Episode 16

Published on:

3rd Nov 2023

#16: What does prosperous and happy mean to you? Our podcast guests answer the question.

My latest podcast is a “feel-good” episode for troubled times.

At the end of every episode, I ask all my guests the same question, “what does prosperous and happy mean to you” ?

As we head into the end of the year, I wanted to share the answers of many of the guests who I’ve chatted with since we launched the podcast in July of 2022.

You can hear for yourself that Prosperous and Happy means different things to different people, but almost always revolves around a feeling of gratitude for something that brings joy to our life.

Regardless of whether we were talking about financial planning, the markets or a potential divorce, my guests always had a great answer to my final question on THEIR definition of prosperous and happy.

As you listen to this 15-minute episode, think of your own definition of prosperous and happy and drop me a line to tell me what it is.

Thank you for listening

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About the Podcast

The Prosperous and Happy Life
Money doesn’t guarantee happiness, but it sure can help. In this podcast, I bring you expert advice on how to achieve not only wealth …. But happiness too!
I shares tips and experiences from my quest to help my clients be prosperous and happy. Over more than 30 years I have worked with thousands of clients and countless experts, all looking to live a rich and fulfilling life. In my podcast interviews I share my stories and wisdom, along with advice from the many experts I have encountered along the way.

About your host

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Mary Hagerman

Mary Hagerman is an award winning portfolio manager and investment advisor with the Montreal office of Raymond James Ltd. Considered a female pioneer in building ETF-based discretionary portfolios for her clients, Mary is an expert columnist on ETFs for industry publications in French and English, and she is regularly quoted in the media. Mary combines her personal passion for karate with her professional experience in her book, The Black Belt Investor.

This podcast has been prepared by and expressed the opinions of Mary Hagerman, and are not necessarily the opinions of Raymond James Ltd. (RJL). Statistics, data and other information presented are from sources RJL believes to be reliable, but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed. This podcast is for information purposes only and is not to be construed as an offer or solicitation for the sale or purchase of securities. Investors considering any investment should consult with their Investment Advisor to ensure that it is suitable for the investor’s circumstances and risk tolerance before making any investment decision. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Information provided in this podcast is general in nature and should not be construed as providing legal, accounting and/or tax advice. Should viewers have any specific questions and/or issues in these areas, please consult your legal, tax and/or accounting advisor. RJL is a Member of the Canadian Investor Protection Fund.