White Rock, Canada (PressExposure) December 21, 2009 -- Think Your Money started out 4 years ago as a first attempt at mentoring those who need financial tools and coaching. It started as a book. It identifies that there is a vacuum in financial coaching for families. This is a one of a kind attempt to identify basic concepts, attitudes and procedures to manage personal finances for personal success.
The ideas identified have been rewritten and are offered on a new and improved website. The development of the concepts has grown in other ways. We have added a menu of Financial Tools that folks can explore to find ones that will help them understand and manage their family finances. There are over 25 tools identified. We start with basic tools such as budgets, balance sheets and a life plan. Downloadable and printable copies are available. To help manage your family income within the boundaries of these basic tools we offer an explanation of tools available in the market to help you accomplish your household financial goals.
A blog of supporting articles will be continually added to with the goals of supporting the concepts and to answer questions that readers can submit on the contact form.
Future press releases will announce the addition of a sign up form for folks to receive future updates to the toolbox and additional coaching. It will identify additions to site content and financial products that should help folks improve their financial situation.
There will be another book added to the site and this will be announced in a future press release. It is devoted to identifying how the tools work. It will identify the "Big 3" tools...a personal budget, balance sheet and life plan. All other tools will be explained by how they work to help you attain your life goals by properly managing your income using the tools from the toolbox. Your budget and balance sheet are the keys analytical tools to help you identify proper money management attitudes and behaviors when using these tools.
This is a place for regular folks who want to improve their household finances in the long term. It is not about getting rich quick or even getting rich. It is about managing your money so that you can get what you want out of life no matter how humble or how ambitious you may be.