Tina’s Show Breakdown:
Guests in studio this week:
Claire is a NeuroLeadership and Wellness Coach in Seattle, WA. Coming from a background in the art world, she founded her first business two years out of college. She worked in small business development for a while and found that leaders could only develop their businesses as far as they were willing and able to develop themselves. She became fascinated with this concept of personal development and how it corresponded with her own self-actualization process, so she decided to pursue a career in supporting others along their rewarding journeys toward self-empowerment. Now, she uses the latest neuroscience research to inform her coaching practices so that her clients can harness the power of their minds to maximize their personal and professional potential. In today’s The Money Hour segment, Claire talks about empowering women entrepreneurs. Listen to Claire’s segment.
Leslie McFadden of Real Living Northwest Realtors became a Realtor in 2005. She has built her success on the principles she learned from her experiences, then grew it on a foundation of satisfied clients and referrals. Along with her husband Kevin, she recently managed a real estate team of 5 in Columbus, Ohio, one of the fastest-growing real estate markets in the Midwest. In 2016, Leslie and Kevin made the decision to expand their business by entering the Greater Seattle market. By recruiting a partner to handle their Ohio client base, they have been able to capitalize in both geographies. Today, they live in Bothell, truly enjoying the Northshore communities to the fullest. In today’s The Money Hour segment, Leslie shares strategies and negotiation tips when buying a home. Listen to Leslie’s segment.
Glen joined the Washington State National Guard at 18 and earned Non-Commissioned Officer within four years before joining the active Army. He served a total of twenty-nine years. Among many awards, he earned two Bronze Stars, two Meritorious Service Medals, and multiple Humanitarian awards for his service outside of Uniform. He started serving as a Private, working as a mechanic and finished my military career as a Chief Warrant Officer Four in Logistics, Maintenance, and as a Senior Mentor. It’s Glen’s greatest desire to continue serving our community and has done so by joining the real estate business. As a seasoned real estate professional, he understands that buying or selling a home is more than just a transaction, it’s a life-changing experience. That’s why he’s dedicated to providing exceptional, personalized service for all his clients. In today’s The Money Hour segment, Glen discusses the Veterans of Foreign War Non-Profit. Listen to Glen’s segment.