13 Oct How to Set Intentions for Your Finances
It's never too early to have a financial plan! I know this can seem like a difficult task, but if you set goals and start where you are at, I promise, you'll be glad you did! Today, I am chatting with CEO and Founder of MoneyVerbs and Becoming Financial, Isaiah Goodman, all about business planning, intentional inclusivity and cash flow.
In this episode, we are chatting about:
– Inclusiveness Pathway
– Unintentional Ignorance
– Awareness, Understanding, Positive actions
Here were my Key takeaways for y’all:
– Practice taking deliberate and purposeful action to understand the unknown
– Take positive actions to include those who otherwise might be marginalized and excluded
– Seek to increase awareness, understanding, and positive actions
More about Isaiah:
Isaiah was born in Colorado Springs, CO and grew up in Richfield, MN. After graduating with honors from Washington and Lee University, Isaiah started working in frozen foods at Target corp. He started as a business analyst running a $150M per year inventory business, and moved on to training and facilitating new hires as they were onboarded to Target. After working at Target for about 2.5 years, Isaiah joined the world of financial planning. He worked at Northwestern Mutual for 5 years before creating Becoming Financial in 2017. He is a Certified Financial Education Professional TM and a dynamic speaker who loves to empower others and help them think about becoming better every single day. Isaiah has been married to his wife Sarah since 2012. They reside in Maple Grove, MN and at home they are joined by their children Crue, Lakely, Waverly, and Rhodes, and dog Marshall.
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