Turning a failure into a success
February 3, 2015
Hosted by Franco Caligiuri and Marissa Cepelinski
We will be chatting with Julie Beyer, founder of "The Love of Food". We'll be discussing the lessons she's learned as a business owner. It took Julie experiencing failure with a recall on all her product to implement certain strategies, financial planning, and really understand her numbers in order to be a successful entrepreneur.
Conversations with Money
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Our show is intended to challenge your emotional meaning and understanding of money. We explore habits and patterns that we have developed from a very young age that limit us in building wealth. We tear apart the limiting beliefs that are preventing us from achieving our financial goals. We talk about the issues around money that many of us are afraid to talk about, be it in our business or partnership. The show is intended to help you open a dialogue and get comfortable talking about money.
Franco Caligiuri and Marissa Cepelinski
Franco Caligiuri is a nationally recognized financial educator and consultant, specializing in estate and charitable tax planning. His counsel and assistance have saved over 900 Vancouver households approximately $30 million in taxes. Franco has had numerous articles appear in publications such as “Money Sense" and " Business in Vancouver". Franco is also co-author of the book “Giving Transforms You" and host of an internet radio show called Conversations with Money. Franco serves on the board of the Reign Foundation, a local charity with the express purpose of helping educate the children of Cambodia.
Marissa Cepelinski is a passionate and highly driven leader. With over eleven years of experience in the field of finance, she’s co-founding partner of Capital Core Financial, Inc. Marissa has always been driven by a strong desire to understand and help people. The Capital Core Financial teams’ mission is helping people approach financial planning from a more holistic perspective and teaching them to implement creative tax efficient strategies. When Marissa is not hard at work, she is pursuing her passion for adventure. She’s been involved in community projects with the purpose of getting youth off the streets. Although she can be found exploring nature and running the trails, she resides in her home in Vancouver.