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Since this is a blog about making money online it’s important to master your money the right way.. what does that mean?

Well, I always say… If you want to be happy learn to be happy, if you want to be healthy learn about health but if you want money study money and the best way to do it is by studying financial literacy…

Financial literacy should be a lifestyle

We’re not taught how to be financially free school was really designed to prepare us for the workforce.

Not too long ago I came across a video on youtube about an inmate that learned how to read stocks in prison, it’s amazing to me how he learned to read or write until he went to prison, but this video really made me see the light after

He was throwing facts after facts ( watch the video below)



Listening to him made me really realize that all of our purchases are based on emotions, I started a business based on emotion, I just wanted to be financially and being able to take care of my family and do the things that I love the most.

When I was in high school I took financial literacy class, which I remember being taught to stay out of debt, and presenting to the class what I wanted to be when I grow up but never actually a plan to budget or to be financially independent.

According to money habitudes  65% of women and 52% of men said that financial matters cause them the most stress.

Money is an important tool that for most of us it’s an engine to have the freedom to do the things that we want to do the most.

We’re emotional beings, there’s nothing wrong with wanting more money because when we say we want more money we rally want the freedom that money gives us.

Most people relate money with something evil or wealth with something evil when the reality is that money can be a great engine for our good.

If I didn’t want money I wouldn’t be learning about the discipline, perseverance and tools to create an online business.

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The reality is that having more money was my engine to help people like you who want to start their online business and that want to make passive income.

Learning to master your money, is key to have a wealthy mindset and create wealth I can be giving you tips all day long and the tools I use to have a profitable online business but if you can’t master your money you will run out of money sooner or later.

Have you met some business owners who either went out of business because they couldn’t manage their profits right or are making ends meet but want to look flashy or maybe they spend their money on things they don’t need?

That’s just like investing money and throwing it away, and if we’re not able to put an end to it, it’s eventually going to hurt us emotionally.

What if you could be able to follow a money strategy right now to fix your finances and get out of debt? or if I gave you the right tools to change your mindset as it did to me and start applying these principles?

No one talks about financial literacy or about saving up, that’s because we live a consumer society but after watching all of the videos in this money mastery bundle I started learning the importance of budgeting and seeing money as your best friend.

It’s a bundle that includes 14 ebooks, 10 e-courses, 10 printables, 11 videos and more!

All of them taught by multiple CPA’s, a certified financial planner a former hedge fund manager and dozens of authors and bloggers who have learned how to master money through their personal experiences of paying debt and building wealth.

The total value of all 45 products is $1206.41

I obviously haven’t gotten through all of these because it’s such good content but so far I’ve watched all of the videos, after watching the how to budget when you hate budgeting video I immediately went to my boyfriend talked about it and planned a date with money.

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My Biggest Takeaways:

How to Eat Healthy Whole foods without spending your whole paycheck

Dave Ramsey suggests that the average family should spend about 10 to 15% of their budget every month on food.

Another guideline comes from the United States Department of Agriculture.

If you look on their website, they have an entire form to calculate different budgets. after you have your food budget and the foods that you want to eat, is to try to cook and eat at home as much as possible.

As Gigi Hudock I began studying this, she found that restaurant foods easily more than double the food cost of those that you fix at home. She teaches you what to make at home so you don’t have to get it at the grocery store.

Things like keeping a price book for your common purchases, my boyfriend and I decided that we will be cooking 4 times a day and our common purchases like water, fruit and yoghurt are made at Costco.

Aldi, Sprouts, Trader Joe’s, and Costco all have excellent prices on many different foods.

 as part of your price book, sign up for their newsletters to compare discount prices!

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5 Ways savvy women practice self-care

The first thing Takisha Artis teaches is how to change your financial relationship with money, I always say money needs to be your BFF.

If you don’t know what that means, it’s your best friend forever.

Why? Because money is always gonna be a very integral part of our lives.

Every day you’re growing, every day you’re becoming a better woman, and every day you need to show yourself a little bit of grace, show yourself a little bit of forgiveness.

This was the first video I watched in the bundle, and it just wanted I need it to move forward and want more of this information.

Once you learn to forgive yourself and see money as your best friend and that is there to serve you, everything changes, but for me, it was seeing the light at the end of the tunnel.


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How to budget even when you hate budgeting

Taylor Medine first talks about the tools that you need. like your income per paycheck.

I’m going to be honest here, I learned things that I never bother googling like a Net income which is the money that you get after any distributions come out of your paycheck, so taxes, health insurance, or 401(k).

Basically the money that you get in your hand and in your bank account.

Then you’re going to need your expenses, both your fixed and variable expenses.

Fixed expenses, which are expenses that do not change from month-to-month.

An example of this would be your rent, your mortgage, your auto loan, your student loan. Anything that stays the same and is predictable.

Variable expenses which are those that change from month-to-month, like gas, groceries, the lunch money that you give to your kid, the lunch money that you have for yourself when you’re at work, and different expenses that are not the same or not predictable from month-to-month.

This course goes more in-depth in allocating and saving your money, a framework to start budgeting 


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The money bundle has really helped me creating a wealthy mindset and achieving major results in my online business.

I’m now able to save up more money and have enough to pay all of the tools that I need to automate my business.

I went from having a few couple hundreds on my bank account to pay my credit card debt in five months! all because I had the right strategy percentage that worked for me to set money aside.

I learned that my biggest weakness was saying no and I needed to start saying no to myself and my boyfriend when we really wanted something but knew we didn’t need it.

They also offer a strategy to get out of student loan debt in 10 years!

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You know you’re a hard worker but you want to be proactive with your money, but no one ever taught you how to do that.

I know I didn’t because before I felt like I was drifting I didn’t really know what I was doing or where I was heading and just hoped that everything turned out ok.

But that is a recipe for stressful nights and tension within my marriage, financial decisions and missed opportunities and when it comes to money.

We don’t want to waste time letting things get worse while learning things through trial and error.

The master your money bundle it’s a faster way to take control, get systems in place, make more money and plan for a prosperous financial future for our families. You’ll learn how to:

  • Set up an easy budgeting system you can actually stick with
  • Learn proven ways to save money no matter your income
  • Take control of debt without feeling overwhelmed
  • Find smart ways to grow your family’s income
  • Create a clear plan for achieving your financial goals


A real-life guide to financial freedom.


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These are systems and strategies that actually worked for real people at any income level. 45 resources that were proven, practical and inspiring. Resources that can help you master your money and reach your financial goals.

If you add them up, these eBooks, eCourses and more are worth over $1200.

But thanks to a special partnership with the smart people who created it this bundle, you can get the entire collection for only $49.97 in the Master Your Money Super Bundle with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

What do you think of financial literacy?  should we make it a lifestyle? if you have any questions about the master your money bundle let me know in the section below!

24 thoughts on “Master Your Money: Financial Advice for Entrepreneurs”

  1. I loved your article. It’s so true, if we don’t master our money, it will master us. I love the idea of cooking and not eating out. It saves money but is also healthier. I think it even keeps our brains working better and we’re more grounded. The Master Your Money bundle looks great. It looks like one of the most practical things a business owner can do to keep things under control. I need the part about getting out of student loan debt. Thanks so much for presenting this info.

    1. Thanks for stopping by Paula! and yes you’re right, eating healthy keeps our brains work better and help us stay grounded! this has been challenging for us but as we plan more and more we get better at it 🙂

  2. Hello  

    Thanks for your post on “Master Your Money: Financial Advice for Entrepreneurs” and have to agree as a woman that I am in that 65% with stress due to day to day financial stress. I agree that people don’t like to talk about financial literacy and saving money until it’s almost to late. I’m glad you have provided your post to get more people talking about it. Also I’m glad you are offering the Master Your Money products.

    Best Regards

    1. Yes and that used to be me a while back is something that we avoid because we link it with pain, so we leave it for last I know this bundle will help you with your finances as it did for me Thanks for stopping by Audrey 🙂

  3. Hello,While reading I know that money habitudes 65% of women and 52% of men said that financial matters cause them the most stress.We’re emotional beings, there’s nothing wrong with wanting more money because when we say we want more money we rally want the freedom that money gives us. Your guide is very useful

  4. Hello, I really want to first appreciate your effort in putting this great website together and writing this article. I quit my job some months ago with the aim of finding a source and becoming an entrepreneur so I can grow my business. I have tried searching for help but now I think with the help of your advice, I will become a successful entrepreneur 

    1. Hi Benny! I love that this article it’s helping you become financially free. For me, it was mostly discipline but after you dominate that it all just flows, I appreciate your comment and wish you much success 🙂

  5. Wow, thank you for the amazing article!  You’re absolutely right that people who are looking to make more money online should have some sort of budgeting to get it there!  I have an uncle that has found much success with his company, yet the way he and his wife live… they filed for bankruptcy and lost the business.  Then they went into real estate and are essentially doing the exact same thing.  If you want to have financial freedom, you can’t live beyond your means with $800 shoes.  (Who the heck needs $800 shoes anyway?)

    Sure, if you budget and plan financially for when you DO make millions of dollars, THEN you can go hog wild on your spending if you want, but even millionaires can live beyond their means.

    Financial planning is essential to any business and I loved that you included an article on it.  Your course suggestions I will take under advisement, especially the “How to Budget when You Hate Budgeting” one!  LOL!

    1. Of course! were you able to read the post? that was a very good one, it took some time to adjust the right percentages but with discipline, everything is possible Thanks for reading 🙂

  6. This is a huge bargain based on that price and I in fact subscribed to their mailing list via your link. For just $49.97, you can get access to a product bundle that’s worth $1,200 and I can’t let it pass by. Unfortunately, when I subscribed, I was told it is not available as of this moment and will be available soon. I can’t wait for that as I am very excited. Do you think when will this Master Your Money bundle be available?

    I’m currently developing my habits in financial literacy and I need some guides. Aside from the self-help and financial literacy books that I already have, this Master Your Money guides will be an addition to my arsenal. Learning the theories, and then applying it.

  7. Hi Shae,

    Indeed, everything is energy and emotions are nothing but Energy In Motion (emotion).

    I read the book Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki it was an eye-opener for me. Studying financial literacy is a must and in our schools, they are not teaching about managing money. The video you embedded is inspiring and motivating.

    Most people who relate money to evil are the ones who are not able to achieve financial success or financial freedom and they won’t let others to achieve that as well. We can use the money for so many good causes and change people’s lives.

    Master Your Money Bundle sounds interesting but I was thinking the price is quite expensive for my present situation since I am on a budget but when I came to know about the special offer that I can get it for just $49.97 I am amazed and it’s on my list. Thanks a lot for this insightful and informative article.

    1. Yes! the value in this bundle is really good. You could get it for $37 without the cheat sheet there still a lot of value in this bundle, I’ve learned so many things. I literally couldn’t wait to get paid to allocate my money and save it. The best part about it is that I was able to pay my credit card debt, it was a great investment! you can still get the bundle at $49.97 🙂

  8. Hi Shae and thanks for this great website,
    I’m trying to build an online business but I’ve got five kids and all the things that come with that. Being able to build my business at minimal cost is something that’s really imoprtat to me and I think you’ve got some really great articles here to help me

  9. That’s such a detailed post Shae. I too had used it earlier but frankly never completed watching the videos. Maybe I will give it a second try 🙂

  10. Wow, what a great article, thank you for sharing this! I’ve been horrible with money in the past, so much so that I’ve gotten myself into an incredible amount of debt. I’m actually doing something to get out of it now and have 3 years left to go, but I let myself do dumb things with credit cards and whatever money I had left. My biggest issue was not budgeting and that is something I want to change right now. The Master Your Money Super Bundle is perfect for me so I can get back on track with managing my money. I do have a question though. Does it say anything about creating an emergency fund savings account?

    1. Yes! The things that I talked about in this blog post are my biggest takeaways but that’s only 10% of the bundle. The Personal Finance Essentials by Kathryn Hanna talks about Setting up an Emergency Fund & Cash Reserve. Let me know if you liked the master your money bundle! I made some mistakes in the past too but what I liked about the master your money bundle is that It also teaches you to move past that. Thanks for stopping by 🙂

  11. I give kudos to Curtis “Wall Street” Carroll in teaching himself to read and learn financial freedom while in prison. Unfortunately we have grown up in a society that does not teach the youth of America about finance and how to deal with it responsibly. 

    I didn’t learn to budget and still don’t, unfortunately. I get this amount of money from social security disability and stack up my bills and go through them. I don’t consider groceries, gas, or a clothing allowance. I am very deep in debt of unpaid medical bills and would love to become debt free with the right training from someone.

    This Master Your Money Super Bundle sounds like the ideal thing, but it is too high for my income.

    There were several points you made that I can do, like getting the budget planner from the United States Department of Agriculture. I too could keep a pricing book to keep up with common purchases.

    One thing I am curious about. you stated Dave Ramsey to say the average family should spend 10 to 15% of their budget every month on food. Did he state how much the average family should spend on non-food items like toiletries, toilet paper, dish soap and washing detergent? These items can run up your grocery bill too.

    Can you purchasethe $49.97 collection without purchasing the Super Bundle and would it cost more alone?

    1. Hi Charlotte! In Dave Ramsey states in this blog post 10–15% for food, no more than 25% on housing, 10–15% in savings, and 10–15% on charitable giving
      As for the Master your money bundle you can the bundle without the cheat sheets for $37 here

  12. Thanks for the great post, Shae. I agree. It’s amazing to me that financial literacy isn’t taught in schools or that more parents don’t take it upon themselves to teach it to their kids.

    It sounds like Master Your Money Bundle is a good resource. Thanks!

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