A successful life and career means connecting with people and pouring into the lives of others. Whether it’s by volunteering in the community, helping at my kids’ school, or working with clients to help better their financial futures, I love building relationships with people in different phases of life, sharing knowledge, and building them up.
As a financial professional, my goal is to help clients slow down, take a deeper look at their lives, and grow with intention. No one wants to talk about getting hurt or dying, and saving money you won’t touch for thirty years isn’t the most exciting conversation—but these discussions matter. No one should have to walk through their life wondering if their finances are taken care of. I believe education is the key to a stronger financial future, and I see my role as a financial professional similar to my role as a volunteer hockey coach (just without the chalkboard!). I outline the X’s and O’s of finances for my clients—I show you where you could run into trouble, what opportunities lie ahead, and how to approach your next steps. Great coaching involves having a strategy for just about any event, and the same is true when preparing for your financial future—I help guide clients safely to success no matter what direction life takes along the way.
Helping people with their financial goals is about more than wealth or retirement tax strategies—I get to wrap my arms around the people I work with and guide them toward clarity and confidence. For me, the reward in this industry comes when you see how everything has come together for your clients. I love seeing how the people around me have grown because we’ve worked together to prepare for the life they wanted.
I started my financial career almost 20 years ago, but I’ve been connecting and growing with people my entire life. If you’re looking for a reliable and trustworthy financial coach to help you understand and optimize your financial strategy, I’d love to meet you.