Financial Fitness Program

We call it “The Money Thing”: the elusive, often difficult mystery of acquiring, keeping, and continuing to produce enough money to be able to live the life of our choosing.  While prescriptions and advice about one’s money are as available and varied as diet plans for one’s physical health, financial fitness appears to be as rare a thing as 3% body fat and proper cholesterol.  But it doesn’t have to be that way.

The principles of financial fitness are available for everyone.  Just as with diets for physical health and fitness, where fanaticism and extremism are not only suspect but are unsustainable, so too with financial fitness.  What works best is knowledge and application of basic principles.  Learning and applying these principles, over time, can produce incredible results and, perhaps surprisingly, also be a lot of fun.

Financial Fitness is the first program designed to teach all three aspects of personal finance: defense, offense, and playing field.  Learn the simple, easy-to-apply principles that can help you shore up your resources, get out of debt, and build stability for a more secure future.

Program includes:

  • A comprehensive book
  • A companion workbook
  • 9 audios that amplify the teachings from the books
  • A personal website to track progress
  • A customized assessment test
  • The ability to share milestones and successes with accountability partners and friends
  • The ability to post videos and photos
  • Monthly webinars for continuing financial education
  • And daily info “nuggets”


“Finally, I found a financial tool that is easy to understand and makes sense.  The financial information is life changing.”  Holger Spiewak

Financial Fitness is perfect for all income levels.  My only regret is that I didn’t have this information ten years ago.”  Raymond Abernathy

“It’s amazing how your whole attitude changes for the better once you feel in control of your finances rather than your finances being in control of you.  Financial Fitness was just what I needed.”  Tony Hoffman

For more information call 404-991-0072 or email