I may earn commissions from the links in this post. Opinions shared are for entertainment purposes only and should not be considered as professional advice.One the best ways to build wealth is through a career with progressive levels of advancement. With consistent salary increases and a high savings rate, you’ll set yourself up for a high future net worth and definite millionaire status.
To demonstrate this type of success, I’ve invited Liz, the Chief Mom Officer, on the show today. Through her 15-year career, she’s been able to increase her salary from $22,000 to the six-figure level by exceeding expectations and going above and beyond for her employer.
Liz works full-time in the Tech Industry for a Fortune 100 company. By having a savers mindset and growing her income steadily, she has helped her family reach millionaire status in her 30’s.
What are we covering today?
Liz and I discuss:
- How women can battle pay inequality in the workplace
- Steps we can take to increase our salaries
- How she’s helping her three sons learn the importance of personal finance
Liz’s example of incredible wealth-building while still being a loving mother is a perfect example for us. You will not want to miss this millionaire success story with family at the core.
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About Our Guest: Liz, the Chief Mom Officer
Liz is the mother of three boys and a successful woman in tech. She’s the family breadwinner, working full-time while her husband as a stay at home Dad.
Although she’s been passionate about personal finance and investing since she was a teenager, it was the near-death of her husband six years ago that caused her to kick her families financial life into high gear. She writes to help other women with money, work, and frugal family life all in the pursuit of financial freedom over at Chief Mom Officer.
Money Master of the Week
Katie from Virginia is on the path to paying off $200,000 of debt in just two short years!
After selling her home and downsizing, she was able to pay off her sizeable car loan and now she’s attacking her last student loan (at $26,000). With her new blogging business, she’s planning on eliminating that last $26k within the next year. Based on her success so far, this debt stands no chance.
Katie from Virginia is our Money Master of the Week!
You can follow learn more about Katie’s debt destruction story at Chain of Wealth.
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