Nobody knows it all, but some of us are more experienced in some areas than others. Whether its wisdom to due age, education, exposure or lessons learned, knowledge is power and when used appropriately it can change lives for the better. Yet, if it’s abused and taken for granted it can become your worst nightmare.
As a society, especially women we’ve been taught to seek advice from trained professionals in areas that are considered important and worthy to succeed in such as education- counselors and college advisers where always on hand and available to help you navigate the rigorous road of taking needed courses and choosing a career that was perfect for your skills. Then once we received the education and began to make a little bit of money we are told to seek out a financial adviser to improve our money management and financial security longevity. For the most part, that type of advice has been helpful and profitable and worth the time and effort.