Jewell Robinson was inspired by her parents to dream big, think big, and do big. She earned a political science degree from the University of Georgia and has over 17 years of service in the United States Marine Corps.
As a Financial Specialist, Jewell’s daily mission is to educate people about the psychological reasons behind unhealthy spending habits and coach them into achieving financial security.
In this episode, Jewell shares strategies to help you make smart money choices and get the most out of your tax refund.
Spenders vs. Savers: 5 Different Money Personality Types
Jewell broke down the most common money personality types and why it’s important to know which one you are and how you developed your personal habits.
Most people fit into one of these categories:
How To Change Your Money Habits
The first step is to acknowledge your habits.
The second step is to determine how you developed your money habits. Were they learned during your childhood, based on how your parents treated money?
The third step is to focus and be intentional about changing them.
Jewell’s Suggestions for Getting the Most Out of Your Tax Refund
Jewell reminds you to not get overwhelmed thinking about doing everything on her list. If you have bills that need to be paid, pay them first. Then make a smart choice about how you will allocate the rest of your tax return.
Start small, but just do something. Even if you have to start by saving $10 or $20 a month, that’s better than nothing.
Jewell Recommends That You Read:
The Retirement Miracle, by Patrick Kelly, a great read to get you into the “retirement mindset”.
Jewell has a 12- month complimentary program, where she provides financial education, goal-setting, and accountability. She’s currently looking for 50 people who are dedicated and committed to creating healthy financial habits.
When you join her program, you’ll receive:
Contact Jewell to apply for admission into her program at 619-356-3232.
Where You Can Find Jewell Online
LinkedIn: Jewell Robinson
Jewell’s Parting Words of Wisdom
“Don’t get overwhelmed when it comes to your finances. Take baby steps and you will eventually get there.” ~Jewell Robinson
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