Who Is the Money Geek?

Out in the real world, my name is Michael Dinich and I am a professional financial advisor.

I know what you are thinking right now. “Wow! Michael, that sounds super exciting! Tell me all about the thrilling world of a financial advisor.”

And yes, I can hear the sarcasm in your voice from all the way out here. But for me, what I get to do is quite amazing and I wouldn’t trade it for the world.

You see, I specialize (read: SUPERPOWER) in helping hard working people just like you get the retirement they so desperately deserve. People who worked hard their entire lives and are looking forward to everything life should offer during their Life 2.0.

So, what makes me different from every other idiot out there who just wants to make a commission from you? Well, I will tell you…

I grew up in this industry, raised by parents that built a financial firm and were dedicated to making dreams happen for people who deserved nothing less.

I was taught at an early age that dollars are not just money, but represent moments, days, months, and years of your life that you traded for a better future. A better future for you and your loved ones.

I have carried that lesson with me to the office every day of my professional life and care for my client’s futures as if they were my own. My clients become family and I share their challenges and struggles in a very personal way.

Maybe I take this stuff a little too seriously and get too emotionally invested, but it’s the only way I know how to do business.

I am blessed to be married to the love of my life, Elizabeth, and together, we are raising our two kids Anna (10) and Gabe who is 8.

I have a bunch of cool hobbies that I don’t spend nearly enough time doing (workaholic) that include car shows (Elizabeth has a crazy cool 1954 pickup), Comic Cons, table top games, Star Wars (fanatic) and renewable energy.

Starting to get the whole “geek” thing now, aren’t ya?

In the end, I am driven by the legacy my parents left of being a champion for their clients. I will carry on that legacy.

For them, and more importantly, for you.