24 min

The American Dream: Immigrants Building Wealth with Maribel Francisco Starve the Doubts

    • Self-Improvement

Maribel Francisco is an immigrant money coach who focuses on helping USA-based immigrants navigate the financial system. She is the founder of Our Wealth Matters, a company that provides financial education and resources to the immigrant community. Maribel has been featured in the New York Times and Next Adviser with Time.

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Do you feel like you're working hard but not getting ahead? If you're an immigrant, a person of color, or a first-generation American, you may have been told to take specific actions to achieve financial freedom. But if you do not see results, it can be frustrating.

"I figured out that was an ITIN, which you get from the IRS if you're fully undocumented. So you can do many things that people with Social Security numbers can do."

This is Maribel Francisco's story...

Maribel Francisco is an immigrant money coach who helps USA-based immigrants with their finances. She started her company, Our Wealth Matters, to bring together all the knowledge and information she has accumulated over the years to help her community. She has been featured in the New York Times and next adviser with Time. At a Fincon conference, Maribel put out a message that she was going to be playing Uno, and anyone who wanted to play could message her. One gentleman showed up, and it was clear he had been drinking for some time. He then noticed another person in the room, and an argument ensued. Hotel security was called, and the situation was eventually diffused. Next, Maribel gave a speech on how creators can support the immigrant community within their audience.

In this episode, you will learn the following:
1. Maribel Francisco's experience as an immigrant money coach, including her work with MGM, NBC, and Universal, and her focus on helping immigrants in the US build wealth. 2. The Our Wealth Matters company was founded by Maribel Francisco and the feedback she's gotten from her community. 3. Maribel Francisco's experience at FINCON, including her interactions with other attendees and her thoughts on the conference overall.

Resources:
[Insert any lead magnet/CTA links from Guest here]

Chapter Summaries:
[00:02:30] - Marabelle founded a company called Our Wealth Matters to help the immigrant community in the United States. Her parents were immigrants. She has been featured in the New York Times and Next. An adviser with Time magazine, Marabelle, is networking at the event at Finkind in Orlando. Finn Connors is at his first Fincontression of the FINCON conference. He had a run-in with a stranger at the hotel. He has since changed rooms and is happy with how he dealt with the situation. He put his room number out and invited people to come and play board games. People from La. We were kicked out.

[00:11:16] - Yesterday was your first full day at the conference. You went to orientation, hit up a couple of spots in the conference, and went to the party. You have one pink shirt, and TJ took one. And you have two pink shirts for yourself. You want to get more pink shirts to give away at your speech on Saturday.

[00:13:22] - The topic of this talk is to show other financial content creators how they can support the immigrant community within their audience. Not many peopl
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Maribel Francisco is an immigrant money coach who focuses on helping USA-based immigrants navigate the financial system. She is the founder of Our Wealth Matters, a company that provides financial education and resources to the immigrant community. Maribel has been featured in the New York Times and Next Adviser with Time.

--

Do you feel like you're working hard but not getting ahead? If you're an immigrant, a person of color, or a first-generation American, you may have been told to take specific actions to achieve financial freedom. But if you do not see results, it can be frustrating.

"I figured out that was an ITIN, which you get from the IRS if you're fully undocumented. So you can do many things that people with Social Security numbers can do."

This is Maribel Francisco's story...

Maribel Francisco is an immigrant money coach who helps USA-based immigrants with their finances. She started her company, Our Wealth Matters, to bring together all the knowledge and information she has accumulated over the years to help her community. She has been featured in the New York Times and next adviser with Time. At a Fincon conference, Maribel put out a message that she was going to be playing Uno, and anyone who wanted to play could message her. One gentleman showed up, and it was clear he had been drinking for some time. He then noticed another person in the room, and an argument ensued. Hotel security was called, and the situation was eventually diffused. Next, Maribel gave a speech on how creators can support the immigrant community within their audience.

In this episode, you will learn the following:
1. Maribel Francisco's experience as an immigrant money coach, including her work with MGM, NBC, and Universal, and her focus on helping immigrants in the US build wealth. 2. The Our Wealth Matters company was founded by Maribel Francisco and the feedback she's gotten from her community. 3. Maribel Francisco's experience at FINCON, including her interactions with other attendees and her thoughts on the conference overall.

Resources:
[Insert any lead magnet/CTA links from Guest here]

Chapter Summaries:
[00:02:30] - Marabelle founded a company called Our Wealth Matters to help the immigrant community in the United States. Her parents were immigrants. She has been featured in the New York Times and Next. An adviser with Time magazine, Marabelle, is networking at the event at Finkind in Orlando. Finn Connors is at his first Fincontression of the FINCON conference. He had a run-in with a stranger at the hotel. He has since changed rooms and is happy with how he dealt with the situation. He put his room number out and invited people to come and play board games. People from La. We were kicked out.

[00:11:16] - Yesterday was your first full day at the conference. You went to orientation, hit up a couple of spots in the conference, and went to the party. You have one pink shirt, and TJ took one. And you have two pink shirts for yourself. You want to get more pink shirts to give away at your speech on Saturday.

[00:13:22] - The topic of this talk is to show other financial content creators how they can support the immigrant community within their audience. Not many peopl
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24 min