What is financial planning? This week Abraham Martinez, financial advisor and chief operating officer at Brio Financial, visits the show to explain his role as a financial advisor and some of the tools and strategies he uses to help clients reach their goals.
Workout of the week
Grab some friends and run a fartlek interval workout. If you don’t have any friends, it can be done alone as well.
Run hard for 2, 3, 4, 4, 3, 2 minutes, with a “rest” of 2:30 in between. This can be done on a track, treadmill, or just outside as you run down the street. It will look something like this:
- Run 2:00 minutes hard
- Run 2:30 easy
- Run 3:00 minutes hard
- Run 2:30 easy
- Run 4:00 minutes hard
- Run 2:30 easy
- … (continue the rest of the cycle: 4, 3, 2)
- Brio Financial Group
- Certified Financial Planner Board (CFP)
- Chartered Financial Analyst Institute (CFA)
01:51Workout of the week
03:52What is financial planning?
04:49What happens first?
13:18It’s not called retirement
17:14Money is emotional
20:51You always have control
22:24Understand all the options
24:19Take away one layer
25:44How to find an advisor
28:59What’s a fiduciary?
30:56Know the fees
32:25CFP and CFA database
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