“There are days I wish I could crawl back into my parent’s house and make them make all the decisions,”  proclaimed Airka Pierce. Haven’t we all been there on those days when life just doesn’t seem to make sense? There are ways to win at adulting, and our podcast guest, Arika Pierce, is dropping some bombs of wisdom on this podcast episode.

On This Podcast Episode:

Arika Pierce is a generational strategist, Xenial, attorney, author, Millennial Coach and speaker and author of The Millennial’s Playbook to Adulting. Think of her like me, your big sister sharing lessons she’s learned along the way. On this podcast episode, we’re chatting about some of her favorite playbook advice for your wallet and your career, and why she says that her best piece of advice is, “always be comfortable with being uncomfortable.”

Today’s Ask Shannah question is from Dylan who is curious about the difference between buying life insurance through his company or through an outside company like Haven Life.

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