Back in 2012, Merideth Bisker and her husband experienced a financial crisis and were swimming in debt. It was through these hardships that Merideth paved the way for her future career in finance.
After discovering the link between emotions and money, she began a career in coaching and started Pacific Rock Accounting to help people fix their money habits and improve their relationship with their finances.
In today’s conversation, Merideth talks about her knowledge in finances — sharing what she knows to everyone listening, and also shares a bit about her creative side as well.
“If you’re working with an accountant who brushes you off, or who can’t explain what these numbers represent, then you need to find somebody else who can.” – Merideth Bisker
Some topics that were discussed include:
- Why Merideth is good at numbers
- How can a creative person learn to manage finances?
- How to identify how much to save
- Merideth’s love for singing
- Different parenting styles
- Neurotypical creative entrepreneurs
- Managing taxes
- Merideth’s recommended financial books
References & links mentioned:
- Story Selling Blueprint’s Website
- Adil Amarsi’s Website
- Pacific Rock Accounting
- Profit First by Mike Michalowicz
- Financial Recovery by Karen McCall
- Worry-Free Money by Shannon Lee Simmons
- The Heart of Money by Deborah Price
- Secrets of Six-Figure Women by Barbara Stanny
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