1. Diana Reply

    I love this information because it points out what most won’t. What you said makes sense… it’s not about how much money you make but how much you keep.

    Too many people in the online space are focused on the wrong things…material things only and not things like saving, reinvesting, paying off debt and investing… building wealth.

    I think we need more financial Literacy in the online space. Thanks for sharing Chris

    • christopher Post authorReply

      yes we need a lot more practical and sound teaching absent from hype & nonsense!

  2. Darleen Shapleski Reply

    I certainly appreciate this info, thank you for incorporating the bible verses also. I am still learning to spend wisely even at 38 years young! I have somewhat broken the nastier cycle I was involved with before being introduced to this coaching program and continue to learn new skills as each day goes by.

    As you know I have recently been on a spiritual journey and now need to learn to add tithing to my financial management which I hope to get sorted soon, have yet to seek some guidance in this area as I am unsure of what is expected.

    I thank God for your honesty, your friendship, your leadership and bringing everything into the right perspective for all to understand.

    On the topic of financial services, I can more than likely say that I am failing at this subject as of right now but all glory to God that I am seeking the right guidance and shall soon be given the right directions/instructions for earning and giving wholeheartedly.

    It’s an absolute pleasure working with you Chris, God bless always!

    • christopher Post authorReply

      thanks Darleen for the kind words. I believe that if people don’t, can’t or refuse to respect money then they don’t deserve to have any!

  3. Tynesha Renee Reply

    Financial Services is a great genre to be a part of in this profession. Sadly I wish I would have stuck it out myself when I was heavily into the financial side of things. Unfortunately, I was studying my butt off trying to get my insurance and securities license, and things didn’t go according to plan. Now on the consumer side of things, I would love to get my finances in order before I get married and have children. I don’t want to go into a marriage with any prior debt. Going to college taught me a valuable lesson. If you don’t have the income to pay cash for your education or if you cannot attend school on a scholarship. Then keep your behind out of these folks institutions because debt is easy to accumulate and even harder to get rid of it seems.

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  6. Yvette Bolden Reply

    The information in this blog post is very informative given its nature. Yes money definitely is a sensitive subject, just ask anybody. You need money and you can’t live without it. We will always, always need it. Being in debt is being in bondage. Debt also is demonic, it’s stress, and it’s a very sad place to be in. Bill collectors calling, struggling to make ends meet, and everything under the sun. Love the information that you cover here and it definitely makes you strive to be better. Thank you once again for explaining the financial service genre!

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  8. Angela Shepherd Reply

    This is a wonderful topic. Yes, many people don’t like to discuss about money. I personally use Credit Karma to help with my credit .

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