The old saying
“Do unto others as you would have others do unto you”
Learn why and what IS correct in this new book
Did you believe you had life figured out at a young age—only to realize you still had a lot to learn as hardships and loss became the norm? Author Nancy Butler knows how you feel. She married at age 15, had two children, and sixteen years later, she found herself in the process of divorce without any child support or alimony. Having limited professional skills, she set out to find a career that would not only support her children, but would also help other people.
Told in practical anecdotal fashion, you will be inspired by Butler. Grow with her during her struggles as a young bride, and then mother. Learn from her as she finds a profession in which she not only finds success, but also helps countless people design their own future plans. Laugh with her as she shares funny moments from family life. Hurt with her as she loses her father and other loved ones, and then honors their legacies. Rejoice with her as she finds a second chance at love.
Butler built her financial planning business to approx. $200 million in assets under management and then purposefully chose her successor before leaving the business to pursue other endeavors. Nancy has been quoted in many local and national publications including USA Today, Money magazine and The Day, and has been a speaker for major corporations such as Pfizer, General Dynamics and Dow Chemical. She has also been a guest on many live television and radio call in shows.
A memoir that will inspire you through hardship, loss and success.
Grow, learn, laugh, hurt, and rejoice as you journey through
the author’s professional and personal life.