When you make a list the assets you “own”, that provide the most value to you and your financial health, do you list your career? As we look at how we can “Re-Invigorate Work”, how would it change your thinking if you identified your work not just as a way to support your daily life, but as one of the most valuable components of your long term financial stability? This week we speak with a financial expert who has written a book on this topic, and might change the way you view your work, and inspire you to get re-energized about taking ownership of your career.
Mike Haubrich is the President and Founder of Financial Service Group, Inc., a Nationally registered, fee-only advisory firm founded in 1982. His firm provides client-focused financial life planning services including retirement planning, investment portfolio management, personal risk management, elder life planning, tax strategies and preparation, family dialogues, career asset management, and more.
Michael is known throughout the industry for creatively blending traditional financial planning tools with contemporary insights. He was a pioneer in developing “career” as an additional asset class which has been widely adopted for use in financial planning practices.
Mike is the author of the book Career Asset Management: Getting Ahead, Staying Ahead and Using Your Head to Maximize your Career Value. Available on Amazon in print and e-formats.
Mike received degrees in business and finance from the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, and is a Certified Financial Planner, and a member of the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors.
He volunteers extensively in the Racine community for organizations such as Lakeside Curative Services, Career Industries, and Hospice Alliance. For more information about Mike, please go to www.toyourwealth.com.