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Tune in Friday's at 9AM Pacific to hear Best Selling Author, Award Winning Speaker, and Biology-based Success Architect Heather Wagenhals interview the hottest minds in productivity, entrepreneurship, budgeting, personal finance, investing, psychology, and personal development to help you get your MoneyMind©Right. Past guests include: celebrity guests like Larry Winget of A & E’s Big SpenderMillion Dollar Listing BRAVO's Chris Leavitt, and Sharon Lechter co-author Rich Dad Poor Dad. Our lineup of guests includes T. Harv Eker author of Secrets of the Millionaire MindNathaniel Branden the Father of Self-Esteem, Chicken Soup for the Soul magnate Mark Victor Hansen, real estate expert Jason HartmanKiana Danial the Invest Diva, Mastering Happiness coach Dr. Joel Wade, Consumer Credit Counselor Thomas Nitzsche, serial entrepreneur Tom Corson-Knowles, frugal living expert Sara Tetreault, publishing tycoon Steve Forbes, Top-ranked market analyst Jim Woods and many more.

Aug 21, 2017

You finally got your financial act together only to have a holiday or special occasion derail you. You are not the first to do this though you can be the next to put a stop to cyclical debting with advice from  personal finance expert, Heather Wagenhals and the Maestro of Moohlah Michael Terry on today's Episode of the Keys to Riches Powered by Unlock Your Wealth Radio.

Listen every Monday morning where you’ll find our featured Key for the week from Heather’s Keys To Riches™ Financial Wellness Series.

Key Statement:

If I allow seasonal events and special occasions disrupt my savings and spending plan I will never be able to build true wealth. To become truly successful managing money, I must be more mindful during holidays and on special occasions because going overboard serves no one, not me nor my loved ones.

Key Affirmation:

I am a gracious recipient and considerate giver.

Key Commitment:

I commit to using Heather’s “Card Up” Assessment formula when determining appropriate gift giving.

Key Action Item:

When giving gifts or remembering or commemorating someone’s special occasion, begin with a card and work from there. For annual events and celebrations, sit down and create a plan for saving with your discretionary funds. It is easier and requires less intrusion with your daily dollars when you give yourself 364 days to carry out a sizable savings goal.

These are just some examples of things you can expect and work into your plans.  Be creative with your strategy so you can achieve financial independence AND still enjoy the fruits of your labors today.

Tune in every week as Heather Wagenhals, host of Unlock Your Wealth Radio, reveals this week’s Key, along with our Key of the Week, Moolah Word of the Day, Money Drama & more