The myth, the man, the legend…Stan Lee the comic book genius recently passed away and he meant a lot to so many people. Stan was my friend and someone who I admire greatly. The last few years of Stan’s life brought his own super story – one filled with the tangled web of betrayal, lost fortune, and a constant reminder that you need to own your bank account no matter how famous you might be.
What You’ll Learn
- Some of the most impactful lessons I learned from being a friend of Stan Lee for over 20 years
- Why you always need to know what is coming in and going out of your bank account
- How you can infuse more creativity and joy into your life
- A simple exercise to document fear, worry, sadness, anger, and joy that will save you thousands of dollars on therapy (and it’s super helpful)
- How to tackle important estate planning documents now and what you need
- The power of your gut when it comes to working with other financial professionals
- Why I loved Stan Lee so much
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Shannah Compton Game is a Money Wellness expert, host of the to-rated Millennial Money podcast, and CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER with an MBA. Millennial Money has over 15 million downloads in 164 countries. Shannah’s years of experience as a skilled Certified Financial Planner have set her on a mission to revolutionize how people think, act, and feel about their finances…and have some fun doing so.