This video is part of series on the Financial Freedom Studio that will explore the journey to financial freedom. 

We’ll highlight perspectives and experiences from thought leaders with unique points of view, industry experts, and people from all walks of life sharing personal experiences and offering insight into their own journeys.

I’ve spent much of my career helping Americans navigate through life’s many transitions. One of the transitions I am most passionate about is helping more people make their vision of life after work a reality.

Recently, I had an opportunity to sit down with Suze Orman, one of America’s most influential and outspoken personal finance experts, and someone who shares my passion for helping Americans experience financial freedom.

Suze has experienced her own personal journey—she went from making $400 a month waitressing to becoming a leading stock broker, two-time Emmy Award-winning television host and author of nine New York Times best-selling books. A hit with fans as a regular contributor to the Oprah Winfrey Show, Suze’s straightforward delivery of realistic financial advice, paved the way for her 13-year run on CNBC’s “The Suze Orman Show.”

Prior to the release of a new edition of her best-seller, “Women and Money: Owning the Power to Control Your Destiny,” Suze took the time to discuss a variety of interesting topics with me, including her perspective on the importance of financial freedom.

 

Using Beliefs to Drive Financial Decisions with Suze Orman

In this interview—the second of four that will publish on the Financial Freedom Studio—Suze shares her thoughts on how women can feel empowered to give to themselves as much as they give to others. By being open and discussing the realities of money in an emotional way, they can take charge of their finances and set themselves—and their families—up for success in the future.

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Check out the entire library of interviews with Suze below: 

Part 1: "Women and Money"

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