Fiscal Cliff to Sequestration – Is the Wealth Coach Now a Necessity?

Has the wealth coach become a necessity in these difficult, and roller coaster economic times? Since the financial crash in 2008, the economy has been a major concern for everyone. Economic news dominates radio, television, and the Internet. Politicians yell, pundits rant, and bold headlines shout at at us the wretched news about our miserable economy. With our country going from fiscal cliff to fiscal cliff, the concept of wealth, who has it and who doesn’t have it, who needs it and who wants more of it, has become major news every day of the week.

With the recent budget cuts because of sequestration, the wealth coach may be needed even more. News pundits are virtually crying “end of the world” with these draconian budget cuts from sequestration – planes will fall out of the sky, cities will go dark, and children will go hungry! Well, the budget cuts may not be quite that severe, but they may lower certain workers’ paychecks and certain cut government programs and agencies. With the sorry state of the economy, a wealth coach may be needed for each and every person and government department in the United States.

The Wealth Coach Does What?

For businesses, wealth coaches can increase productivity, improve employee productivity, and help increase investment success. For individuals, wealth coaching can help with personal budgeting, investing, and creating a step-by-step process to building wealth. Financial coaches can also help you start a new business, create passive income, or learn new investing techniques. Most of all, the wealth coach will empower you financially.

Empowering you financially means that you will learn to ignore the dire warnings about fiscal cliffs and sequestration. You will learn that creating and following a budget is the first step to financial success. You will learn how to save on products and services – after all, a penny saved is a penny earned. Financial empowerment also means that you will become, no matter how poorly you have done with investments in the past, comfortable and confident with many different types of investments.

Do You Want to Become a Wealth Coach?

Instead of hiring a wealth coach, how about becoming one instead? There may be no better time to start coaching wealth than during a recession. Wealth coaching puts you in the perfect position to help yourself learn more about the wonderful world of finance, and it places you in a dynamic field where you can help people get control of their finances and begin to build wealth and a better life for themselves and their families.

To become the wealth coach you desire to be, you should take an accredited certification training program. Like any type of coaching, knowledge is power and expertise and skill is a product of experience and training. Immerse yourself in a good program, absorb as much outside material on wealth creation as possible, earn your coaching certificate, receive mentor coaching from an experienced professional wealth coach, and you will be ready to begin your new career.

Special Bonus – Learn 3 simple ways to become a life coach with the “30-Days to Become a Coach” video toolkit when you fill in the form at the top right and click the “Watch The Videos Now” button. You’ll learn how to change your client’s life in 45 minutes.

Fred Philips
Business Coach
Writing Team, Coaches Training Blog Community

FREE Video Course: How to Build a High Paying Coaching Business

Facebook comments:

Comments

  1. Hanna says

    I think that the concept of a wealth coach is good as you are able to learn how to manage your wealth and control your pangs to spend cash.

  2. Jocelyn says

    Learning to manage your wealth and following a budget is some of the responsibilities of a wealth coach. It is one of the types of coaching that directly benefits the coach as you are given first hand access to the rules that one must follow to manage his wealth.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *