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Lynnette Khalfani Cox, The Money Coach Set To “Talk”: Practical Steps to Reduce Debt in 30 Da
Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, The Money Coach®, is a personal finance expert, television and radio personality, and the author of numerous books, including the New York Times bestseller Zero Debt: The Ultimate Guide to Financial Freedom.
Khalfani Cox will offer her financial expertise to motivate, mentor and empower individuals to understand their relationship with money. Appearing this week on CBS-‘The Talk’ (Jan. 4); Fox News (week of Jan. 2; WPIX-NY Morning Show (Jan. 2); LA Sentinel (1/5) and many more.
Cox has appeared on such national TV programs as The Oprah Winfrey Show, CNN, Dr. Phil, The Tyra Banks Show and Good Morning America sharing her success story and teaching millions about proper money management and how to get out of debt and eliminate their debt.
Khalfani Cox wants everyone to live a stress and debt free life one step at time with these practical tips:
3 Sure-Fire Ways to Stick to Your Financial New Year's Resolution
Most people will be making at least one money-related resolution. But we all know that sticking to your resolution can be hard! That's one reason most people only last about 30 days. But using the following 3 tips will help you stay with your goals - or make a ton of progress in just one month.
1. Join a financial boot camp
If you're really serious about giving yourself a fixing your finances in 2012, join a 4-week personal finance boot camp like MyMoneyCircles.com. It's online, takes just 20 minutes a few times a week and best of all - it's FREE! For a lot of people who need a kick in the pants, or expert advice and a support group too, a boot camp is the ultimate way to set a money-related financial resolution, and stick with it.
2. Create financial goals poster board
Visual imagery is one powerful way to stay motivated and to stick to your goals. Try creating a financial poster board which includes images of what you want to accomplish and why.
For example, if you want to save for your four year old's college education, put photos of him on the board, along with a cap and gown or diploma -- symbolizing his graduation or successful acceptance into college. Or maybe you want to save money for a new home, get pictures of your ideal house and put it on your poster board. The idea is to have constant visual reminders of why you're being "good" financially.
3. Use the "Think-Do" method for 30-days
This strategy is all about overcoming laziness and procrastination. And let's admit it: we're all guilty of putting off financial tasks from time to time. So with this technique, whenever you think of something you know you should do, or need to do, you'll go ahead and tackle that task immediately. Think-Do.
For instance, if you’ve been too scared to check your credit report, you can order it online today from AnnualCreditReport.com. Done.
If you’ve neglected to buy much-needed life insurance, you can get life insurance quotes today from Insure.com. Done.
Of if you’ve put off organizing your tax records, you can start gathering your receipts and financial paperwork today. Done.
Exactly what you do isn’t as important as doing something – and doing so today. If you put the “Think-Do”
By taking just one small, but powerful action step you push past the inertia and inaction that cripples many people financially. Instead of procrastinating over important financial goals month after month, you’ll be addressing many of those issues in just 30 days flat.
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