“Rule No. 1 : Never lose money. Rule No. 2 : Never forget Rule No. 1.” -Warren Buffet
The Financial Fitness Program is a fairly new product to market (launched in 2014), and yet it is quickly becoming a mainstream program being used by families, small businesses, large corporations, churches and even schools. Customers everywhere are sharing success stories on the implementation of financial fitness into their lives. People are raving about how the program is helping them become debt free, put money into a savings account for the first time in their lives, teach their children the principles they are learning and even give back a portion of their income to churches and charities. In almost every case, the person’s lifestyle didn’t change at all, but it was their thinking that changed everything! However, after they started learning new information taught in the program, then their lifestyle started to change.
Some of the principles that Financial Fitness teaches have significantly impacted people’s financial decisions:
- Principle 2 – Money is a gift. It has a specific use. This means that you have a stewardship. You are to use your money for something that matters, for your family and beyond.
- Principle 11 – Never sacrifice principles for money or possessions. Be honest. Keep your integrity. Keep your priorities in the right order.
- Principle 21 – Put some money into preparing for a worst-case scenario. Don’t be fanatical about this, but don’t ignore it either.
- Principle 31 – Teach your children and youth the principles of financial fitness. Set the example for them. Mentoring them will help you as well as them.
“I’m grateful we’ve come across Financial Fitness because these principles and ideas just aren’t taught anywhere–and they are invaluable.” -Rick Amdahl
Please take a moment to watch Rick and Kate Amdahl’s Financial Fitness Testimony: