Nancy Juetten guides families to organize their personal financial information and crucial documents before something random or crazy can stop them. Podcast and radio show hosts appreciate her practical, tactical tips and stories from the trenches of ‘real life’ to inspire others to get their acts together, starting right now.
The co-creator of the Life Goes On Roadmap system for personal financial information organization, Nancy is on a mission to touch and transform a million lives by guiding them to take one of 16 essential road stops, one 20 minute segment at a time. She has addressed appreciative audiences at financial planning conferences, virtual women’s groups, and podcasts such as the Legacy Cafe Podcast, the Conscious Caregiver, and more. Nancy writes a column for the popular SixtyandMe blog site that serves 500,000 women aged 60 and better and welcomes the opportunity to share her ‘get ready for real life’ message from the live or virtual stage.
The Back Story:
The need to create Life Goes On Roadmap came to light in late 2017 when three women in Nancy Juetten’s life were faced with unexpected diagnosis, divorce, and death. These women were completely undone by their new circumstances. As a woman in her 50’s, Nancy woke up to the reality that she could be next. She asked her husband Steve to get her up to speed about all their passwords, account information, and other crucial documents and information so she could be empowered to drive life forward if something random or crazy should happen to him. The two of them transformed getting organized into a game to win instead of a chore to put off until later. Now she guides families everywhere to do the same thing to create winners all around.
Nancy’s Rallying Cry:
Keeping your head in the sand is a dis-empowering place to stand. The best time to get your act together is when life is in a drama-free zone. Now is the time.