Gritty Money Choices with Stephanie Mearse

Stephanie Mearse

Parents don’t always do the right thing, especially in times of stress. It can be hard for a child to make good choices after being surrounded by such bad influences. Fortunately, Stephanie Mearse shows us that even when we are surrounded by the unsavory, we can make a switch and change our lives.

With chaos around her, as a child, she watched a picturesque life portrayed in a Hallmark film. It became an image that she clung to and successfully created her dream life before the age of 35 after being a kid on the streets. She knows that it is possible to go from zero to a million with dedication and effort. However, the drive to make a better life does not mean that we have to strive for perfectionism.

Often when we are starting to shift our mindset and environment, we need reminders that our imperfection is what helps us see unique opportunities. Creating a foundation to grow from requires aligning yourself with the right people and companies. The power of having a vision and making gritty choices that get you where you want to be is eye-opening and life-changing.

Stephanie Mearse is the author of “Women of Perfection; Perfectly Imperfect”. She talks about how we are killing ourselves trying to obtain perfection when it just isn’t possible. We can achieve so much more when our imperfections are embraced as a gift and used to help us take the next best step. We always have the power of choice and the ability to envision our future. As a Speaker, she speaks to women and men about achieving goals by making gritty choices. Stephanie has a radio talk show on Sacramento’s Money 105.5 as well as a podcast “Empower Hour” on Spotify. Stephanie is co-Founder of Empower Hour (Women’s Networking Group) and helps women and children off of the streets. Connect with her at



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