Jun 19, 2018
Kelley Keehn is a financial educator and the Consumer Advocate for the Financial Planning Standards Council whose mission is to make Canadians feel good about money. She has written nine bestselling books with Protecting You and Your Money; A Guide to Avoiding Identity Theft and Fraud and A Canadians Guide to Money-Smart Living as the latest additions to her published work. Being a media personality and speaker, Kelley served on the National Steering Committee on Financial Literacy and has been appointed to the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada’s Consumer Protection Advisory Committee.
Kelley joins me today to share the five ways you sabotage your
finances and the mistakes she made and learned from as a young
financial educator. She shares the different hats she currently
wears and explains the difference between a financial educator and
a consumer advocate. She also explains why she immerses herself
every day in continuous learning and the importance of connecting
with your future self when saving up for your future.
“The brightest minds in the entire universe that lived or are living today have written a book, write articles, have YouTube channels, podcasts. Listen to them. Immerse yourself in what they’re teaching.” - Kelley Keehn
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