Monthly Archives: November 2018
Have you ever called in because you didn’t have enough gas to get to work? Have you ever missed a meal because you were short on funds? Although only 40% of Americans regularly use a budget, if you want to stop struggling, you have to take control of your money.
Once upon a time, you had a happy home. The bills were paid, the cabinets were stocked and everyone enjoyed family time. Recently, things are not so happy at home. You’re walking on eggshells hoping there won’t be another fight. Family time rarely happens because your partner is gone a lot. The pantry is almost bare and you’re scared to ask for grocery money. Life has become a troubling version of what it used to be. What happened?
You have ambition, and you’re not afraid to reach for it. You want more out of life than what you currently have, and that’s a good thing. You are reliable, trusted, hard-working and well-liked by team members.
Your next step? A leadership position.