Since 2009, we’ve had a good run with the stock market. But chances are, this strong streak won’t last much longer.
Women who are experiencing financial transitions in addition to a precarious stock market often endure feelings of uncertainty. Today, Esther Szabo shares how she helps clients cope with these challenging feelings.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- Why rumination is a common response to anxiety—and why that can be a problem
- How financial planning helps women respond to feelings of uncertainty
- Examples of how Esther has walked clients through the decision-making process
- How to determine if a financial advisor will be objective
- And more!
Tune in now to learn about Esther’s approach to helping women navigate their feelings of uncertainty!
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