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About Justin Krane: Justin is a money strategist for business owners whose mission is to help business owners understand the money side of their business. Justin is the President of Krane Financial Solutions and he discusses how to achieve complete financial and personal freedom.

Justin teaches entrepreneurs how to be strategic with their money to grow their businesses and has since focused on working with female business owners. In his book, Money, You Got This, he takes funny everyday life experiences and turns them into short stories that teach simple money strategies.

As a Certified Financial Planner, Justin manages investment portfolios and creates savings and spending plans for both business and personal finances. He helps design financial plans to help others get a higher return on life along with higher returns on investment.

In this episode, Nancy and Justin discuss:

  • Challenges and strengths of female business owners
  • The psychology of money: Risk, savings, and spending
  • Return on life vs return on investment
  • Media portrayals of money are all for the short term

Key Takeaways: 

  • Women are wired differently. Generally speaking, they are more empathic and are stronger because of the simultaneous responsibilities of family, career, and personal development.
  • Balance savings and spending. Remember to live your life and spend money on things and experiences you actually enjoy.
  • Long-term savings and wealth are generated through compounding interest.
  • You can build your wealth. It’s all about progress, a little bit each day, and maybe with the help of others who can guide you through the process.

“It’s about using your money to be congruent with what you really want rather than guessing and not being intentional with what you want. So it’s about return on life, not just return on investment.” – Justin Krane

Connect with Justin Krane:

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/justinkrane/

Website: https://kranefinancialsolutions.com/

Email: info@kranefinancialsolutions.com

Phone: 310-237-6491

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