Money. How much is enough? How do I get it? How should I spend it if I do have it? Finance is a stressful subject often tied to feelings of anxiety. We don’t believe it has to be. Let’s take a good look at our finances, understand and accept where we are, and develop realistic and measurable goals so we can move forward with clarity.
Melissa Myers is a heart-centered CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional who is passionate about helping women get what they want in life and has been doing so for over 20 years.
Melissa is on a mission to help empower women with their finances and delivers a unique process including programs, courses, and workshops. Her next book, which will be published soon, is titled: Going Rogue! Unconventional Financial Strategies for Women. A book about women, for women, and by a woman. You’ll want to check it out because you’ll find fresh strategies that are relevant if you want to line your money up with your values, live your ideal life, and be a blessing to others!
Giving back to her community is important. In support of the local arts, Melissa served on the board for the West Michigan Symphony Orchestra. She is a member of All Shores Wesleyan Church and volunteers as a budget counselor in their Good $ense Program and is a Faith and Finances facilitator. Melissa is a member of the Lake Michigan Estate Planning Council, the Grand Haven Eagles, Counterpart, Tri-Cities Women Who Care, and is currently President of Grand Haven Toastmasters Unsalted.
A self-proclaimed foodie, Melissa is in search of fabulous restaurants specializing in unique and amazing food. At home, she loves cooking, entertaining, boating, and relaxing poolside with a great book. She stays active by skiing, playing tennis, and going to spin class.
Melissa lives in Spring Lake, Michigan, with her husband, Ryan, and son, Brock.
She believes that everyone can benefit from a financial road map. Think of Myers as your financial GPS. She’ll help you determine where you are, where you want to be, and she’ll help you pursue your destination.
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