Ep 73: From West Point to Wall Street: Building Financial Wellness the Right Way w/Benjamin Pitts

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In this Episode, Minority Trailblazer Benjamin shares;

  • Why he left Goldman Sachs
  • How he was able to raise $750,000 to start his business
  • How he is able to provide the same value to his clients
  • and much much more

Information About Ben:

Ben Pitts is the CEO of myFinancialAnswers, a personal financial coaching company that helps people make sense of their financial lives. The company combines compassionate expertise with a unique technology platform to provide people the financial guidance they need, when they need it most.  From student loans and everyday budgeting to retirement decisions and health savings, no personal financial question is out of bounds.

Ben started his career in financial services at Goldman Sachs as a wealth manager to ultra high net worth clients.  He left the Wall Street firm to build a successful, boutique financial planning  firm where he realized two things: 1) most families in America do not have access to the affordable, high quality, holistic financial guidance that they need and 2) employers have a unique opportunity and great incentive to help these same people move their personal finances forward.
Ben graduated from US Military Academy at West Point and he earned an MBA at the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business.  He and his wife Leslie are the proud parents of three children and reside near Philadelphia.


Ben’s Favorite Quote

“The only limit to your impact is your imagination and commitment”- Tony Robbins

Ben’s Favorite Book;

Traction, Get a Grip On Your Business by Gino Wickman

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