Susan Ritter is a financial educator based in America who used to work in nuclear plants and has plenty of stories and adventures from around the world to share with us. Like every financial educator, Susan is all about legacy, mainly child legacy.
Susan is a mother who has an interesting point of view around the word legacy and the importance of memories in life. She also speaks about death awareness and why you should have things organized for when the time comes. Ready to find out what is inside Susan’s time capsule for her son?
We also would like to share Susan’s website.
Check out some of our previous episodes
#1 Don Culloty’s Inspiring Life Stories
#2 How Jo Allen Battled Stage 4 Cancer
#3 How a mother found a place of love after losing her son | Stephen Lyne’s Foundation
#4 How Susan Ritter is Helping Her Son Create a Legacy for Himself
#5 How wisdom can change the world by Dr Manoj Krishna
#6 How Tricia Parido’s Life Story Guided Her in Becoming an Addiction Coach
#7 Exploring the World While Working Remotely by Emille Rosa
#8 How to Keep a Positive Mindset in Today’s World by The Author Melanie Moses
#9 Transforming Life Adversities Into Opportunities by Kazim Abbot
#10 Sofia V, The Violist Who Started to Play at The Age of 8 And Now Gathers Fans Worldwide
#11 Robina Tower’s Life Adventures – Discovery Chanel Worldwide Correspondent
#12 Millionaire to Monk to Motivational Speaker – Pandit Dasa Life Journey
#13 An Ordinary Person Who Was Lucky Enough to Find Something he Could do – Dr. Barnaby Taylor
#14 You Won’t Know the Journey if You Don’t Take the Step Forward – Kamil Mahajan
#15 What is your Spark? – Brid O’Connor
#16 Embrace Your Uniqueness – Ntsoaki Phakoe
#17 The Challenges of Being a Working Mother – Sophie Towe
#18 The Potential in Every Child by Gavin McCormack
#19 Inspiring Young Lives By Peter Grogan
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