BJ Shaffer

Los Angeles, California, US • 9:14 PM Local Time

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BJ Shaffer

Category Business
Language English (North American)
Voice Age Middle Aged (35-54)
Description My talents can take COMMAND in any role as this demo will highlight for you, please enjoy!!

Whether it is the chill Gen Y'er, the edgy Gen X fella or the all-american guy next door, This demo has something to offer for just about any project... including yours! Featured styles: believable, amusing, upbeat, conversational, guy next door, approachable, edgy, authoritative, hard-sell, soft sell, cowboy, Southern American, inspirational, inspired and motivational.
Transcript Note: Transcripts are automatically transcribed and may contain errors.
I'm doing it. New Year New. Me starting off with a yoga retreat Knowing yoga retreat was Saturday today. Rosin. Sean. Laters. Emergency fund boot camp. Let's get those money muscles moving on. Huh? Huh? Huh? That's major savings to you. Recruit. Okay, Major, I think there's been a mistake. I'm not supposed to be in this class. I don't even need an emergency fund juice. I've never been fired, and they almost never get sick. So I don't think I need an emergency fund treadmill. Go. You might think you're marching along just fine without an emergency fund. What happens when you lose your job or get into an accident that rex your car or get hit with an unexpected medical bills? I know those examples get tossed around a lot, but I really just can't see that stuff happening to me. Plus, I have insurance for that kind of stuff. Thank you very much. Oh, yeah. You think you're invincible? Recruit. What if a family member gets here and you have to look after or your insurance reimbursement takes longer than expected? What if your pet needs a crazy operation in order to live? What if your hot water take explodes or there's a cash good for your refrigerator catches file With no emergency fund, you just wouldn't be able to keep up here. And just how am I supposed to deal with a bunch of giant, unpredictable expenses all on my own? We're recruit Healthy Emergency fund will spot you for the truly unpredictable obstacles, but you can lighten the load by saving for some expenses before they turn into emergencies. How can I save for something I don't know will happen? You may not know the win, but you know the what If you own a vehicle, start saving for eventual repairs. If you own a pit oclock, then start saving for eventual cat repairs or whatever cats need. The point is, the more your budget for outside of your emergency fund, the better you'll be able to manage whatever comes at you. Now drop down and give me 1000. Now is into her May $1000. That is, makes for a good starting go for your emergency fund. Over time, you should increase that to six months worth of expenses. It takes time and dedication to get there, but once you make it What in the just Because something's unexpected doesn't mean you can't be prepared for it. I'm proud of you. Recruit so proud. I don't know. But you've been told you're spending and savings must be controlled. Giving me some good advice. Decisive. Peter would be nice. Sound off. Sound off pizza. No more workouts, only pizza.