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Financial Freedom: River Lee, CFMG 

 September 12, 2019

How are you doing money-wise? Are you feeling flush or struggling to make ends meet? Does the idea of financial freedom seem laughable?

For many pet professionals, money is a huge concern. Across the industry, pet pros of every kind are overworked and undervalued.

River Lee, CFMG, owner of Savvy Groomer, joined me to talk about money. She's had her own share of financial challenges and now she's on a mission to help groomers find their way to financial security.

Budgeting is like dieting. We all know the basic principles, but implementation trips us up.

In this week's episode, River and I discussed practical tips that will help you 

  • Set a budget ... that you'll actually stick to
  • Create an emergency fund
  • Explore your values to ensure you're spending your limited funds on the things that really matter to you

What's your biggest money challenge? What steps are you taking to address it? Join the conversation over on the Resilient & Thriving Pet Pros Facebook page.

This post may contain affiliate links. When you click them, I may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. I only recommend products and services that my guests or I have used or have experience with.

You don't have to go it alone.
Here's how we can work together.

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In Positive Changes, I guide small groups of pet pros through the skills, tools, and support systems necessary to feel rejuvenated, reignite their passion, and do the work they're meant to do.

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