How much do you know about the state of your finances? You’re spending most of the hours of most of your days working to earn it, so it’s worth getting to know it. You CAN get control over your money.
Laurie Bodisch has a passion for teaching people about money, and in today’s episode she takes us through the eight steps necessary for financial confidence.
Your relationship with your money is here to stay, and what you put in is what you get out… So, it’s important that you take the time to invest in your financial literacy. Get control over your money. You’ve started right here with this episode.
- [0.55] What Laurie loves most about helping people with their money.
- [01.58] A mutual passion for financial education.
- [03.22] The eight steps to financial confidence:
- Understand your money story
- Clarify and understand what you have now
- Grow your wealth
- Protect it
- Preserve it
- Secure your assets
- Select the right financial professional
- [28.20] The biggest mistakes people make with the way they approach retirement.
- [32.36] The potential pitfalls when dealing with a death in the family.
- [34.10] Laurie’s biggest money lesson in running her own business.
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“Because money affects the deepest part of a human being, it’s something that when people want to learn, they deeply engage with it.” – Lisa Linfield
“Preparing for the unexpected is one of the most important things.” – Laurie Bodisch
“Understanding your experience and recognising your experience is really one of the first steps to really being successful in any kind of relationship with money.” – Laurie Bodisch
“Once you know what you have, you then can begin to act.” – Lisa Linfield
“One of the fun things in life, is dreaming about the life that you want to lead.” – Lisa Linfield
“Once you do have, what are sometimes, difficult conversations, it’s wonderful to see the results that come from those.” – Laurie Bodisch
“Just doing the right thing has been the most rewarding part of my career.” – Laurie Bodisch