In today’s episode, Andy chats with Damian Dunn about how to save for our children’s future.
Damian is the director of personal finance strategies at Your Money Line and is the co-host of the Pete the Planner Show. He’s been working in the financial industry for nearly 20 years and is passionate about providing accessible and affordable financial guidance to anyone seeking it. He also has two kids of his own, and lives in Indiana.
As career-driven individuals and busy entrepreneurs, we can get often caught up in the time-consuming race of constantly growing our income and expanding our businesses.
While our motivations may be pure, there can be long term consequences to focusing more on your work than on your family.
Our guest today knows this reality first hand.
Jim Sheils is the founder of 18 Summers, which specializes in live events, workshops, and private consulting for organizations looking to strengthen their family lives while still succeeding in business. He’s an in-demand public speaker and owns a private real estate company that has done more than $200 million in transactions.
He’s also an avid surfer and enjoys traveling with his family and friends, especially his wife, Jamie, and their four children.
There’s nothing wrong with having things, liking things and wanting things. Especially when you’re a kid. From our own personal experience though, we’ve found most of our joy in life has been derived from experiences – memorable, fun and rewarding experiences.
In my never-ending quest to give my kids the best life possible, I reached out to Tanya Van Court about the very subject of helping our kids appreciate experiences over things. Tanya is the founder and CEO of a company called Goalsetter. They’ve created an organization that’s helping kids save for the most important moments, experiences and goals in their lives.