Financial (Dis)stress: Are You Sitting on a Gold Mine?

Financial Distress:  What to DO?

financial planningFinancial (dis)stress is the number one reason for relationships breaking up – and we are often so paralysed by fear of the consequences of difficulties that we become tunnel-visioned and unable to see a way forward….or see ways forward that are, in the long run, not beneficial at all and leave us even worse off!

But did you realise you might be sitting on a gold mine?

What Can I DO to Help Solve the Problem?

If we manage to step back from our financial situations and apply a bit more objectivity, we may actually find ways of improving our financial situation, some of which may turn out to be quite lucrative.

bulletin-boardFor example,  I love reading and do a lot of it in various languages; as the result of one book I translated (as a favour, for free) I was asked to translate to other books — for which I WAS paid.  A hobby turned into a side business — it’s time intensive, but I love it…and it makes me a bit of extra money!

In the video below, I talk about some of the possibilities of  creating additional income for yourself, which may provide some inspiration.

 

Join Me on Facebook Live on Thursday 19 May

If you’d like to learn more about ways to improve your income, join me on my Facebook page, Simply Improve Health with Sheila Balgobin, with special guest, Aidan Parr at 8PM