Tina’s Show Breakdown:
Guests in studio this week:
Heidi Peters is the President of RDH Insurance Professionals, Ltd. Heidi started this company in 2004, while still practicing clinical dental hygiene, full-time. She believes that communication is key to making informed and wise decisions and she wanted to be the bridge between dentistry and the insurance industry. Dental hygiene is a profession that is hard on the human body and can result in reduced or lost income. There is no greater asset than the ability to earn a wage and this asset should be insured. Heidi has been helping dental professionals protect their automatic deposits since 2004. Heidi expanded her practice to include medical & dental care providers, in November 2019. Her own, disabling injury inspired her to reach out to those that care for others. In today’s The Money Hour segment, Heidi talks about disability insurance. Listen to Heidi’s segment.
Tracey believes community is the key to success in life and business. As a community creator and connector, InSpark Coworking was exactly the right business for her to open! Every day, she gets to connect with and support women in business – hands on! And, it’s so much more than that! She is a rabid supporter and loving truthteller. She’s excited to cheer you on when you are successful and encourage you when you need a gentle nudge. Most days, you will likely find her quoting some random movie line or breaking into song based on our conversation – or laughing out loud at something she found funny! Ultimately, she believes we are better together, and coworking is just one part of that! In today’s The Money Hour segment, Tracey talks about building community. Listen to Tracey’s segment.
Julie Porter is a small business specialist. She’s on a mission to make the business side of business a breeze for owners. Relentlessly helpful, she works with start-ups, expanding companies, and established businesses to develop and grow. With over 30 years of business experience, she grew a small restaurant into a success with multiple profit centers. She is experienced in start-ups, systems, finances, growth, and government and has helped over 350 clients realize their dreams of being their own boss. Her passion is mentoring women small business owners. She is on the board of The Little Black Dress Party, a non-profit that supports women & children’s charities, as well as a benevolent fund for women in need of legal services. She is the author of ‘7 Steps to a Kick-Ass Business’. In today’s The Money Hour segment, Julie talks about strategizing your business. Listen to Julie’s segment.