Tina’s Show Breakdown:
Money Chat: Facebook Doubled its Workforce in 2 Years
Guests in studio this week:
Tiffany Gough started her financial career in banking in 1990 and she has worked for several banks and other financial companies in for the last 27 years. In 2014, she found her home in Edward Jones and loves what she does. Seattle Magazine has recognized her as a Five Star Wealth Manager both in 2017 and 2018. She also won the firm’s exclusive Spirit of Partnership Award for outstanding performance. She was one of only 1,119 financial advisors out of the firm’s more than 15,000 to receive the award. Tiffany loves working with everyone in whatever life stage they are in. Is money controlling you or are you controlling your money? In The Money Hour segment today, Tiffany gives insight on how women can make financial progress. Listen to Tiffany’s segment.
Jeff Prescott with RE/MAX Metro Realty moved from Portland to Seattle in 1986. He arrived without a job and a friend suggested getting his real estate license and he did. A year later in 1987 he earned “Rookie of The Year”. Now Jeff has over 25 years of experience. He has worked through many economic cycles in his career and is committed to making the housing stock increasingly efficient with energy use and “re-purposing” existing materials for new uses. Jeff regularly provides consultations for clients on ways to update their home, take advantage of new technologies and maximize their return on investment. In The Money Hour segment today, Jeff talks about owning a second home in Mexico. Listen to Jeff’s segment.
Deepika Gupta was extremely shy and introverted as a child. She had a difficult time talking to people and didn’t feel like she made an impression. She was so convinced that she had to go after success, that she studied software engineering and went on to have a successful career at Microsoft and similar companies for over 13 years. But as Dee became more aware of herself, it didn’t feel authentic any more. It took her a while, but eventually, through a lot of seminars, workshops, videos, self-intra-spection, and journaling, she overcame some of her major limitations and false beliefs. Her biggest struggles ended up being her greatest gains. Dee now coach’s others to live authentically and powerfully. In The Money Hour segment today, Deepika gives tips on how to speak powerfully to be heard. Listen to Deepika’s segment.