Making decisions that have an impact on your mental well being, and consequently on your relationships. Living in complete alignment, financially and otherwise, with your values. This is what we’re addressing today in Jewish Money Matters. I’m Yael Trusch, your Host, welcome to the show. Today I have the one and only Chanie Wilchanski, CEO of Schools of Excellence, Leadership Coach and master strategist, as I like to think of Chanie. She shares with us what led her to move her family of six from New York to Florida in the middle of a pandemic, prior to the mass exodus? How does one make a decision of such magnitude and consequence? The implications, not just financially speaking, but in terms of your family’s culture. Even if a move is not in the books for you, I want you to pay close attention to the conversations, and the type of questions that Chanie challenges herself and her husband with, to make decisions. Additionally, the strategic thinking that also comes with her being the breadwinner of the household, and making that work for both her and her husband. Consistency and discipline, going against the grain when you know something is right for you – in this case, not just a move to Florida, but many years earlier, a decision to leave the world of teaching and embark on an entrepreneurial journey that unleashed a tremendous potential. This and more with the super brilliant Chanie Wilchanski.
If you’re in the Miami area, join me November 9th in Bal Harbour Florida speaking about financial empowerment for WIZO Florida. You can register for the event HERE.