After 7 years as a financial advisor and corporate accountant, I realized that I didn’t want to sell investments and insurance or deal with corporate red tape. I wanted to go after my real passion – helping people with their day-to-day finances, something I truly loved. So in 2010, I quit my corporate job – one that was draining my life force and affecting my marriage – so I could start my own business as a financial coach.
At the time, there were no people doing what I wanted to do, so I had to start my financial coaching business from scratch. I worked out of the den in my house helping friends and my family. I designed and created most of my own systems and processes, a lot of them through trial and error. These same systems and processes have helped launch me as a nationally recognized financial coach are what I cannot wait to teach you.