Gold with Jeanette Schneider Episode 64: Finding Alignment with Lisa Chastain

Lisa Chastain believes that all roads begin at our values and our alignment to them. She shares the importance of our priorities, our ability to say no and how to call yourself out when you have moved out of alignment.

Lisa has been coaching, mentoring and advising millennials for nearly 20 years. From an advisor in higher education to Financial Advisor and as a seasoned life coach, she has learned what it takes to make dreams become reality. Her company, Millennial Consulting LLC inspires women to be the boss of their finances and lives by mentoring them on how to control their money, live purposefully and love their lives. Her #1 Best Selling Book, “Girl, Get Your $hit Together” teaches millennial women how to own their history with money so that they can boss up and own their futures.  

Lisa has recently been seen on CNBC, NBC News, MSN Money, and O – The Oprah Magazine, Fortune and Entrepreneur Magazine, and she is one of Las Vegas Women Magazine’s people to watch in 2018.   She is a Las Vegas native and when she’s not speaking, coaching or working in her business, she’s spending quality time with her family.

Today Lisa and I share our own experiences with alignment, mentorship, and our advice to those who are seeking a bigger, badder life. 

 I love Lisa’s reminder to get quiet with yourself. That is where we recalibrate and begin again. 

You can find her at and follow her on Instagram @lisa_chastain4

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Until next time – in the words of my grandma, “Love each other every day.”

In your ears, filling your heart.



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