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Nancy Juetten
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Get ahead of life before life happens to you. www.lifegoesonroadmap.com
Get ahead of life before life happens to you. www.lifegoesonroadmap.com

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Thanks to all who supported the Amazon launch of Smart Money Moves. We moved into #1 best-seller status on January 30 at 5 p.m. Pacific. A very proud moment for our team.

This is the book for early career professionals to read so they make smart money decisions at the very start of their careers and avoid making costly money mistakes. Navigating student debt, planning for baby, deciding about buying or leasing a car, how to make the most of employee provided benefits are among the practical topics this book addresses in an engaging way.

www.bit.ly/kylechelsea is a link to make your purchase today or send this book to the early career professionals in your life who may not be listening to you anymore ...

If you are a parent of such a person, you know what I mean by that:)

Thanks for the great support!
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Can I tempt you with prizes and bonuses to put Smart Money Moves on your shopping list at Amazon on January 30?

Wanna see what you get?

Check out this post and share with folks you know who are early in their careers or parents with kids in that boat.

Together, we can inspire thousands of folks to make Smart Money Moves in 2019 and set themselves up for abundance for a lifetime!

http://bit.ly/2R4uaAJ
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About a six weeks ago, I wrote to tell you about our home burglary.

Three burglars broke windows and locks and "went shopping" for valuables in our home -- including an entire jewelry drawer full of treasures -- before driving away with both of our cars.

One of the thugs is in jail, and the two others are still at large.

One car was recovered and now repaired. The other was found abandoned and trashed in a bad part of town after the insurance company had already paid the claim for its loss.

We are over the worst of it now, and that's a good thing.

In the moment, while I was feeling the violation and despair of that incident, I kept telling myself that there would be a blessing that would come out if it.

That was a coping mechanism to fight back my tears. It's just awful to step into a crime scene in your own home and find the strength and resilience to deal with a situation like this.

Mindset matters so much when dealing with the crazy, random things that life serves up.

That's why today I want to share some lessons from our brush with crime so they can inspire you to take some action.

We are so glad we completed the Valuables Inventory for jewelry when we completed our Life Goes on Roadmap™ system for personal financial organization. We did that about a year ago.

Getting organized in this way was what I wanted for Christmas last year.

We had jewelry appraisals and receipts for most items. We even had photos of me wearing many of the pieces. For those items for which appraisals and receipts were missing, we visited the stores from which we made the purchases.The owners were happy to write letters to vouch for prior purchases we made and offer a suggested replacement value.

When it came time to making a claim with our insurance company, we had proof of what we owned. Had we not, we could have suffered a second loss with the insurance company potentially electing to disallow our claim.

An insurance settlement doesn't make the violation of the burglary go away, but it sure helps.

Don't store your car keys and jewelry in obvious places.

Don't post to Facebook about your fun adventures while out of town until you have returned home.

Take care when using a car service to the airport. Ask family members to take you if that's possible. Who knows if the car service driver has thieves for friends?

Purchase and install a home security system and put dowels in all of your windows. Signs on the windows about the security system and in the front yard alert future burglars to keep their distance.

Questions and Suggested Actions for You:

• Is your wedding and engagement ring insured in addition to that beautiful wrist watch you wear every day?
• How about your other valuables?
• If not, decide today to have these items appraised, and add a jewelry rider to your home owner policy.
• When you add new jewelry items to your collection or receive them as gifts, take pictures and save receipts so you have a record that will come in handy if ever you suffer a burglary or your items get lost or damaged in some other way.

A valuables inventory is just one of 16 'road stops' we ask you to make when you complete your Life Goes on Roadmap™ system for personal financial information management with our unwavering support.

You're invited to purchase Life Goes on Roadmap™ for yourself and your friends and extended family.

This is a very practical gift for the people in your life who have everything so they can drive life forward, no matter what happens next. For those who want to get organized in the New Year, it's a perfect gift.

We'll hold your collective feet to the fire to get this done and even make it fun.

Life really does turn on a dime. Getting ahead of these kinds of situations before they become hardships is a gift you give yourself and everyone you love. Your actions today will make an important impact that is priceless in value when the rubber meats the road ... because it always does. There is no denying it. And it is so much better to get in front of it.

www.authenticvisibility.com/roadmap

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Lucky to spend my life with this amazing man. This was taken yesterday at my birthday dinner. Feeling very blessed in my life. Wishing the same for you!
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With all these fires blazing in California and folks needing to evacuate, I wonder how many can put their hands on their most crucial financial documents, information, digital footprint, and treasures like precious photos in an instant as they flee?

Being able to do that can be such a comfort in moments of crisis because it makes the process of re-building a bit less chaotic and gives a sense of control when it feels like Mother Nature has all the power.

Give that some thought and consider sharing Life Goes on Roadmap with your friends and family. No one ever regrets getting this done, but they sure regret putting it off -- especially when fire or other disasters cross their paths.

www.authenticvisibility.com/roadmap
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Life Goes on Roadmap is featured in this awesome blog, bringing our message to thousands of folks we haven't yet met. Step by step we grow. Thank you Vervante!

http://vervante.com/blog/2018/11/nancyjuetten
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This conversation with me and Mark Porteous shares the 5 blind spots that spot financial empowerment when life hits the fan and how to get ahead of them for more power, access and control. Tune in and share your takeaways in the comments! Share with family members who need these tips, now more than ever!

https://www.facebook.com/mark.porteous1/videos/10155544442926568/?hc_ref=ARTftj44ni6nL276f7l-jDbVMlUmD8WuRxXFmcxSmlBSV7WKXRgRdBVd00F-VyaL89Q
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This interview with Tandy Elisala of the Empowered Family Caregiver's Podcast offers some powerful tips for financial empowerment and control when disease, disability or worse cross your path. Enjoy!

https://youtu.be/qYX3R2_cBcQ
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Are you craving inspiration, expert interviews, and good news about getting ahead of life before life serves up a bump in the road?

The Life Goes on Roadmap™ YouTube Channel is eager to welcome you as a subscriber! Click on the RED subscribe button and take in the bounty with more soon to come. Thank you.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd9mAb7wYnQjYuYdf6fa57A
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