By the time Mary Sterk was 19 years old, she was already a divorced single mother of two kids under two years old. They lived in a low-rent apartment complex, and bought their groceries with food stamps. Mary didn't get any child support and had to desperately try to make ends meet with a minimum wage job and a welfare check. She wanted something better for herself and her children. And Mary realized that in order to create a better life for them, she had to learn how money worked.
Mary learned a number of really important things as she moved from Welfare to Walth Management that shaped her money philosophy, and ultimately defined how she works with clients today. In this episode Mary Sterk delves into what creates your own Money Philosophy and how to align your money with what matters most.