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26-Year-Old Entrepreneur Gina Judge Commits to Helping Women Lead Financially Fulfilled Lives

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Gina Judge did not have an easy childhood and adolescence, yet she has taken the contrast of adversity and used it to her advantage, as she now enjoys great success. Today, she is teaching women everywhere how to empower themselves by becoming more financially literate.

When Gina was growing up, she was underprivileged, coming from humble beginnings. This motivated her to work very hard to achieve a level of success that would allow her to live an easier life. She worked incredibly hard to get to where she is today, and she has no plans to stop achieving ever-greater success until she rises to the top.

Today, she is a far cry away from her humble beginnings. Even though her childhood was a challenging one, she is always reminded of what Oprah once said, which was “Whatever happens to us, happens for a reason. Everyone of us, surely in my case, gets through the tough times because somebody is there, standing in the gap to close it for us.”

Gina has become that somebody for other woman. She loves empowering women, especially if they are going through a crisis and need that certain someone who can help them navigate through those painful and difficult times.

One of the main things Gina teaches women is that they are never a product of their circumstances. Gina had a rough upbringing herself, considering that she was raised by a single parent and had her fair share of abuse when she was a child and all the way up through her teenage years. She moved out of her childhood home when she was still quite young, which is something very uncomfortable for South Asian women, culturally-speaking.

As much adversity as Gina has dealt with in her life, she has used it as fuel to propel her forward in life. She has always been willing to go the extra mile and go whatever it takes to succeed. In fact, she never saw any other way to be except to stay determined to succeed. As someone who is very goal-oriented, any adversity or obstacles on her path to success granted her the skill of being able to adapt and change when needed.

Everybody makes mistakes, and Gina is the first to admit she has made many in her early 20s. In fact, she shares those stories with her clients because she understands the importance of being open, raw, and vulnerable. She is quick to express to women she supports that they are never alone on this journey.

Recently, Gina has launched the Millennial Money Guide, which is geared towards helping women everywhere manage their finances better. Gina takes a holistic approach because she has realized that there are mindset issues that often block women from becoming financially abundant. Helping women with their personal empowerment has led her to help countless women already.

To learn more, you can check out Gina’s website for the Millennial Money Guide. You can also follow her on Instagram @iamginajudge. Check out the Millennial Money Guide podcast as well for helpful tips and advice. If you’d like to book a one-on-one consultation with Gina, you can do so here.

 

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