Personal motto – “It’s gonna be alright”
Causes Beth supports – Organization helping special forces widows + families
Hidden talent – Great at mimicking accents
Beth feels most present when – talking/listening to someone who needs help.
Unique ability – to help people feel welcome and comfortable talking about private issues such as money with her warm and kind voice and excellent listening skills. She is quick to chat with guests on our website and great at connecting and answering questions on our intro calls. To schedule an intro call with Beth, click here.
Beth moved to Georgia in January of 2017 and her brother-in-law and founder, Tim Goodwin, saw how her unique gifts and talents would perfectly align as the first voice people would hear when contacting GIA. Since coming on staff Beth is learning and applying the value of the 4 income streams as well as creating a tangible plan for her own finances. One lesson she keeps re-learning is, “My choices can either make or break my future. I don’t have to go back to what is familiar. I can learn and make new unfamiliar choices that bring about positive change.”
If she could give her younger self one piece of advice, she would tell herself, “Don’t be afraid of what you think is going to go wrong – even what you think might break you. It won’t! Because, you are stronger than you think!” Why does she love working at GIA? “Because it is unlike any other place I have ever worked. The environment, encouragement, patience… How great everyone is! It’s an amazing job and it has changed so much about my life!”
Trilogy by Paulina Simmons
The Bronze Horseman
Tatiana & Alexander
The Summer Garden