Become a Financial Guide for Others

(2:08) Why do so many people struggle with money? | (3:30) What can I do to be on the best possible path for my own financial security? | (4:39) How can I be a financial guide for others if I’m not a master of this topic already? | (5:21) What are some tools and concepts you use to help people build their wealth? | (10:29) who made this video and why? | (11:32) How do I start and how do I get paid | (15:55) How hard is it to do this for real?

7 Reasons to Consider Becoming a Financial Coach

The average income of a financial coach is $106,454

According to, the average financial coach earns $106,454.

You can work part time and transition to a full time role when it makes sense to you.

You don't need to worry about sacrificing your full-time career to join the team. 

You don't need to be a math genius to do well 

This business has very easy-to-understand tools, so you don’t need to be a financial wizard or a math genius to do well.

You can earn income nine different ways.

Our business opportunity offers nine different income streams- 1 is active, 3 are passive and 3 come in the form of bonuses and equity (ownership).

No pressure approach

There’s nothing worse than being in a position where you have to get clients to meet a quota. That’s not good for you and it’s not good for your clients. We take a very simple educational approach that will make people want to line up to see you, kind of like at your doctor’s office.

Plug into a proven system that works

You don't need to reinvent the wheel because we already have a proven system in place that's been around for over 40 years. You just need to plug in and follow it.

You can own what you build.

Unlike most careers, you give 30 years of your life to a corporation with very little to show for it.

The best part of working with us, you can build a passive income stream and eventually own everything you create.

Yes, that means your book-of-business (your clients) and the team you developed!

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