Earlene Coats is a speaker and coach who is partnering with parents and communities to fill the gaps in life skills and financial understanding that is not taught in our school system. She empowers women and young adults to live a life the love and achieve their dreams using their gifts and talents. She is on a mission to develop millions of financially savvy young adults who are good stewards of their money, time, gifts, talents and giving back to their community. Imagine living a life you LOVE while inspiring those you love to break out of the norms taught today. Having built multiple successful companies and lead large organizations, Earlene has learned the importance of finding our purpose and the financial choices we make every day. Some of what she was taught in the earlier years has significantly cost her both time and money. She shares these life lessons to help others avoid those mistakes along with simple practical steps that can be put into action immediately.
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In this episode we explore:
0:45 – Financial literacy is not all about money
2:47 – A teachable moment, re-evaluate what’s working and adjust
6:00- What society doesn’t teach our kids
8:35 – Corporate stability is a thing of the past
11:05 – Control your financial decision
13:15 – Follow your passion as you serve others
14:45 – What stops us from following our dreams?
15:15 – Killing our kids dreams
19:00 – How to achieve your dreams – the 5 steps
22:00 – The dream carriers
26:08 – Questioning advice and shiny objects
27:15 – Listening to your intuition
30:15 – Your passion vs your gifts and talents
34:47 – Your why
36:45 – Making a difference
39:30 – Serving others can serve you
42:00 – Marketing is about them, not you
43:15 – Live YOUR dream not the others dream for you
47:00 – Freedom = risk + hard work
51:35 – Networking advice
53:52 – The future is our kids
55:33 – How to take your dreams from impossible to possible
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