Episode #46: Leslie Tracey

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Leslie Tracey is a Financial Professional at New York Life, Music Director at Crawford Memorial United Methodist Church and Board Member of the Dutchess-Orange United Way.  She is an alumni of Western Connecticut State University. One of her biggest joys is youth mentorship. For several years, Leslie served as volunteer Youth Ministries Director at Trinity Seventh-day Adventist Church where she led the youth in various educational and community service projects. In addition, she has mentored high school students through the Chamber Foundation program, volunteered as Loaned Executive and Grant Reviewer for the United Way, is a Big Sister and has volunteered with the youth where she was former MD at Poughkeepsie United Methodist Church. Her proudest professional accomplishment has been achieving Executive Council Status, Rookie of the Year, Northeast Top 100, and several production-based awards from New York Life for her passion of protecting and educating her clients. She was also the 2018 recipient of Dutchess County 40 under 40. Her goal within the next five years is to develop consistent financial education for women and to mentor African-American young adults particularly female into the financial services profession throughout Boston and the Hudson Valley. When Leslie is not working with her clients, in music ministry or volunteering her favorite thing to do is read, hike and travel. 

In today’s episode, Leslie shares the TOP limiting belief she’s faced in her business “I need to do it all on my own”. We discuss being humble and reaching out for the help you need in order to be successful. Join us in this conversation because you are not alone and it is okay to feel like “this” and seek help!

In this Episode: 

  • Reaching out and asking for help from someone you admire

  • Putting pride aside to recognize amazing deals in front of you

  • Think of yourself in the three adjectives you want everyone to know you as

Words of Wisdom: 

-- “We are really just an empty vessel and we can always be filled up with new material“

-- “I am confident, I am disciplined, I am focused”

-- “Find your three words and say them to yourself every day”

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