Victoria BC (PRWEB) April 4, 2006
Many people express confusion about money management. Not only are they confused; they are generally overwhelmed with the volume of information available. What to do, who to trust and how to get ahead are prime questions in the minds of consumers. The stress of high debt and the feeling that there are no simple options sometimes leads to avoidance of the issue altogether. Tracy Piercy, CFP, has developed a lifestyle movie to help people relax and open their minds, before she chews the F.A.T., (Fast Actionable Tips) with them, online. http://www.YourMoneyYourWay.com is designed to remind viewers of all of the hopes and dreams they had for their life before the high cost of life got in the way.
In early 2006, Louis Thériault, Director, Canadian Industrial Outlook Service, Conference Board of Canada stated: “Consumer debt outstanding as a share of disposable income now stands at a record high, increasing the sensitivity of consumers to higher interest rates.”
Staying in the same spending patterns, paralyzed by the fear of making a wrong decision means many people will wait until their situation is desperate before seeking help. There is no need to live a life of denial and disappointment. Learning the true power of money and how to harness it to work for you, is key to living the life you always dreamed of. Piercy listened to her financial planning clients and realized the information available to them was not meeting their needs. She developed MoneyMinding® to make people aware of wealth creation strategies that exponentially increase results. As one of Piercy’s students, wrote recently, “It feels as if a HUGE WEIGHT has been lifted from my shoulders...you have made the RIGHT DECISION to serve as an educator. There is a shortage of impartial information in this complicated world of finance. Today I will STOP thinking of myself as a financial VICTIM who is POOR and begin to EMPOWER myself to make good, well-informed decisions.”
With the income tax filing deadline fast approaching financial stress is peaking for many. Piercy suggest you take a moment to remember where you came from, where you want to go to and realize your dreams don’t have to die. If you think your choice is, “"Your money, or your life.", maybe it’s time to choose your life and find out what your money options really are.
About Tracy Piercy: Piercy has over 15 years experience in the financial industry, was a top financial advisor with a large Canadian firm and is a Certified Financial Planner (CFP). She has trained with leaders in personal development and success, and personally experienced financial success and financial loss. Tracy goes beyond the parameters of traditional financial planning to integrate proven success principles with practical financial planning strategies. Her business is providing financial tools for both financial advisors and their clients.