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Pegi Burdick

The Financial Whisperer: untangling your emotions from your money.

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As a serial entrepreneur and career adventurer, Pegi Burdick has held the title of business owner, restaurateur, sales manager, mortgage broker, author, coach, and speaker. Her expertise coupled with her desire to teach women about forming empowering relationships with money, has led her to call herself “The Financial Whisperer.”

Pegi has a keen ear for how women communicate, grow, and interact with each other particularly in business and money matters. From being a professional that often was charged with gaining her clients trust, she honed the skill of listening to what was unsaid, offering insights that almost always spoke directly to her client's needs. As a mortgage broker, Pegi started a company called Home Loans For Women that specifically helped women secure home loans. 5% of the net profit went to support organizations that helped victims of domestic abuse.

After her 11 year marriage ended, her life took some surprising twists and turns, not the least of which was the almost going over her own financial cliff. From surviving that crisis, she decided to devote herself specifically to helping women grow personally and financially through gaining self-awareness and has created effective tools that cause transformative results.

In addition to working privately with clients Pegi leads seminars, workshops, and is the author of three books: A Woman’s Guide To Getting A Mortgage, A Mother’s Guide To Teaching Her Children About Money, and It’s Never About The Money... Even When It Is.

Join Pegi LIVE for a free webinar Tuesday, June 16th and uncover your hidden power to get smart about money. Register here. 

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