In this episode, Co-Founder of the Nav.it Money App, Maia Monell, talks about entrepreneurship and navigating finances.
Today, Maia talks about the shortfalls in financial education, planning business KPI’s, and the results of financial inequity. How does the Nav.it App address these concerns?
Hear about financial planning in the world of instant gratification, success milestones, how to keep financial stress low, and get Maia’s advice to her younger self, all on today’s episode of The Healthy, Wealthy & Smart Podcast.
- “Healthcare doesn’t understand finances, and finances doesn’t understand healthcare.”
- “Money is dollars and cents. Anybody can figure it out.”
- “The biggest quality of an entrepreneur is adaptability.”
- “You still have to work to be lucky.”
- “The results of financial inequity are far-reaching and persistent.”
- “Patience and adaptability are key.”
- “Do not act on a TikTok influencer.”
More about Maia Monell
Maia is the Co-founder and Chief Growth Officer of the Nav.it Money App. Nav.it is the fitness app for finances, providing personalized financial coaching to build good habits and live financially well.
When she’s not pitching, selling, and creating for Nav.it, Maia is working with her family’s two foundations. She’s devoted to closing wealth gaps perpetuated by a system not built for the majority of America, and believes that financial wellbeing is an integral part of creating a healthier and more equitable society.
She’s an avid tennis player, skate skier, and runner, with an obsession for physical, nutritional, and financial health.
Healthy, Wealthy, Smart, Entrepreneurship, Finances, Inequity, Patience, Adaptability,
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LinkedIn: Maia Monell.
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