—Topic: Remaining Resilient in Times of Uncertainty
Sharon Epperson joins The Money Millhouse discussing how she got started in journalism and how that lead to where she is today in her career. She shares about when she was at the top of her game then had an unexpected brain aneurism that could have ended her life. She also talked about her recovery and relearning walking, talking, and even balancing a checkbook. She is learning how to say no and how to not run on fumes. It is also important to be present in the moment—wether it is sitting across the table from friends or working on your career.
Sharon also talks about her family and what part they play in her life. She shows how she stays engaged with them and manages her work/life balance. She also gives advice to Bethany as she is about to become a new mom.
Sharon Epperson, named one of “12 to Watch in TV News,” can be seen regularly on CNBC television and other media platforms.
As CNBC’s senior personal finance correspondent, Epperson covers the many facets of how people manage, grow and protect their money. Her expertise includes saving and investing for retirement, paying for college, managing mortgage, student loan, credit card and other debt, and building a financial legacy through estate planning.