Introducing the true WELLth Podcast

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Brighton Jones was founded on the fundamental belief that wealth management should be about more than growing and protecting wealth—it should empower people to live richer lives.

That vision has helped us become a leader in our industry, but it’s also the reason we continue to look beyond the balance sheet to address other challenges facing our clients. Delivering the best, most comprehensive wealth management services will always be at the core of what we do, but our goal is bigger than your financial peace of mind—it’s your happiness.

Enter true WELLth, a podcast devoted to helping you identify the tiny tweaks—or radical reboots—that will enable you to clearly align the way you spend your time and your money with what matters most to you in life.

Hosted by Manisha Thakor, CFA, CFP®, vice president of financial wellbeing at Brighton Jones, the podcast offers raw and uncensored interviews with thought-provoking experts from all walks of life. Early guests include Jean Chatzky, Carl Richards, Dr. Daniel Crosby, and Jonathan Fields.

You’ll step away from each episode with heartfelt, authentic stories from our guests’ own lives about their personal struggles with, and reflections on, the distinction between striving to be wealthy and actually feeling WELLthy.

Subscribe and listen to true WELLth on your podcast player of choice:

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Financial wellbeing and serving as our clients’ Personal CFO are the foundation of our work, and that’s never going to change. The true WELLth podcast is simply a new outlet to engage in thoughtful dialogue around the central questions of life, wealth, and wellbeing—conversations we’ve been having for two decades now. We’re thrilled to open the discussion to a broader audience!


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