Your bank accounts: did you know they are the key to your financial success or failure? We’re not kidding! Setting up their Perfect Account Structures positioned these seven Financially Fit Bootcamp Certified Coaches to take control of their money rather than letting it control them. Here are their stories:
Haphazard Account Structure Causes Money Stress
Larry Malone’s existing account structure was causing some serious nail biting. He and his wife, and his high school and college-aged children were using one checking account to pay for everything from dorm life necessities to gassing up their vehicles. Larry checked his accounts three to four times a day to make sure no one had overdrawn the account.
At the time Linda Emslie learned about the Perfect Account Structure, there was a lot of confusion around how she had set up her family’s accounts. This structure was actually one of the contributing factors to why she and her husband were struggling a bit financially. When she reached the Perfect Account Structure module in Financially Fit Bootcamp, she felt overwhelmed by all the information—and the disconnect between where she was and Financial Freedom. As it turns out, the Perfect Account Structure gave her the clarity she needed.
“I [could] see the value of doing this, but how do I get there? How do I get from this is what I’ve got to this is what will work for me. The appeal for me in the Perfect Account Structure was the clarity that it provided for me.”
Before he set up his Perfect Account Structure, Michael Tandean felt like he was getting nowhere financially. He was in a rat race to get ahead, but he couldn’t because his existing accounts were creating confusion.
Dr. Tony is the co-founder of MindShift.money and the best-selling author of three books on personal and business finances. Having achieved Financial Freedom at 27, Dr. Tony believes that through Financially Fit Bootcamp and Cash Flow Cure everyone can get there. He has made it his life’s mission to help others live a life where their money works for them—not the other way around.