Camille Bouvet’s story is perfect for anyone who has ever felt that the traditional career of an advisor doesn’t quite meet the type of client relationships they want to have, or the kind of financial guidance they want to be giving. If you’ve ever wondered about what it’s like to be a financial coach, or to focus on financial wellness – tune in now!
Today we’re introducing our three new #YAFPNW hosts! Ian Harvey, Alexandria Davis, and Matt Fizell, all bring unique perspectives to the table – and we’re thrilled to have them with us this year.
Finding a balance between work, growing a brand, and living a life you love is key for Brittney Castro, CFP®, and in this episode she encourages all planners to do the same. Brittney has some fantastic insights both on being a planner and on being a business owner – or just a busy professional looking to accomplish amazing things!
This episode is a moving testament to everything that a mentor can do for you. Allison Masoero goes into detail about how her relationship with Jeanne Robinson, CFP®, impacted and changed her life, how her relationship with her other firm members are constantly pushing her to be the best planner she can be, and her deep desire to continue the tradition of mentorship to the next generation of financial planners.
Ian Harvey, CFP(R) shares how important it is to find a firm culture that fits who you are and what you value. He shares his career journey through excellent firms to find the one that was the right fit for him. Ian also outlined how he thinks through working with Millennial clients and how important it is to build a solid business case.
Eugenié George is intentionally entering the financial planning profession. After a career in teaching and technology, she is pursuing the CFP® designation and looking at how to best break into the profession as a career changer. Join us as we follow Eugenié on her path to becoming a financial planner in 2019.