WE ARE TOO.
Eric Roberge, owner and founder of Beyond Your Hammock, had a long journey in the financial planning profession. He shares his story and how he doesn’t regret testing out several different roles before finding the one that fit his lifestyle best.
Bill, Katie, and Dave back to continue our conversation we started in last week’s episode. This week we discuss what we learned starting over at a new firm and even starting out on our own.
Joe Pitzl, CFP® shares with us his career story and how “job hopping” helped his career and clarified his vision for the firm he now runs. Joe shares tips on how he got his first job out of college, what lead him to leave a great firm and the stops along the way.
In this episode Cat shares her incredible personal story from immigrating to the United States as a child to using her fitness and education background as the Director of Financial Wellness at Fiscal Fitness Clubs of America.
Todays’ guest is Jude Boudreaux, CFP® from Upperline Financial Planning and he is a great example of what it looks like to leverage your experience to build a successful practice from the ground up.
We continue Dave Grant’s story. Very few “success stories” are as honest, real, and refreshing as Dave’s.
Stephanie McCullough of Sofia Financial sits down with Hannah to discuss the difficulties of working with your family.
Sophia Bera joins us today to share her story on becoming the financial planner for millennials.
Who else would be so crazy to study for the CFP® and an MBA at the same time? Katie Brewer! I’m excited that she gets to share her tenacity with you today!
If you’ve felt like a “square peg in a round hole” or just couldn’t sit still because you wanted to make your mark in our profession – this is an episode you wont want to miss!