“Impact is, I think, something for our generation that we can bring forward at a monumental rate. And I’m so excited to be part of the greatest generation of all time. I’ll say that publicly.” – Natalie Elisha Gold
Are you making the right financial moves not just for yourself, but for your family, and your legacy, and the future? This is a passion topic for my guest today, Natalie Elisha Gold. She’s an attorney and wealth coach who helps women protect their legacies and future. She wants us all to talk about money, learn about money and get our financial and legal docs in a row right now. Time is of the essence. She gives women the nudge they need to plan for things that aren’t pleasant to think about but are so important to do — like creating a will and guardianship documents.
Natalie is a mother. She is an attorney. She is a wealth coach. She is the author of Money Momma: The Women’s Wealth Bible for the Digital Age. We discuss the importance of striking out on your own, but also the conservative steps that you need to take to be able to protect your ability to take on risks, to have a legacy, to provide for your family in the event of the unexpected.