Do you ever feel like you work so hard for what you have and want the best that life has to offer. Yet it seems, no matter how hard you work, there is never enough time or money?
You're making plans for the future but when that future comes, you're still in the same position as before. That dream vacation to Hawaii seems impossible and that mustang that makes your husband’s heart race will have to stay in someone else’s garage.
While your friends are posting photos of their nights out at concerts or at the big game, you are stuck at home feeling lucky if you can afford Chinese takeout.
A quick glance at your retirement fund makes you realize that you need to bring in more money using another revenue stream if you ever want to get ahead or simply live a better life. Your dreams are just a withering light at the end of the tunnel.
You feel guilty that you can’t do more to support your kids’ future of going to college or help with their wedding. Your parents are getting older and you wish you could take them on a trip to visit some family across the country before it's too late. And you’d love to give back to the community too.
You feel like time is running out to create the wealth you need to live life on your own terms and support the people that are most important to you. You’ve started questioning yourself, “Is this all there is?” You seem to be stuck and want more. Life feels like quicksand… the harder you work, the deeper you seem to sink with no relief in sight.
You always have to check your bank balance before you make a purchase to ensure there's enough money
Every time you discuss money, you feel frustrated, angry and a deep sense of remorse
You avoid making future plans with others because you can’t afford to do what you want, as everything that you want is “extra"
You want to feel in control of your financial future, but you always feel like you’re in a hole that you will never climb out