Financial Wellness coach guiding women who want to transform their relationship with money.
“If you want something you’ve never had, you must be willing to do what you’ve never done.”
Money impacts nearly every aspect of our lives. Most people weren’t raised witnessing a healthy relationship with money. Jenny helps to unpack the history and limiting beliefs around the financial story, clean up the situation that is holding her clients back, and ultimately align their money with their values, goals and priorities.
Through Jenny’s own transformation from financial hardship to living debt free, she truly learned how significant the financial piece is in relation to the rest of life.
“Looking back, I can’t believe it took me this long. I was raised by a very financially savvy woman (also an accountant) who had me working my first excel spreadsheet by the time I was 10 years old. I opened my first business at 17 and owned my fourth by the time I was 30. I’ve always been good with money, money seemed to like me, and opportunities seemed to seek my entrepreneurial spirit out.
I’ve never really struggled to make money, but I also never managed to hang onto any substantial amount. Debt, on the other hand, was just part of life. I never imagined that you could actually live debt free, particularly in this society. I attempted and failed for my entire twenties to “get out of debt” and finally, after years of different methods, books, budgets, research, apps, and podcasts something clicked. It wasn’t about the money; it was my beliefs and behavior. Lightbulb! It wasn’t the money that was the problem, it was me. My money mindset needed an overhaul.
It was a tough pill to swallow. To stop being a victim of life and the financial curveballs that were constantly being thrown towards me. I was the issue. What I really needed to do to finally kick some of those habits was get to the real issues’ underneath, and to get clear on my why.
Around the same time that I was gaining control of my finances and the behavior that coincided with it, I was able to see how simplifying one aspect of my life made it bearable to look at all the other aspects of my life that had been hidden, buried, and put on the back burner. I was saying yes to way too much. My life was out of alignment with my goals, my intentions and my values. The more I simplified, the clearer my life and purpose got and the happier and more fulfilled I became. I started this company so I could help others discover this same freedom.”
“The only ceiling you’ll ever have, is the one you choose to stand under.” —Jenny Foertsch