Renee Arledge started her career as a wealth manager for those who had at least $1,000,000 to invest. She saw some families teach their children about how to manage money and watched those children continue to build the family fortune. She watched as other families allowed their kids to spend, spend, spend without education. When those kids inherited the money it was rare that they were able to hang on to it for long. In this episode Renee shares how financial mindsets are passed through generations and gives us all some encouragement for our own financial futures.
"It's never too late to start investing and create a nest egg."
Renee left the high stress world of wealth management to follow her passion for helping people and become a Reiki Master. She now teaches her clients to create the future they want in all areas of their life. During our discussion she shares about one of the financial tools she teaches called “the green gap” to help her clients get out of debt and start saving.
Renee Arledge is a Mental Freedom Coach and Owner of Reiki for Transitions. She is a certified Aroma Freedom Technique Practitioner/Instructor, Holy Fire III Reiki Master/Teacher and instructor for AFT/Oola – a formula for a balanced and growing life. She has 20+ years of experience as a Master Herbalist and Reiki Master/Teacher.
She has taught natural health classes for Marywood University’s Senior Learners program and Alternative Therapy classes at North Pocono Public Library. She teaches AFT/Oola internationally. Renee can be reached through her website reikifortransitions.org, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling 570-575-3077.
Renee loves flowers and growing things. She wanted to dress up with a flower wreath, gown, and cape so our theme was a flower child / wilderness theme. Knowing that she was going with a spring look I went for a fall inspired look.
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