At Labrum Wealth Management, we want our clients to think holistically about wealth management – and that’s why today’s episode isn’t just about finances and investing. It’s about how the components of our lives are interconnected, and the fact that how we invest and build wealth is directly linked to our families, our communities, and our jobs.
Few people know this better than today’s guest, Paul Thompson. Paul is the Executive Director of the BetterWorld Trust, which envisions a world in which everyone has access to the opportunity, education and nourishment needed to experience a healthy and vibrant life and partners with great organizations to make it happen.
Paul brings his enormous amount of experience in leadership and life skills to the podcast today, sharing his wisdom on marriage, nonprofit organizations, and more. No matter where you’re at in life or what you aspire to build, it’s a must-listen.
In today’s conversation, here’s what you’ll learn:
- How seeing people in great poverty in early childhood led Paul to his life’s work and mission.
- Why Paul founded The Marriage Resource – and how he’s working to help couples come together and solve problems, including financial issues.
- The reason one-on-one time with your family can change your life.
- Why we have to be intentional about who we want to be.
- What makes budgeting with your spouse so unpleasant – and why it’s so important.
- The four components that make a great leader.
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