Alaska Money Coach can see you online

Alaska Money Coach can see you online

Tom Woodward known as the Alaska Money Coach is a local licensed professional counselor who wants to help you make your peace with money, so you can focus on what really matters. Woodward is also a mind, body, breath counselor, “Many people have a belief system about money that doesn’t really help them. As a money coach I help individuals, couples and families take charge of their finances utilizing three basic steps. First waking up and making a plan, creating a spending plan designed you and your everyday life. Second putting the past behind you and stop letting emotions dictate your spending and earning, and third enjoy a richer, fuller life.” Woodward works with many clients face to face wherever they are, “When I work on line I have a screen share video connection that allows me to be face to face with the client and work with the practical side of finances showing them how to diagrams and what to do build a very solid financial foundation with their money. We encourage people to access their creative side and establish more effective boundaries. Many successful people worry about money and know they need to address their money issues to be truly happy. The good news is, I can guide them through those issues with encouragement and compassion,” said Woodward.

Woodward also does mental health counseling from his house office in Soldotna or for those who want to work in person. Most of his financial clients are on line and from all over the lower 48 states. Counseling is Woodward’s second career he formerly had a small business in Missoula, Montana, “I sold the business when I realized I wanted to have a change in my life, so I went back to school and earned my Master’s degree in counseling to work with individuals and couples. I want folks to imagine this: Leaving behind beliefs and emotional reactions to money that have hindered you it achieving your goals and living your dreams. Being in control of your finances without feeling stressed out, not regretting spending money and having no debt.

Enjoying paying your bills each month and saving money for unexpected expenses, early retirement, a rainy day or a vacation, all without depriving yourself. Feels warm and tingly, right?” To learn more call Tom Woodward for a free consultation at 907-252-1839 and check out his website

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