I recently sat down with Andrew Diaz, a fellow ChooseFI SLC member and a successful real estate agent, to talk about Live Your Way Financial Coaching.
We discuss how a coach differs from some of the other financial professionals out there, how coaching can help people in any situation, and why having a super-expensive car might be just fine.
Andrew’s Silicon Slopes Life podcast explores different aspects of the communities near where we live, but the topics — including this podcast — are not necessarily Utah-specific.
Check out the podcast here.
I stepped away from my job last April hungry for a change. I was burned out at work, felt less than present at home, and wanted to build a stronger connection in my community.
I said I would be taking a mini-retirement of up to one year. I wasn’t sure how much of that time I would need to work through the things I wanted to dissect and experience the things I wanted to take on.
Today, I can happily say that after nine months, I have clarity of purpose and direction. Continue reading
Reactions have been interesting since I announced my intention to take a mini-retirement.
I’ve heard from so many people who have done just what I plan to do. Most of them describe it as a pivotal experience of their lives — a time when their vision of what they wanted out of life crystallized in ways they hadn’t anticipated when it began.
I want to soak up as many lessons as I can from everyone who tells me about these experiences.
Today I have a fantastic guest post from J, a twenty-something professional and lover of side hustles. She built a $200,000 net worth and paid off $100,000 debt by 27 years old. Continue reading
Welcome to the Dreamcatcher, the personal finance posts and podcasts that inspired me this week. Continue reading