Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Justin Castelli. I’m the founder of RLS Wealth Management, a Registered Investment Advisor in Fishers, Indiana. During work hours, I am a financial advisor (I’m a Certified Financial Planner™ Professional) helping my clients manage their financial lives while maintaining a balance between preparing for the future and enjoying their lives today–balance is important!
I started RLS Wealth Management in July 2015, but it wasn’t until the last year or two that I moved from a business owner to an entrepreneur, and yes there is a difference. In that same time, I began working with more clients who happened to be entrepreneurs or at least had an entrepreneurial spirit, which led me to focus on developing a relationship to help entrepreneurs with their personal and business financial planning.
In addition to being able to help other entrepreneurs with their planning, I wanted to help others, even if they did not become clients of RLSWM, which is why I started this blog and podcast. I hope both become resources for entrepreneurs in all stages of the journey.
A few other things you should know about me:
- Family is first and you’ll probably see my wife, Angela (owner of a boys’ boutique called Roman and Leo) and three boys Roman, Leo, and Silas.
- I love hip-hop. You’d think by now I would have outgrown the genre, but nope. Don’t be surprised to see hip-hop influences in my posts, videos, and podcast episodes.
- I’m a fitness and health nut.
- I started a side business selling gear for financial professionals; it shouldn’t surprise you it’s called RLS Threads.
- My first goal is to provide resources, education, and entertainment for entrepreneurs, but being completely transparent, I also want to continue to work with entrepreneurs and grow the number of entrepreneur clients at RLSWM. So if you are ever interested in learning more, just let me know!
This blog is purely informational and designed to get you to think; in no ways should this information be mistaken for financial advice. Please consult your financial advisor to discuss how this could impact your personal situation.