Becoming financially literate is very important, especially if you want to bring yourself up to a higher quality of life. No one understands this better than Naseema McElroy, who was working 12 hour shifts as a nurse and even reached a point where she got broke. 

In today’s episode, she will be sharing with you how she managed to get out of this hole and bring herself up to a place where she is now financially secure, her journey of starting her own company and advice on how to properly take care of your money. 

If you want to know more about the importance of taking control of your finances then listen to today’s episode!  

Highlights 

>> Naseema’s background

>> How Naseema balances work and family

>> Naseema’s book

>> When to take a step back 

>> Naseema’s advice for entrepreneurs 

>> The first step to taking control of your finances

Connect with Naseema 

>> Website

>> Instagram 

>> Twitter

Buy Naseema’s book in the link below!

>> Book

 

If you loved this episode, you have to listen to these episodes as well:

>> The Road to Financial Wellness through Financial Literacy with Jason Wenk

>> Becoming Financially Smart with Dr. David Rhoiney [Black History Month Special]

>> How to Be a Champion in Finance with Lauryn Williams [Black History Month Special] 

 

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