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Do you feel that wealth is not accessible for you? Or do you feel that building wealth is not possible because you think you don't belong where you are? Let me tell you that you are not alone. This is just a perception because you can’t compare yourself to anybody, everyone's journey is different. Pursue your journey because you deserve all the great things and you will discover that wealth is at your reach. Always continue learning how to equip yourself with knowledge and skills to manage your money, shift your mindset and embrace your life- present and future.
In this episode, Rita-Soledad, shares with us her first money memory and why she grew up thinking wealth was not accessible for her. She also shares a piece of advice for other first-gen Latinos like her and how financial literacy changed her financial journey.
Rita-Soledad Fernández Paulino is a former math teacher turned personal finance enthusiast after becoming debt-free while sick on medical leave. She is committed to talking dinero with anyone willing to listen so that we can all build wealth juntos. She is currently studying to become a Certified Financial Planner to ensure more BIPOC & LGBTQ people can receive financial planning from someone who understands their challenges and dreams.
What you'll hear about in today's episode:
- The recurring message she received growing up about education
- Why she grew up thinking wealth was not accessible for her
- How she decided to focus the message of Wealth Para Todos
- Her best piece of advice for other first-gen Latinos like her