08/13/19: How I became the CFO of my own life

By Phyllis Newhouse, CEO of Xtreme Solutions, Inc.

How engaged are you in your finances?

Some avoid dealing with their personal finances because they experience financial fear or believe they lack expertise, with many married women today still leaving investments and money management to their husbands. Or, perhaps you just haven’t taken that extra step to ensure you’re on the right track to maximize your wealth.

Many years ago, I realized that if I truly wanted to achieve my goals, I needed to approach my finances intentionally. How could I run a successful business if my own affairs weren’t in order? So, I began running my household finances much as I would a business. I became the CFO (Chief Financial Officer) of my own life.

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