Why Women Are Afraid to Talk Money
Meet Leah Hadley, a best-selling author, Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA) and an Accredited Financial Counselor (AFC), she’s all about helping her us make wise financial decisions as we begin the next phase of life with the strongest possible financial foundation.
Leah wasn’t always a financial wiz, in fact she was an instant parent of three when she and her husband adopted a sibling group. But then it wasn’t soon after that she was going through a divorce. So she gets the struggle. Leah is brilliant when it comes to managing money during and after divorce so stay tuned for that, but I also wanted to talk about managing money as a couple when you’re still together — hopefully well enough that you can avoid that divorce.
We talk setting financial goals, getting on the same page — communication around goals, oh my gosh so important, becoming an entrepreneur after working at a “safe” job for years, and managing finances through huge transitions — most of us have had one or there’s one right around the corner. This isn’t one of those heady or boring financial conversations but Leah provides some super simple real life tactics to empower you to make the most of your money. Oh and how to recognize the red flags when you reach out to a financial planner — when to run like hell
If you like what you hear and want to work with Leah, she’s offering you a free introductory call. Just click HERE.
Just be sure to let her know you were referred by Forty Thrive.
About Our Guest:
Leah Hadley will tell you she's had a lot of challenging financial times in her adult life-becoming a parent of three overnight, getting divorced, and losing her job, to name a few. These have been times when her ability to hunt down appropriate resources and careful financial planning was critical to her peace of mind.
Now a best-selling author, Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA) and an Accredited Financial Counselor (AFC), Leah is the founder of Great Lakes Divorce Financial Solutions and Great Lakes Investment Management. She uses all of her knowledge and 15 years of experience to help her clients make wise financial decisions so they can begin the next phase of life with the strongest possible financial foundation. Leah is committed to strengthening families through financial wellness.