Janine Breeden

Janine Breeden

New Business Coordinator

Janine Breeden

When you become a Note client, Janine will be one of the first people to greet you. She takes great care, and pride, in orchestrating your onboarding. This varies by client but can look like opening investment accounts, helping to process contributions and distributions, and other related client service items. She remains available to you throughout your relationship to process any changes that arise as your needs evolve. As an avid runner, she’s not afraid to chase you down if she needs anything.

Janine lives in Eden with her husband, Michael, and two boys, Jared and Joshua. She considers her previous tenure as a stay-at-home mom the best education and experience she has had, hands down. It serves her to this day as she helps care for her aging mother.


Latest News from Note:

  • Forgiveness Drives Out Fear

    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 …

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  • Eudaimonia

    Choosing well-being, prosperity, and blessedness all year long. My Word for 2022 Recently, a friend asked me to choose a word that would define the year 2022 for me. I told Madchen, my friend, that I would like to use the word that I’ve been using through the entire year of 2021: Eudaimonia. Eudaimonia is …

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  • Addicted to Anxiety, Part II

    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 …

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  • Addicted to Anxiety, Part I

    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 …

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  • Thoughts on joining Note,

    My name is Colten Kitcho. I grew up in Sanborn, New York, a little farm town not far from Niagara Falls. I graduated from Niagara Wheatfield High School and Canisius College earning an BA in Sports Management. After a short break, I continued at Canisius and received my MBA with a finance concentration. When I …

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  • What’s your financial advisor paying attention to?

    I often hear financial professionals talk about the wealth they manage. They usually talk about how the market has impacted financial capital. Or about what the next exciting stock is going to do in the next quarter. I rarely hear them talk about their clients. A lot of financial professionals focus on the net worth …

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