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Wealth Creation For An Abused Woman

Sawyerrs' House
40:40 Wealth Creation Mastery

Hello ladies and welcome back. I hope you have been enjoying the post so far.

As a woman who has experienced domestic violence due to money problems being a contributing factor, I fully understand the difficulties that you may be experiencing.


Domestic violence in itself is a terrible situation to be in. Even worse is when money plays a major role.

I would love to be able to help you get to a place where you can begin to create your own wealth💪💪. 

It's not rocket science, all it takes is determination. Therefore, I have put together a very short 1-2-1 session which will last only 40 minutes. During the session, you will receive tips and tricks on her to start small and build up from there.

The session is priced at £1 per minute. I welcome you to click here to sign up for your session. You won't be disappointed.

In the meantime, you may wish to start by simply learning how to budget.

Why not simply have a chat with me to design your tailor made service to match your budget by completing my 1-page intake form.

I look forward to working and serving you.

Deborah💗💛💜

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