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003: Clearing Barriers to Opportunity – Phuong Luong

Phuong Luong is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ and founder of Just Wealth, a virtual, fee-only financial planning practice serving moderate-income clients. Previously, she was the Director of Financial Services for a national nonprofit, managing the recruitment, hiring, and training of financial counselors. She also trains organizations on building effective and culturally relevant financial programs for […]

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002: Building Yourself Into What’s Next – Suzanne Flax

Suzanne Flax is a Special Education Advocate and Consultant here in the Greater Boston area. Originally from Michigan, she has a B.A. in English from The University of Michigan and went on to earn a master’s degree in Speech and Language Pathology at Columbia University. For over 30 years, Suzanne has dedicated her career an […]

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001: From Corporate to Energy Medicine – Rachel Rice

Today’s guest is the founder and CEO of Five Rhythms Consulting. She has spent the majority of her career in corporate leadership roles, including recently as the chief marketing officer for New York Life Retirement Plan Services, where she oversaw marketing, product development, web strategy, and creative execution. She is recognized as a dynamic, engaging, […]

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Help is not a ‘4 letter word’

Here in the United States, we live in a culture that places a premium on independence and self-sufficiency.  Let’s pick ourselves up by our bootstraps and as Nike says, “Just Do It”.  Sometimes those bootstraps get stretched to their limit and ‘just doing it’ doesn’t mean you have to just do it ALONE.  Too often […]

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Career Transition Top 8 Tips

Career Transition Top 8 Tips The job market has been tough in the past several years.  As a result, many people have questioned their job search strategies and career choices.  The economy often gets the blame, yet I think people need to examine their own beliefs that limit their choices.  They may only consider jobs […]

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