Get Ready with Sam Renick: It’s Never Too Early for Financial Education

Video Version:   Audio Version: http://www.buzzsprout.com/87086/3017497-get-ready-with-sam-renick-it-s-never-too-early-for-financial-education-ep-15 Show notes: “The most important thought, is the idea of paying yourself first or spending less than you earn, however you like to look at it.  It’s an important idea that anyone can take action on.” – Sam Renick In this episode, I spoke with Sam X. Renick, founder … Read more

Get Ready with Bill Heestand!: How a Smart Employee Can Buy Out the Boss

Your ownership in the business, the way that you finance your exit, allows you to help that person finance the sale and is an annuity for you. – Bill Heestand In this episode, I spoke with Bill Heestand, author of the Ownership Ladder about how to set up a successful internal business transfer & sale … Read more

Get Ready! with Sheryl Brown: Female Advocacy in the Financial Services Community

On business efficiency: take out the things that are big item expenses and try to pare those down. You’ll streamline your business, you’ll cut your costs and you’ll make yourself more efficient. The money that you save from that, reinvest that money into other areas marketing yourself and amplify your thought leadership instead. Sheryl Brown … Read more

Get Ready! with Sheryl Garrett: Making Competent, Objective Financial Advice Accessible

“Sheryl says the role of a financial advisor is one of the most important jobs but there is a segment of the industry that operates like the gunslingers of the Wild West, we don’t have the rules and regulations to protect those who we are supposed to be serving – I couldn’t have said it … Read more

Get Ready! with Kerry Hannon: Career Transitions and Women Taking Charge of Their Financial Planning (E11)

“It’s easy when you meet new people, when you’re at a conference or something, to start feeling like you need to be marketing yourself, telling them who you are. Instead, ask questions and learn who they are. If you listen, you make the other person feel great and so you’ve made a connection. And you’ll … Read more