Activate Your Talent- Importance of Finance

Activate Your Finances

Biblically, a talent is tied to financial dealings. The Parable of the Talents in Matthew rings true to AYT, especially this verse: “‘Well done, good and faithful servant! You have been faithful with a few things; I will put you in charge of many things.” Activate Your Talent seeks to help you be a good steward of your finances by providing clients with relevant information, best practices, and inspiration.

Activate Your Talent believes that in order for people to operate in their prime, they need to have their financial lives under control. AYT offers financial education and coaching by an Accredited Financial Counselor with over four years of experience in budgeting, debt reduction, and credit counseling. We work with clients to create an individualized plan for success and then walk through the process with you to ensure success. We are extremely passionate about increasing financial literacy and bring enthusiasm and experience to your unique financial situation.

During the Awareness phase, Activate Your Talent helps individuals gain a clear understanding of their current financial picture. Information and education is provided during this phase. Next, during the Activation phase, Activate Your Talent equips participants with specific tools and processes to turn the momentum created through self-awareness into action. Individuals learn how to more effectively solve problems, set goals, and create actionable plans. Finally, in the Awarness phase Activate Your Talent incorporates reflective journaling in order to help participants crystallize their insights and sustain improved performance. Tracking financial progress consistently creates a transparency that encourages and celebrates discipline. Additionally, participants will be given tips and best practices for embedding changed behaviors into enduring transformation.

90% of Americans say that they are stressed about money and arguing about money is the number one predictor of divorce. - Huffington Post