Christine Mathieu, B. Msc.
When Christine was a teenager her mother introduced her to the works of Lynn V Andrews and Morris West. Ever since, she has dedicated herself to living her purpose and helping others do the same.
To Christine, true wealth has nothing to do with money. Instead, true wealth is a state of well-being, happiness, or content. Our purpose, then, is to live in a way that supports our well-being and the well-being of others.
As a survivor of cancer, divorce, and bankruptcy, Christine knows a great deal about navigating major life transitions. Through her experiences, she has learned that we hold the answers to our problems and struggles. The key is to learn how to trust yourself, allow what matters most to take the lead, resulting in wonderful and unimaginable outcomes.
Through wealth coaching, Christine helps individuals, families, and business owners live their legacy by getting clear on what matters most.
Christine holds a Bachelors in Metaphysical Science and is currently working towards her CAP (Certified Advisor in Philanthropy) designation. She also has decades of experience as a financial advisor, legacy officer at a foundation, and as a wealth coach. “Coffee” is Christine’s favorite time of day and if she is not at work or at home, you will find her on a soccer field cheering on her boys.
What’s on Christine’s Mind:
It was 2008 The Great Recession was roiling the economy. The volatility of the market was upsetting everyone’s sense of well-being and life satisfaction. We were all living in a state of fear. We weren’t paying attention to account values, future projections, or financial plans. We were simply consumed with uncertainty and worry. I noticed …
Letting judgment go so that you can grow. Read Part I first. A Question for You What do you think causes someone to file for financial bankruptcy? What is the very first thought that comes to mind when you read that question? Now, humor me, write that answer down. Note how you feel as you …
A wake-up call to pay attention and forgive. The light dimmed. Darkness overtook her mind. She was about to faint. Her patterns of financial anxiety were the norm for many years … even while she was a financial advisor. She was successful, but she suffered from low self-esteem and low self-worth. When her business began …