When Esther Szabo was in her early 20s, she earned an associate degree in social services.
She hoped to become a counselor.
At the time, Esther never imagined that she’d use her counseling skills every day to help women create financial plans.
In this episode, Esther shares how her experience as a student, teacher, and counselor has enhanced the level of service she offers her clients. Esther also explains why educating clients is a significant part of her practice.
Join Esther today to learn how you could benefit from working with an education-focused financial planner.
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