How to get on the same page with
your significant other about money
A step-by-step process for making it happen
Has getting on the same page with your partner been on your mind? For how long? How has it impacted you?
Having different money beliefs and habits is okay in the short-term, but unsustainable over the long-term.
Getting on the same page with your loved ones is one the most important things you can do. But the topic of money can be uncomfortable and difficult.
If you’d like to have a step-by-step process for talking about money, create a plan for getting on the same page, and putting that plan into action, this could be your solution.
In this course, you will:
- Explore your money past - You and your significant other will do a deep-dive into your past history with money and your finances
- Get clear on where you’re at today - You'll get a clear picture of your current understanding and money know-how
- Talk about where you’re going - You'll work together to map out your desired financial future
- Clear the air - You’ll talk about any and all attitudes and or behaviors that are bothering either of you.
But this won't help everyone...
It takes two people who are committed to getting on the same money page in order to follow my step-by-step process.
If that’s you, great! If it’s not, no problem.
Maybe it’s best for the two of you to keep doing what you’re doing.
If you’re looking for a traditional, buttoned up financial character in a suit and tie, I’m not the right person for you. But if you mostly want an approachable, genuine person who cares deeply about the people he serves, we’ll get along great.
From our students
“George is an easy-going, caring person. His experience helps him explain difficult concepts in an easy to understand way”
Omar and Monica
“George is great at meeting you where you are. He’s helped us set our priorities and take action”
Sara Jane and Lane
“This course helped us get clear and on the same page. We couldn’t be happier.”
Greg and Erica
How much does it cost?
An $100 one-time payment gets you lifetime access to the course and all updates.
How do I know if the course will work for me?
If you follow the steps, you’ll get on the same page with your partner. If you don’t, it may not work for you.
How long will the course take?
Some people complete the 7 modules one week, and others take longer. You’ll have lifetime access and are free to take as long as you need.
Do I need to be good with money and understand personal finance?
No. The course is designed so anyone can complete it.
What if I get stuck and can’t figure something out?
You can attend our monthly Office Hours sessions and get any question answered. Also, we love communicating with our students, so you can reach out anytime.
You have enough time to do almost anything, but not enough time to waste. As the saying goes, “The best time to plant a tree was 30 years ago. The next best time is today.” Financial matters are time-sensitive, it pays to get started.
This course is for you if you’re ready to take charge of your financial life and get on the same page with your loved ones.
Imagine the feeling you’ll have after finally ripping off the bandaid and having the money conversation you’ve been needing to have. How great will it be to finally have that weight lifted, and to know you’ve started on the path to financial success and independence?
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P.S. You're someone who can become financially successful. You deserve to have a plan for your future. You got this!
A 20 year finance industry veteran, podcaster, writer and speaker, George is working to help people get better at money and life how they want.
He spent 10 years with a Fortune 100 company as an advisor and in leadership positions where he impacted thousands of people and developed training curriculums. He's the President of Financial Consulting Professionals, the Founder and Chief Community Officer of Money Alignment Academy and the host of the LifeBlood podcast.
George is honored to have been named to Investopedia's list of the Top 100 Most Influential Financial Advisors many years in a row. He is husband to Emilie and dad to James and Jack.