What is More Outcomes?

This is an online blog written primarily for financial development professionals – financial counselors, coaches, and other professionals who cover personal finances with their low to moderate income clients.

On this site, among many other topics, we will explore how to help clients when cognitive biases are present. Can a shift in laundry practices really make a difference in your client’s finances? And how can we get folks to open up about their goals even when they’ve stopped believing?

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Tips for Habit Building
Tips for Habit Building
March 10, 2019
Last year I based a few posts on Gretchen Rubin’s Better than Before. Recently, the book Atomic Habits has received a lot of praise for its contribution to the field of habits. James Clear
Jobs after financial counseling and coaching?
Jobs after financial counseling and coaching?
February 24, 2019
Being a financial coach or counselor is indeed a profession one can hold for life - funding permitted. But what if you’re ready for a new challenge? What career prospects can you look forwa
Quotes to Use in Financial Coaching & Counseling
Quotes to Use in Financial Coaching & Counseling
February 10, 2019
Many moons ago, when I was a rapper, I would scan books and the early internet for quotes. I would use them in my songs, but little did I know that they would serve a higher purpose in buil...
What can Parenting teach a Financial Counselor?
What can Parenting teach a Financial Counselor?
January 27, 2019
A four and a two year old. Those are my boys. My babies! Being a father has lived up to everything I have envisioned and I know there’s so much more to look forward to as they age. This goe
Not My Circus
Not My Circus
January 13, 2019
Can you picture them? That client who is likely evicted first thing tomorrow morning. Or how about the client whose children will be skipping dinner tonight? Every few days or so you meet t...
Manipulative People
Manipulative People
January 6, 2019
It could be the debt collector hounding your client. Or the bank rep who won’t refund a fee. Worse, your co-worker or your boss. And maybe it’s even your client. As certain as the sunrise,

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