Tina’s special segment this week:
Money Chat: 8 Biggest Mistakes 1st Homebuyers Make Listen to The Money Chat
Joining Tina in the studio this week
Dan Wingard captivates audiences with a motivational message and musical WOW factor that sparks creativity, ignites innovation and leads to purposeful productivity. He is a graduate of Accomplishment Coaching®; is a Certified Startup Expert™, trained to build 6 figure businesses; was the CEO of Keller Williams Realty in Bellevue and now leads their Productivity Coaching program. Dan has been a consistent 6 figure entrepreneur while incorporating his passion for music into his life and businesses. He is committed to helping solopreneurs profit from their unique gifts and passion, bringing positive energy, music and powerful messages to keynote presentations, masterminds, coaching and workshops. In The Money Hour segment today, Dan talks about common entrepreneurial mistakes and how to avoid them. Listen to Dan’s segment.
Vincent Humphrey is an Attorney at Humphrey & Associates PLLC which focuses on Family Law, Real Estate, and Civil litigation. His passion is in bringing justice and clarity to those in need. His experiences allow him to work well in many different situations, and his service first mentality allows him to break past the toughest scenarios. Vincent holds a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Idaho College of Law, and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Washington. He has advised executives from fortune 100 companies as well as the working man/woman at the local grocery store. In The Money Hour segment today, Vincent discusses important tips to know prior to your court date. Listen to Vincent’s segment.
Terry Carlson was trained as an Irlen Screener in 2008 and an Irlen Diagnostician in 2011. She also has a Masters in Special Education/Endorsement in Reading. She has been teaching in the public-school system for over 20 years, in the secondary Special Education Literacy Programs. Terry was introduced to the Irlen overlays when she was searching for specific interventions when student’s progress stalled. She was given a set of overlays by the literacy coach, placed them on the text that the students were reading and they immediately reported “the words don’t move any more, I can see the words clearly now.” They then advanced quickly once this barrier was removed. In some cases, some students were promoted out of special education. This was when Terry realized it was a piece of the puzzle that was missing for some students and she was elected to be trained as an Irlen Screener. In The Money Hour segment today, Terry talks about how struggles with reading and concentration may be linked to visual perceptual problems. Listen to Terry’s segment.