How To Help Women Face Financial Fears — And Live Their Best Lives With Sarah Carlson (Ep. 381)


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A lot of people, especially women, feel anxious about their financial situation. It’s difficult to confront what’s really going on. It’s easy to feel paralyzed by shame.

In this episode, Matt Halloran talks to Sarah Carlson, founder and private wealth manager at Fulcrum Financial Group, LLC. Drawing from her new book, “Facing Financial Fears,” she shares eight powerful ways to help women learn, grow, and live their best lives.

Sarah discusses:

  • How to handle uncomfortable conversations that will help your clients break free from fear
  • The impact your content can have on prospects — without you realizing it!
  • Every reason to tie your clients’ goals to emotions (and how)
  • Lessons she learned from a life-threatening experience early in her career
  • And more


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About Our Guest:

A financial planner for 18 years and a wealth management specialist for 28 years, Sarah Carlson, CLU®, ChFC®, CFP® founded Fulcrum Financial Group to help people navigate the many complexities that money can bring to life. Sarah helps clients simplify the process, whatever their dream may be — early retirement, traveling the world, leaving a legacy for future generations, or something else. With experience in securities, trust, wills, investments, and retirement planning, Sarah helps people go from financial fear to financial freedom through a series of steps motivated by curiosity. She is also the author of “Facing Financial Fears.”

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