I always knew that I wanted to become a financial planner. I was drawn to the fact that I could help many different people achieve many different goals, whatever those may be. My family are mainly teachers and my Mom always said I should become one as well. Though I may not have gone down the traditional teaching route, I still say that I’m an educator at heart. Every day is a new opportunity to educate clients like you on the many different topics that go into financial planning and how they all effect one another.
I started my financial planning career at Coastal Carolina University, not far from the self-proclaimed “golf capital of the world,” Myrtle Beach. It definitely did not hurt that I am OBSESSED with golf. When I wasn’t studying towards my degree in Finance, with a concentration in Wealth Management, I was often working on my game. Luckily for me, some of the strongest relationships I’ve built have developed on the course. My wife Brittany may tell me I golf too much, but as I always tell her “I’m working!” Looking towards the future, I cannot wait for the day I can bring our son Copeland golfing with me. I’ll wrap this up by letting you in on my two rules for summer: 1. Never leave home without the golf clubs 2. Never leave home without a fishing pole.