My “why” is the people that I work with and the impact they have shown me that I have on their lives. It’s not just the research (and I’ve gotten a lot from that), but it’s the fact that I will share something with somebody in a passing conversation or in a class, and find out later that they have taken actionable steps because of something that I said. It’s the fact that something that I say or do has an impact on someone’s life and allows them, and encourages them, to take steps forward. #MyWhy #AskanAFC

Kate Mielitz, AFC® and PhD Candidate, Personal Financial Planning Program, Kansas State University

April 12, 2017

#MyWhy Series

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