How Much Money Do You Need To Be Free?

Change Your Destiny

[Make this Your Best Year EVER]

Reitenbach-Kissinger Success Institute

Breaking Barriers in Today’s Diverse World and Turbulent Times with Reitenbach-Kissinger Institute MKS Master Key System Coaching.


Where Do You Want Your Life or Business or Career or Health or Financial Roadmap to Take You?

What do you want in business? Do you have a cherished goal or ambition? A fancy car, a nice house? While you can’t get literally everything in life, it is certainly possible to aim high, dream, and achieve a lot. You will have to form a clear plan, act, and show commitment, discipline, and a sense of purpose, though. Your dreams won’t come true through wishful thinking.

So, Let Go of Worries, Fears, and Frustrations! Discover the Simple Techniques to Help You Experience Deeper Joy, Cheerful Contentment, Health, Unlimited Prosperity, and Income.

How Much Money Do You Need To Be Financially Free?

Discover Your Financial
Freedom Number Now

You should absolutely save up a nest egg for your retirement. But with all the downsides to relying on savings for your retirement, you need to take the passive income approach as well.

Your first step is to figure out how much money you need to have in passive income—money you receive REGULARLY and AUTOMATICALLY whether you’re working or not.

We’ll walk you through each step of the process, and leave you with a space to add in your own personal costs. When you get to the bottom, the sheet will have calculated your unique financial freedom number.

You’ll need to know exactly how much is needed for you to keep a roof over your head. If you have a mortgage, put your monthly payment here $ __________ and your associated property taxes here $ __________. Homeowners also pay for their own repairs, so you’ll need to approximate that here $ __________.

If you currently rent or plan to downsize to an apartment in the future, put your monthly rent payment here $ __________.

Wherever you live, you’ll need to afford either rental or homeowners insurance. Put that monthly payment here $ __________.

Find your average monthly utility payments (electricity, gas, sewer, water, and trash), and put that monthly total here $ __________.

Then put the cost of any subscription services, such as cable television, phone services, or internet access here $ __________.

If there’s anything else you pay for that goes toward the upkeep of your home (HOA dues, gardening service, housekeeping, etc.) put your monthly payment here $ __________.

After making sure there’s a roof over your head, there are still lots of things you need. Your usual monthly food budget goes here $ __________, along with any monthly purchases for clothing, personal care items, and toiletries here $ __________.

If you have any loans or credit cards, those won’t go away when you’re retired. You’ll have to be sure your passive income covers those, too. Put your monthly loan and credit payments here $ __________.

If you have to pay for childcare or support, put the monthly cost here $ __________.

While you can’t plan for any surprise medical expenses, you can plan around the ones you already have. Put the monthly cost of your medications $ __________, health insurance payments $ __________, and any other health supplies or supplements you take $, along with your life insurance payments $ __________ and the cost of any regular medical appointments or copays, here $ __________.

With all your expenses at home accounted for, you’ll need to figure out your transportation costs. If you’re still paying for your vehicle’s purchase, put your monthly vehicle payment here $ __________. But there are more costs associated with that, so you’ll also need your monthly gasoline cost $ __________, your maintenance costs like oil changes and tuneups $ __________, and your vehicle insurance $ __________. Make sure to account for any public transportation costs you have as well $ __________.

Of course, we’re talking about thriving, not just survival. So don’t forget to account for the fun things in life. Put your monthly entertainment budget here $ __________, as well as how much you spend monthly on dining out $ __________, hobbies $ __________, education $ __________, and charity $ __________. If you have any personal memberships, like a music or video streaming service, put that months payment here $ __________.

Anything I’ve forgotten? Add the cost of anything else you pay for monthly below…

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Join us to get started to make this your best financial year ever to build a life, career, business, or financial assets in just a few days with our signature, expert, proven world-class systems and see your dreams become a reality!

Research Shows Huge Upside to Hiring a Financial Coach
What Is a Reitenbach-Kissinger Institute Financial Success Coach?

A financial coach is someone who helps you improve your relationship with money and stay on track to meet your financial goals.

Think of a financial coach like a personal trainer, whose job is to help you discuss, establish and uphold positive routines. Like a personal trainer who helps you understand your relationship with food and exercise, creates strategies to prevent your natural desires from derailing your efforts and encourages you to stick to your plan, a financial coach does the same for your finances.

Financial coaches are there to help you establish a positive relationship with money and determine what your natural motivations are toward saving and spending – and then building accountability into your decisions going forward. (They) know you and your mindset, and they help keep you on financial track with day-to-day behaviors, thoughts and, most importantly, encouraging small successes.”

They help clients realize that their lifestyle is a direct reflection of their money mindset and habits. Any changes they wish to make must start with the way they think about and treat their money.

They help clients understand the importance of tracking their income and expenses; set real, attainable goals; and create spending plans that hold them accountable. We specialize in money management because it is a necessary component to building and sustaining wealth.

Unlike a financial advisor, a financial coach won’t provide investment recommendations. They don’t design investment strategies. Instead, they do the foundational work to prepare clients for the emotional challenges they may face while pursuing their financial goals.

Financial coaches instruct clients “by illustrating what they may feel and actions they may want to take in different kinds of markets and then show them another way to look at a challenge from an instinctual, emotional and historical perspective.

What Does a Reitenbach-Kissinger Institute Financial Success Coach Do?

A financial coach helps you create healthy financial habits and goals. These can range from day-to-day money management to planning for longer-term goals. He or she can help you identify the problem areas of challenges in your finances and develop strategies to overcome them.

Like therapists, financial coaches often meet with clients on a weekly or biweekly basis. This relationship can last anywhere from a few months to years. It usually starts with helping you evaluate your current financial situation, such as your money habits and where your areas of strength and weakness lie.

They help clients establish goals and financial plans to meet those goals that acknowledge the client’s strengths and weaknesses. A financial coach also acts as an accountability partner to help ensure you stay on track to meet your goals and continue to make progress in improving your money management habits.

What’s the ROI of coaching and consulting?

If you’re wondering what the ROI of coaching is, you’re not alone. You see, our clients often ask us how they can explain the value of their coaches. 

Fortunately, studies and research show just how powerful coaching can be.

And popular. According to iPEC, 1.5 million searches are made every month by people and companies looking for life coaches, business coaches, and executive coaches.

In 2019, the estimated global revenue from coaching was 2.849 billion USD. (2020 ICF Global Coaching Study)

And while face-to-face coaching decreased sharply after COVID-19 (by 74%), online coaching has become wildly more popular, as it’s increased by 57%. (COVID-19 and the Coaching Industry

Coaching clients are happy with their results:

  • 99% of individuals and companies who hire a coach are “satisfied or very satisfied” and 96% say they would repeat the process. (ICF Global Coaching Client Study)
  • 95% of clients rate their coaches as “good” or “excellent.” (2009 ICF Global Coaching Study)
  • 68% of individuals who hired coaches were able to make back their investment. Those who make a financial gain on their coaching can on average expect 3.44 times the amount spent. (2009 ICF Global Coaching Study)
  • 86% of companies that could calculate their return on investment said that they at least made back their initial investment. 19% indicated an ROI of 50x the investment. 28% saw an ROI of 10-49x the investment. The median ROI is 7x the investment. (2009 ICF Global Coaching Study)

Most clients find their coaches through referrals and word of mouth (46%). The majority (73%) of coaching programs last one year or less. (2009 ICF Global Coaching Study)

Why a Reitenbach-Kissinger Financial Success Coach?

We became a financial coach when we realized there was a gap in the marketplace, specifically among Gen Xers. No one was talking to us about our money. You can make all the money in the world, but if you haven’t learned basic money management principles, poor money habits can eventually sabotage your progress.

Financial coaching and traditional financial planning can be a potent combination. Financial advisors who double as behavioral coaches know how to create a financial plan with behavioral bumpers around predictable behaviors that could derail a client.

Since financial coaching emphasizes the behavioral side of finance, the role may appeal to people who don’t live and breathe the stock market. If you don’t get out of bed every morning and say, “I wonder what the stock market has done,” or don’t have a driving passion for investment vehicles, but still feel strongly that money decisions have a profound impact on people’s lives, becoming a financial coach may be the right path for you, Genjac says.

Likewise, if you’ve had your own experiences where behavior got in the way of your financial goals, this history could make you an even more effective coach. Any time a personal life story can serve as a springboard for a career path, it provides an incredible foundation to tell others why you do what you do. We encourage people considering the field to think about their experiences with money to see if there’s a hidden passion lurking there.

Research Shows Huge Upside to Hiring a Reitenbach-Kissinger Institute Business Coach

“Business Coaching is the ultimate short cut to reaching your goals. Research has demonstrated a 570% return on initial investment in coaching.” Here are a few of the benefits and tangible business impacts of investing in a Business Coach.

* Productivity (53%)
* Quality (48%)
* Organizational strength (48%)
* Customer service (39%)
* Reduced customer complaints (34%)
* Cost Reductions (23%)
* Bottom-Line Profitability (22%)
* Top-Line Revenue (14%)
* Reduced turnover (12%)

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Your investment in this program is an investment in creating:

  • The life you want
  • Balance in life’s key areas
  • Meaningful goals
  • Tools to shift
  • Purpose, passion, and inner peace
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Start thinking in business success and abundance. Start working to become the person who’ll achieve the big goal(s) you promised yourself. And then imagine how your future self will look back a year from now and think, “This was my best year ever!” 

Sydney Reitenbach

Michael Kissinger

Phone: 650-515-7545


Phone: 650-515-7545 

 Email: mjkkissinger@mjkkissinger



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