Kesten defines financial freedom as "what I have is what I want, and what I want is what I have." Stress induced by personal finance comes when you do not have a sufficient amount money to cover all of your expenses. As your audience begins to think about their New Year's goals, Kesten's message of aligning your wants and needs will help others to set realistic expectations and bring happiness to many during the New Year.
This approach to achieving Financial Freedom is not a one-size-fits-all solution, but rather a process of finding what works for your own situation. This short book will help you to create a financial vision statement, set realistic goals and develop a process for achieving your long-term goals. After completing these steps, you will understand that there is more to financial freedom than having no debt and large savings account.
About the Author:
Greg Kesten has spent more than 30 years in the financial coaching field, with a focus on education and teaching. As a business owner and entrepreneur, Greg knows what it takes to set realistic objectives - and reach them. His formal education includes a B.A. in Communications from Brigham Young University, an M. Ed in Guidance and Counseling from South Dakota State University. Greg has also been certified as a coach with Franklin Covey's Seven Habits of Highly Effective People.Greg worked as an adjunct faculty instructor at the University of Phoenix, and at Salt Lake Community College, teaching finance, business communication and public speaking courses.
Before that, Greg served in the U.S. Air Force as a Missile Launch Officer. He also taught leadership development skills for 17 years to Air Force Reserve personnel, including workshops on financial communication and planning.
You can learn more at (FinancialFreedom.co).