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Learning Lab: Five Money Questions for Women
September 15 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Laura Brailsford, discusses a process women can use to identify financial goals and set a strategy. Assess where you are and would like to be, can you get there and how, plus ways to stay on track.
Laura is a firm believer that you have the potential to build the life of your dreams, no matter where you are right now. It takes a goal and a plan, and belief in yourself.
Laura’s parents were entrepreneurs with sporadic income. She picked up the habit of spending whatever money she had with no longer-term vision. Not surprisingly, she lived paycheck to paycheck. Afraid to ask questions, Laura plodded along. In time, she decided she was worth more than that, was ready to change her story and would start her journey toward financial freedom. What she learned then is what she shares now with clients: With a belief in your own worthiness and proper education about your money and investments, you can grow your wealth abundantly and realize your dreams.
Laura’s approach as a financial advisor is different. Sure, we’ll discuss your goals and how to reach them. But together you’ll also spend time making sure you build the belief that you are worth creating a legacy of your own. The work toward financial freedom may not be exciting, and it may be challenging at times, but you are worth the journey and the outcome.
Laura wants you to feel in control of your money and secure in your future. So, she’ll explain things in everyday terms, will show you options in order to consider any trade-offs. When Laura recommends an investment, she will always explain why it is the best one for you and your goals. And, above all, no question is a dumb question.
Before joining Edward Jones, Laura co-owned a restaurant, worked in food distribution hospitality and sales, and was a dance and yoga teacher. Now as a financial advisor, Laura can merge her business sense, entrepreneurial spirit and philosophy of mind/body/life connection to make a difference for clients.