Financial Comfort Zone and Visualization: Part 3 of a 3 Part Series In my last post, we continued with our discussion on your Financial Comfort Zone. We went through how to understand when you’re outside your comfort zone. We also discussed how we self-sabotage and...
Financial Comfort Zone and Self-Sabotage: Part 2 of a 3 Part Series In my last post, we looked at your Financial Comfort Zone. We discussed why it mattered and the gap between where you are and where you want to be. In this post, I want to expand on the work you’re...
Financial Comfort Zone: Part 1 of a 3 Part Series If you’ve been researching how to improve your relationship with money, you’ve most likely heard the term “financial comfort zone”. You may be wondering, “What is a financial comfort zone? Why does it matter? And what...
About Brie Sodano
Brie Sodano began her career as a financial advisor for Edward Jones, one of the largest and most respected investment firms in America, and recently founded her own financial planning firm, From Sheep to Shark.
“I like to work with ladies who want to be sharks,” Brie says, describing clients as women who aspire to succeed financially by overcoming barriers they encounter in the workplace, sometimes in personal or family relationships, and often when trying to balancing the demands of time and money.
A “shark,” Brie explains, is a woman who “wants money to work for her, knows it is possible, and is open to learning how!”
Brie helps clients learn to accurately assess beliefs about money that affect the way they behave, how to identify and implement solutions to the “disappearing money syndrome,” how to get actions to align with goals, and how to embrace habits that build wealth.
Her successful strategies for transforming From Sheep to Shark come from personal experience.
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