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Financing Your Dreams with Sean Coe

Financing Your Dreams with Sean Coe - Episode 51

You deserve to live your life to the max but there is one thing that many of you share with me that is holding you back. And that is, finances. If you could get rid of debt, have a larger savings account, meet your monthly financial demands, etc. you will then be able to live your life to the max. So I reach out to Sean Coe, a good friend of mine who is an incredible financial planner. In this episode he shares strategies and tips to help you make finance your dreams!

Sean Coe is a financial planner who has helped people save millions of dollars. I met him at a business and personal growth retreat. We clicked right away and we were swapping stories about our clients and the impact they have had on our lives. One particular story that he remembers is of a family that was struggling a lot with finances and other challenges. They wanted to help put their kids through college, they wanted to get out of debt, and be able to keep their house and car. Their problems were getting so big that they weren’t sure if they could even stay together. Sean and his team were able to put together a plan and help them better handle their money. Later the family called him and told him that he saved their marriage and gave them the freedom to be able to get out of their debt and help with money for their children’s college education. 

Sean believes it is best to see money as a tool or as energy that gives us the ability to live the life that we want to live. First you need a goal on what you want to do with your money. Be honest with how much money you really do have. This includes all expenses. Once you’re clear on where you are at, you can always look back at that and see how far you’ve come once you’re further down the line. When you know what you want to go for, you can start building a plan and finding people to help you reach those goals. 

The next step is to figure out what your workable amount of money is. See how much money you have at the end of a month and use that money to fund your plan. This probably won’t be enough to fund your whole plan, but it’s a step in the right direction. Eventually when you keep following your plan you will have more and more money that you can put towards your goal as it continues to compound upon itself. 

Once you have your plan and if it’s strong enough it will remain with you even through hard times. By having the right people to help you and a strong motivation to keep going, you’ll be able to get back on track even after the roughest of times.

One tip that Sean has is when you make your plan, make sure it’s something that you’ll actually follow through on. You also need to believe in your plan and have people around you that also believe in what you’re doing. Every person’s plan is going to be different, in order to find the plan that works for you it might be best to go to a financial planner. You could also find some worksheets online to help you as well. Find them below. 



Sean shares his Five Stages to Wealth Building along with doing a live training in Spencer’s Energy Hub. If you would like to learn more form Sean join us at www.spencersernergyhub.com !You can find Sean on Facebook at Sean Coe.

I would love to hear what you think about Financing Your Dreams and the interview with Sean! Please send me a message on social media at @Jonesinfor or email me at [email protected] Thanks!