Setting your kids up for financial success is the goal of every parent. In order to do this you need a strategy and you have to start early. Today on the podcast Rich and Marcus interview Tanya Van Court. Tanya is the founder of Goalsetter, the best platform for helping kids and families save money for things that are important to them. Before launching Goalsetter, Tanya spent years in Corporate America launching products for ESPN, Nickelodeon and Discovery Education. She’s been recognized by numerous publications and has reached thousands of parents and kids across the country. In this episode you’ll hear Tanya’s story and gain some insight on how to climb the corporate ladder, how to launch a business and how to educate and impact your child’s life through saving, investing and teaching them how to become financial literate from a young age.
The need to stress education to your family members. Launching ESPN 3 and Nick Jr.com Corporate American as a great training facility for inspiring entrepreneurs. The connections you make in Corporate America lead to connections in your personal business. Hallway Reputations. Networking at work events, interacting with executives and leaders. Finding the right mentor who can help boost your career. Taking less pay for potential future gain. Selling your personal brand. If you build it they will come. Diversifying your investments. Key Takeaway: Seek out mentors, build your personal brand and network with the people in your company that matter.
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