Growing up in an immigrant family, Brian Pasalich lived in Chicago, Croatia and even a small town in Montana all by the age of 13, which allowed him to have a deeper understanding of the different walks of life that people face. This combined with a passion for helping people led him to his career in financial planning. He is now the founder of Foundational, a consumer-mindset driven platform for financial health and wellbeing
Since a young age, Brian’s passion has been helping others. In his career, he has been a volunteer EMT, a flight paramedic with the Army Reserve, serving on two SWAT teams, and a civilian flight paramedic for a trauma center. He majored in Microbiology at the University of Montana before finding his passion for helping people through financial planning and serving as a Mentor with Founder Institute. Listen in to find out about Brian’s unique experiences and how it has helped him help others:
- Being a SWAT flight paramedic
- Majoring in Microbiology at University of MT
- How his failing business was the best thing that happened to him
- Creating Foundational.co
- Being a part of MassMutual team
- Mentoring at Founder Institute New York
- Being on the board for Marriage Equality
- Staying active in the LGBT community
- How health and fitness is a major part of his life
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“Name one goal you can accomplish without money”
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