Clint Proctor, a former pastor and now freelance writer at Wallet Wise Guy comes on the show to talk about how he and his wife lived on less than $30,000 a year and were still able to meet many of their financial goals. He shares the emotional realities of the pressure he felt trying to balance a budget and his insecurities when his livelihood was dependent, in his own words “on people making charitable donations.”
Clint also shares why he transitioned away from the ministry, and how he and his wife always got on the same page about their financial and life goals.
What You’ll Hear in This Episode:
- How much Clint made as a former pastor
- Why Clint was afraid of disappointing his wife with the amount he used to make
- What ways Clint felt insecure and uncomfortable giving advice to those who made more money than him
- How Clint was able to cross off their family’s bucket list goals despite living on a low income
- Why Clint decided to move away from being a pastor
- Wallet Wise Guy
- 7 Tips to Live on a Low Income (Without Feeling Deprived)
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- Episode 61 – A 69 Year Old’s Financial Regrets With John Morrow
- The Ultimate Guide to Money Mindset Mastery
- Values Based Spending Guide
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