Karen has been with Tardus since 2004. She joined at a time when she was done with college and had saved a little, but still knew there was more for her to learn when it came to finances. She knew other people let their money work for them but she did not know how and it sounded like Tardus could help her learn. It took a year from joining for her to truly change the way she managed money but it was really worth it. She knew where her money was and where it was going. The greatest success, so far, is she was able to buy another house here in Honolulu!
Her main goal in becoming a wealth coach is to bring people to Tardus so she can help as many as possible to become financially intelligent with their money. She’s been a wealth coach for over a year and knew that with teaching others about the program, she would also be learning more – and that’s proven to be very true.
For her, the most important part of being a Tardus wealth coach is to make sure this knowledge passes down to her family and future generations and has even referred many family members: her daughter, her son and his wife, and her sister have all joined, as well as another good friend. Her sister even said that she wishes she would have started 10 years ago!
Her main interests right now aside from Tardus are her grandkids: ages 8, 6, and 4, since they are at an age where they are such a joy to be around. They do a lot of hiking and swimming together and visiting the Bishop museum.
“I am so grateful to Tardus and feel so blessed to have found them when I did. I would not have this freedom that I feel. It was just the right time.”