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Millennial Consulting LLC
520 S. 7th St.
Las Vegas, NV 89101
Lisa Chastain has first-hand experience in financial devastation, which is why she is one of the best coaches to have on your side when it comes to managing your money. Chastain is a renowned financial wellness coach with over 1,000 hours of trained life coaching experience. She has been featured in O, The Oprah Magazine; Fortune magazine; Entrepreneur magazine and interviewed multiple times by CNBC. She is championing financial wellness across the nation and, if that isn’t enough, she is also the No. 1 best-selling author of “Girl, Get Your $hit Together.”
Chastain hit rock bottom financially in 2016 when she was on the brink of losing everything; she had been through a divorce, lost her house, maxed out her credit cards and her cash flow was negative. It was at this point Chastain founded Millennial Consulting, a unique financial training company that focuses on the whole person and offers life coaching blended with financial wellness coaching. Four years later, she is on fire and teaching other women how to enjoy taking control of their money.
Chastain’s holistic approach to financial wellness and her 20+ years advising millennials meant that she was the perfect candidate to join Virginia Knudsen, CEO and founder of BOAR, in her new endeavor: NextGen. Chastain is the program director for NextGen, a year-long, executive-style program for companies that are committed to training their next generation of leaders. In addition to the fundamentals of leadership, NextGen leaders are intrinsically social and socially conscious.
Chastain is not only the master of financial wellness coaching, but also time management, as her new role with NextGen is in addition to her own financial consulting practice and extensive 24/7 speaking program.
We asked Lisa what advice she would like to share with our readers and, without hesitation, she responded:
“TODAY is the best day to take control of your financial lives. When that happens, you can start living your BEST life, and that’s what actually matters in the end. You can keep money simple. You can keep life simple. Audit your time and who you spend your time with. This is the key to understanding where your money is going. If you don’t like your financial results, take a look around and make necessary changes in your environment, too. A budget won’t fix everything, which is why we start with your life, vision and values first!”