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Our Why

We believe that in every person there are gifts and talents waiting to be unleashed. There is potential. There is greatness.  There is God-given dignity and power. 


But barriers often keep people from reaching all that we need them to be.  Some are external to them. Some, they’ve put on themselves.  


For many, a lack of financial skills is one of those barriers.


It is our mission to do everything we can to remove this barrier. We see a future where the lack of money is not a hindrance to anyone, but a force of unstoppable good behind them, pushing them to great things; to give to the world the incredible things inside them. And we believe the best way to achieve that is to teach people how to have power over their own finances.


We offer financial literacy courses that are Biblically-based and focused on purposeful action and creating momentum.  We also offer 1-on-1 coaching to help those who want that extra personalized push towards their goals.


If you believe what we believe, we’d love to work with you.


We Believe

Everyone deserves to win with money

Financial literacy should be a right, not a privilege

Money should work for us, not the other way around

Our Just Cause

We envision a world where the vast majority of people are intentionally using their money to build a future that inspires them. 

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Our Values


Keep it Simple

Simple actions, repeated consistently for a long time, create outrageous results.


Unreasonable Generosity

Give, give, give, and give again. The quickest path to joy is through generosity, for you and for others. It's not about what you keep, it's about what you give away.


Extreme Ownership

Taking absolute responsibility for everything in your life is the only reliable way to change your circumstances. We believe in happening to life, not letting life happen to us.

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Stewards Not Owners

Everything we have has been given to us, and we are caretakers, not owners, of them.


Servant Leadership

 The most effective leaders strive to serve others, rather than accrue power or take control.

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