help you improve your financial life in 2013 by joining my Financial Personal Training program at

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MoneyMonday – What Do You Get the Person that WANTS Everything…A Financial Plan!

The holiday season is here again and it’s time to figure out what to get for those important people on your list.  I know it can be difficult to come up with gift ideas for the person that has everything.  It’s even harder to come up with ideas for the person that WANTS everything (that won’t break the bank of course).  This year, get them something that they both desperately need, but probably won’t buy for themselves….a financial plan!

To help those financially challenged people on your list, I’ve developed a new wealth building membership program called Financial Personal Training. It’s like working with a personal trainer at your gym, but for your financial health. A P90X workout program for your wallet, so-to-speak.

Think about it: Do you know anyone (including yourself) that has been trying to get any of the to-do items below done, but needs some quality advice and guidance to finally do so?

If so, then Financial Personal Training is for them (or you)!

“What do you get for the person that wants everything?…A financial plan!” – Rob Wilson

As a member in the program, you’ll receive access to exclusive monthly training webinars where we’ll discuss important financial topics with ample time for Q&A.  Each member receives a private monthly coaching session where I’ll work with you on your specific financial goals and aspirations, such as those listed above.  That’s only the beginning!  For a complete list of benefits, check out the program website at

Normally, the monthly investment for a life changing program like this would be fairly expensive.  But because I appreciate you guys so much for joining me on this wealth building journey, I’ve set the normal price at the level of $97/month.

But wait there’s more!

Since it’s the holiday season, and I know how much you love those Black Friday deals, I’m offering the first three months of the program at an astonishingly low  $49/month! And, so that no one get’s hurt rushing through the virtual doors, I’m giving you until the end of Cyber Monday to secure your spot in the program at this discount.  However, just like the $99 televisions at Wal-Mart, there are only a limited number of spots available, so don’t treat this like homework and wait until the last minute.

How to Handle Your Finances in a Crisis

How to Handle Your Finances in a Crisis

Here’s an article that I was quoted in with regards to using credit cards during a crisis like Superstorm Sandy:

A superstorm leaves a long-lasting impact on affected areas. Well after the news cycle slows and business begins to normalize, remnants of an event like Hurricane Sandy continue to reverberate in households and businesses.

According to the Chicago Tribune, the East Coast hurricane is estimated to be the fourth most expensive catastrophe in the U.S. behind Hurricane Katrina, the September 11th attacks and Hurricane Andrew. Totaling a predicted $70 billion in losses, Sandy will not soon be forgotten.

But as politically and economically charged as this weather phenomenon has been, few have begun to measure the personal cost. In terms of individual finances, the struggle that follows a storm of this magnitude can be incalculable in a time of grief and loss. However, the decisions made in the first few days following the crisis can determine whether survivors experience a swift recovery or a sluggish climb to stability.

From insurance claims, to purchasing the basic essentials for survival, costs can escalate quickly. In an ideal situation, Rob Wilson of recommends having three to six months of take-home pay to “lessen the blow of an event like this,” but admits that this isn’t always the reality of people’s savings balances.

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MoneyMonday – Top 10 Myths of Personal Finance

Just because something is widely believed, it doesn’t mean that it’s true. Today, we’re debunking 10 of the top myths in personal finance.

Do you have a myth you’re trying to get to the bottom of? Hit me up and I’ll help you get the truth about it!

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MoneyMonday – Visa Settles, Wells Fargo Discriminates & More Reasons You Hate Banks

People often wonder what the Occupy Wall Street Movement was about. Although the organizers weren’t that articulate about expressing their views, the “Bad News Banks” themselves keep giving us reasons to hate them. Learn a few of the recent ones in this week’s #MoneyMonday.

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Terrell Owens Upset About Financial Problems


If you’ve ever wondered why I do what I do, here is a good example. Even superstars with Television shows are susceptible to financial problems.

It’s important to surround yourself with individuals that have your best interest in mind. Can’t get your advisor on the phone? Fire him immediately.

Dollars for Diplomas

Unless you get 1600 on the SAT or can dunk a basketball, college probably won’t come cheap.  Here are some ways for you to manage those student loans that you’ve accumulated while working on that degree.

Give Me Some Credit!

Ok, folks…it’s time to settle the score.  You can’t just listen to what the funny commercials tell you to do.  Here’s how to really manage and improve your credit score.