What's in Your Purse?
In the book, A Purse of Your Own, America's Wealth Coach,™ Deborah Owens, shares the formula that financially successful women use to secure their financial future: 7 Steps + 7 Habits = 7 Figures.
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REAL WOMEN. REAL FEARS... REAL FINANCIAL FREEDOM.

"I was afraid to invest because I feared losing all of my money. I didn't know where to invest and I had heard too many negative stories. I now understand that the market will go up and down and that I had to get rid of my fear of losing money. If you need your money to grow, you have to learn how to evaluate and analyze the market. I know how to minimize my risks because I know how to allocate my assets, diversify and make sure I am not exposed too much in one area. I am a lot less fearful because I understand how the financial markets work." - Deborah Brady

 
 
I needed to know what the next steps were to obtain and manage long term wealth. While I dabbled in investing, I had no real strategy in selecting stock other than going with my gut instinct of what was currently trending or selecting established companies with proven products. Mrs. Owens taught me the science and tools that advisors use in selecting stock. This information is invaluable as I will now be able to ask more relevant questions and make more informed decisions when working with a financial professional. Thanks to Mrs. Owens I now have a wealthy mindset. - Tedra Scott
 
 
 
The reason that I signed up for wealth coaching was that I knew I didn't have the knowledge I needed. After I retired, I realized that I needed to grow my money. Before I went through wealth coaching, I only looked at one factor---the ups and downs of the market. I didn't know how to decide what to invest in or when to invest. I now know how to research mutual funds and stocks and make investment decisions. I also learned the importance of diversification and why you shouldn't try to time the market. I feel more confident and now have to the knowledge to use better judgment in my investment decisions. -Drusilla Yorke