From the time you begin college, start your career and perhaps start a family, to the time you leave the workforce and retire, investing in yourself is important and can impact your quality of life when you’re older. With so much on the line, how do you make sure the decisions you’re making are the right ones?
We all have a unique journey that we’re on for a reason, leading us to a purpose or calling if we can just be brave enough to take that leap. Meet Chiara Mazzucco, Founder & CEO of Bold Self, as she shares her story of the struggles and successes that led her to start her own business.
What can you do today, right now, that will set you up for success this week and help you avoid putting off your growing to-do list? Put some pen to paper and write out some actionable steps to end your procrastination, but make sure to keep them within reach and realistic!
There is still be a lot of misinformation about the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19. As necessities become sparse, entire cities and states shut down, and panic continues to rise, it’s difficult to know what to believe about the world’s current situation. Besides seeking out reputable sources of information, such as the CDC or WHO, one thing that has helped me better understand this situation is hearing Casey Garland’s firsthand experience with contracting COVID-19.
From battling Lyme Disease, to losing a sibling to overdose, and dealing with the aftermath of a public break-up…Katie turned her greatest challenges into her greatest opportunities and says her business is what saved her life.
What do you know about investing your money? I fall into the category of thinking investing is great in theory, but I don’t fully understand it, so it’s not for me. If you’re anything like me, then you’re going to get a lot out of this episode!
If you’re looking for some guidance on how to handle or split your financial obligations as a couple, grab your significant other and listen to this episode with Dan Hinz, Financial Coach and Founder of Adulting with Money!