What would it feel like in 12 weeks when you get
courage to look at your current financial situation,
clarity about why you want it to change,
commitment about how you're going to make it change,
and the confidence to deal with whatever emotional and mind drama that comes up?
This could be what your relationship with money is like in 12 weeks,
when you join my private 1:1 coaching program for women,
Since it's a brand-new program, I'm launching it with a little fanfare:
This all goes away after 25 January 2024, 10 pm, Singapore time.
So get in today.
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