Which is Better? Individual Counseling versus Group Education for Financial Literacy Training in Denver

Our financial situation is the bedrock upon which we make our decisions – or the quicksand that makes us feel frightened to really live. No matter your age or current financial situation, improving your understanding of money is the most powerful gift you can give yourself.

Being financially educated will make you feel empowered, in control, and will change your life.

Financial literacy is simply the knowledge and skills that help you make informed decisions with your money. Is it better to seek out one-on-one counseling or find a group where you can gain education and insight? The answer depends on what suits your life best at this very moment.

Financial Literacy Learning Options

Before you seek out a good fit for your learning needs, make sure you look for instructors who are qualified instructors to lead the training. Look for solid testimonials to provide genuine insight into what you can expect from financial literacy training.

Group Education

Improving your knowledge about money and finances in a group setting is a great way to get started. Programs and workshops typically include the basics of money and how finances affect your daily life, ways to eliminate debt, how to save, and tips to improve your credit score.

Good group training programs encourage interaction and participation, without ever casting judgment on attendee saving or spending habits. Group education also provides a unique opportunity to understand and learn from financial situations that are similar (or different) than your own, which can help expand your perspective on how to handle money.

Financial literacy training can be a one-day workshop or a series of instructional sessions over a few weekends. Look to your local library, your bank, or an expert in your community for upcoming training sessions.

One-on-One Counseling

Personal finance counseling and training is ideal for individuals or couples looking to understand and improve their financial situation. Where a group setting covers broad information and learning, one-on-one finance counseling provides the time and focus needed to examine particular problems, questions, and challenges that are unique to your situation.

In addition to learning the basics of money management, personal finance counseling offers evaluation of your spending and saving habits, explores your life goals to see how these can be achieved, and creates a customized plan to follow and track your progress. Confidential sessions provide a thorough, hands-on approach to financial literacy where you can see results, fast.

Whether you seek to get out of debt, increase your credit score, or save money, one-on-one counseling is an excellent and efficient way to get support as you change your financial behavior to realize your dreams.

There’s a place for both group training and individual coaching in improving financial literacy. The most critical aspect is not necessarily the approach but that you take the step to improve your understanding about finances. While money, and its impact, won’t ever leave your life, the key is not to let it rule your life!

Feel confident about your future and live the life you deserve! Sign up for a financial workshop today!

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Holly Morphew, AFC® is personal finance expert, coach, writer, and speaker based in Denver, CO. She is the CEO + Founder of Financial Impact, a specialized financial coaching practice that helps career-driven entrepreneurs and professionals create personal wealth and financial independence. She is the author of Simple Wealth, a #1 best-seller in wealth management, personal transformation, real estate, and women & business. Holly began teaching personal finance in 2006 as a service project with Rotary International, and received the prestigious “Rotarian of the Year” award for her work in financial literacy. As an Accredited Financial Counselor® with the AFCPE, Holly has also been recognized for “Bridging the Gap” for outstanding work in private practice. Her philosophy, “abundance is our natural state” is the core of Financial Impact programs, which help clients bridge behavior and mindset to realize their potential. In addition to personal wealth building, Holly also helps clients start and scale businesses and create new streams of income.

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