Quick Fixes To Big Gaps In Your Financial Life

Personal Finance

By Scott Spann

There are few things more professionally satisfying to a financial coach than embracing an opportunity to guide others to and through an “aha moment.” You know, those enlightening times when you finally realize a solution to a problem that can ultimately be life changing. You don’t have to be a financial coach to find that it can be an extremely cathartic experience to witness someone overcome their money-related fears and anxieties with a newfound sense of hope and empowerment.

Last week, an email circulated around Financial Finesse, a leading provider of workplace financial wellness services and the company that I work for. This inspirational story was written by a woman who has been working with Bruce Young, a friend, mentor, and our Director of Training at Financial Finesse.

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