[Ep. 273] How to Be an All-Star in Your Financial Life with Courtney Stephen

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Courtney StephenIt’s not every day you get a celebrity sports star on your podcast…who also doubles as a financial educator who is passionate about helping more Canadians become empowered through personal finance!

For this episode of the show, I have professional football player (he plays defensive back for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the CFL) and financial literacy advocate Courtney Stephen as my special guest to discuss his career and his mission to help others better manage their money and understand the importance of generational wealth.

Although you may not think that sports and finance go hand in hand, they actually really do! As we discuss in this episode, they can both seem intimidating, but at their core, they are quite simple. For sports, it’s about understanding the rules, practicing, and then implementing what you’ve learned. The same goes for money. It’s really just simple math, understanding some best practices and rules for money management, then actually putting into action what you’ve learned.

Still, it can seem easier said than done, which is where that mindset component comes in. You need to trust yourself and not let your imposter syndrome get in the way. And that means showing up for yourself, your future, and your family every single day.

I hope you enjoy this inspirational episode just as much as I enjoyed interviewing Courtney! And don’t forget to check out his website and amazing YouTube channel!

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