It’s game time.  2015 is going to be a big year.  Now is the time to be thinking about the kind of year YOU want to have!

New Years are so wonderful.  Seasons are so great.  Every 365 days, you get a built-in “Reset” button, a chance to have a clean slate, a fresh start.

Where do you want to be at this time this year?  What do you want to have accomplished?  YOU have the power to completely change your life this year.  What steps do you need to take to make that happen?

If you are serious about getting your business or personal finances primed to take you places, I would love to work with you.  If you’re sick and tired of spinning your wheels, let’s make something special happen and turn things around for you.  If you don’t know much money you’re really making in your business, or how much money you need to make, let’s figure that out together and get you on track to be profitable.

I’m saying all this because I will be increasing my coaching rates for personal and small business coaching in the new year.  Purchasing coaching now will save you over 20% off 2015’s rates!  (You can use the coaching any time – you do not have to use it before the end of the year for discounted rates.)

What this means is, financial coaching is ON SALE through New Year’s Eve! 

If you’ve been thinking about getting on board and really focusing on your finances this year, let’s do this!  I’ve worked with a number of folks this year that have seen amazing results.  Book now for coaching in the New Year and save over twenty percent!

To get us ready for the new year and position you for an exciting year, I’m going to give away TWO great books that have had a big impact on me and can change the game for you as well:

Compound Effect     SWIW


First, The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy is an incredibly motivating book about the power of doing just a little bit more, compounded over time.  Simple Wealth, Inevitable Wealth (which you can’t get in stores) focuses on a simple but profound investing strategy that will change the way you understand and view investing.  It teaches investing principles for the average beginning investor in basic, easy-to-understand language, and has a great glossary in the back for any terms you might not know.

Separately, these books are excellent.  Taken together, they’re dynamite.  I’m going to give away one copy of one of these books, to two different commenters.

To enter, just comment on this post with your answer to this question:  What are you trying to work on this year?  Be specific!  Is it debt, nutrition, savings, exercising, investing, relationships, a new career, a dream?

In your comment, be sure to make mention of which book you want the most, and I’ll pick two random entries and send out your book!

Entries must be received on or before New Year’s Eve!

So, what are you working on this coming year?  And which book do you want the most?