A life full of purpose and contentment
What if you could live a life full of purpose and contentment; a life where resources, instead of being a source of concern and worry, were connected to what matters most to you? It sounds beautiful, but is it even possible? Jim Munchbach believes it is, and in his book, Make Your Money Count: Personal Financial Planning Based on Your Purpose, Values, and Goals, Jim suggests courageous steps to help readers reach that goal.
In Make Your Money Count, Jim notes four types of people he’s identified during his 22 years of experience as a financial services professional:
- Those who are buried in debt but continue to spend even though they’re consumed with anxiety about money,
- Those who live barely above water and are always “one paycheck from disaster”,
- Those who have bucks in the bank but are still worried about their finances, and
- Those whose lives are full of purpose and contentment and who connect their resources to what matters most.
A Clear and Purposeful Path
With gripping and heart-warming stories, Jim guides each of the first three kinds of people down a path toward becoming people who are full of purpose and contentment.
Most people long to make sense of their finances but don’t know where to turn for help.
In Make Your Money Count, Jim puts the pieces together so readers clearly understand:
- The necessity of having a clear, compelling purpose in life,
- How to connect resources to purpose,
- How to write a strategic and simple “Blueprint for Financial Success”,
- Ways to maximize savings and investments, and
- A strategy for passing principles of good financial management to the next generation.
A Reliable Source of Eternal Wisdom
The ability to live a purposeful, joy-filled life can be choked out by the “weeds” of worrying about having more possessions, the deceptive lure of getting more money, and a heart focused on the wrong things. In Make Your Money Count, Jim uses Biblical wisdom to help readers pull these weeds from their hearts and replace them with a clear, compelling purpose, and then now to connect that purpose to everything else in life–including finances. After reading this book, readers will truly know how to make their money count.
Make Your Money Count includes questions and exercises at the end of each chapter to help both individuals and groups apply these life-changing principles.