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Net Worth It

Jun 13, 2018

This episode is FULL of information about how to use your strengths to make you more money, improve your net worth, and most importantly how you view money.  

You will learn:

-How to view the energy of money in your life even when you have less than you need

-What shifts happen to you when all of your money and dignity feels gone and how to rebuild from there

-How to take small steps to moving toward a brighter and more abundant future

-How to empower yourself with your current strengths for maximum results

I have been working with Zach for a while now and he has helped me to improve my customer's results to over 70% of people in my business getting long lasting nutritional change (the national average is that less than 30% of nutrition programs work long term).  He has also helped my team have over 300% better financial outcomes.  In our business people are paid for referrals of nutrition and he is teaching me how to lead them better so they get better financial outcomes.  

To be able to help a person change their financial blueprint in my business is so freaking RAD.  I LOVE watching people transform physically and emotionally but also watching them transform financially is just so cool that I get to call this "work".  

Zach is a coach, writer, teacher, and healer.  His purpose is simple: He helps people get out of their own way so that they can create an absolute dream life.

He is an uncle, a boyfriend, a French-speaker and translator, as well as a poet and athlete.  

His Top 5 StrengthsFinder Themes are: Ideation, Connectedness, Strategic, Input, and Empathy.  

He coaches and develops a team of IT badasses during the day for a software start-up in St. Paul, MN and runs an extremely busy private coaching practice on top of that. 

He is certified by Gallup as a Strengths Coach and serves as the Chair of the Board of Directors at Empower Survivors, an organization dedicated to supporting the healing of survivors, educating communities, and preventing childhood abuse.