The beginning of my career in finance was an uncomfortable phase of my life for many reasons. In the words of my Saskatchewan born father, transforming from a "self employed hairdresser" to someone who was supposed to know all about making money: a "financial advisor", was "ballsey". Thanks dad.
My son was 5 years old when I began my career as a financial consultant. He watched many Disney movies while I studied for exams.
I am thankful every day that I took a risk and stepped out of my comfort zone. It would have been so much easier to do what I know - build another beauty business - but that wouldn’t have landed me where I am today:
Women who come to me with money problems find out quickly that it is possible and attainable for any woman to have control over how she earns money and where it goes - and feel pleased with her financial situation. It's all in how she looks at it. I've created something that will help change that perspective. The result? Breaking bad money habits and feeling in control.