It is an absolute joy to welcome? Meredith Moore, LUTCF, CLTC to In The Suite for this episode. Meredith is a CEO, a financial guru, a speaker, a writer, a leader, and a growth junkie. She’s also a fighter with a fiery passion to help lift up her community.?
Meredith is the Founder and CEO of Artisan Financial Strategies, where she helps Atlanta families coordinate their financial world. She won the greater North Fulton Chamber of Business, “Women of Excellence” award and is also a proud graduate of “Leadership Atlanta.”
“My passion is around mentoring, and that's what really gets me going,” Meredith tells us in this episode. She became interested in the idea around mentorship for the simple fact that she did not have any mentors during the first part of her career. She is also a firm believer of “we are the average of 5 people that we surround ourselves with.”?
In this episode, Meredith encourages us to cross out everything we know about work or business. “I'm challenging people that I'm working with to lean into being yourself and figure out what makes sense,” Meredith says. “Think about it out of the box.”?
Meredith is a fighter not only within the professional aspect, but also within her personal life. 6 weeks after having her baby boy, she became ill with brain cancer. She overcame this life-threatening illness and fought for everything she had including her life and her business. Meredith lets us know that this illness gave her a perspective on risk that most advisors do not have.
One of the many gifts that you’ll discover while listening to Meredith Moore in this episode is her passion to help her community and her drive for success.?
Meredith shares the importance of having mentors, and how to be true to yourself. She says “they're either gonna like you or they're not.” She continues, “I've tried to create an environment where people can connect and really get to know somebody at a deeper level.”?
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