555: Financial Empowerment and the Importance of Mentorship with Rahkim Sabree
Today's episode is with financial educator, keynote speaker, and author, Rahkim Sabree. His mission is the "spiritual, mental, and physical empowerment of Black people concerning finances, politics, education, entrepreneurship and all aspects of living a productive life."
He is an active leader in his community in advocating for financial empowerment through various interviews, publications, podcasts, talks, and his own published works. He is also an advocate for ending homelessness through his organization, An Extended Hand, Inc. Through his work, he inspires others to embrace a limitless mindset by believing in “the impossibility of impossibility”.
Rahkim grew up in Mount Vernon, NY and embodies the idea that you don't have to succumb to your environment or the limitations of what you know. Rahkim is a strong believer in the power of the mind often making reference to the "law of attraction" and the power of intentionality. Among his passions are coaching, financial education, personal development, and entrepreneurship.
Resources Mentioned In The Episode
- An Extended Hand, Inc.: https://www.aeh-ct.org/
- Financially Irresponsible book: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1732620512/
- Mentorship: The Playbook book: https://www.amazon.com/Mentorship-Playbook-Rahkim-M-Sabree/dp/1732620504/
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