Reshell Smith is a Certified Financial Planner and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst who specializes in working with first-generation wealth, C-suite executives and divorcees.

She is an advocate for empowering people to use their voice and is a regular speaker, writer and media guest.

“I’m using my voice to empower you to use yours,” she says.

During this episode, Reshell shared her first money memory of her with her grandmother and how she got into the profession. She also gave advice to advisors on how to approach clients going through a divorce, and how to build relationships with divorce attorneys.

Lastly, Reshell shared her journey in using her voice to empower others and the validation it brings.

In this episode, you will learn:

  • How to forge relationships with other professionals.
  • How to develop skills in writing, speaking, and media engagements.
  • Strategies for achieving financial stability.

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Carson Group is committed to advancing financial literacy. Our coaches work with thousands of FPA members. Schedule a consultation to learn how Carson can help you help your clients and grow your business.

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