What Drives You?
“I believe that true happiness comes from understanding our unique purpose and how money can help us achieve it. This led me on a journey to understand more about how people and wealth interact with each other and how our biological make up is not structured to address today’s modern challenges. This is because our brains are hardwired to solve near term stressors regardless of the long-term consequences, which can make it incredibly difficult to see how wealth can create lasting joy. That is why I am determined to not only help others work towards making better long-term money decisions, but also help people build a pathway with their wealth to define its meaning in their life. I am committed to those who yearn to get more satisfaction out of their wealth for themselves and their families for generations to come.”
Harry Sommers works with individuals, families, business owners, and corporate executives in the creation and implementation of long-term personalized wealth management strategies. Harry ultimately seeks to provide clients and their families with a greater understanding of their unique financial situation. This is done by working with each family to understand the driving purpose behind their wealth.
Harry became a licensed broker at age 21, he held a variety of positions at nationally recognized broker dealer and learned how help people manage their wealth under his father, the founder and owner of a Financial Planning Office, all while working towards his bachelor’s degree. Harry joined the Hightower Omaha team in 2017.
Harry earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Financial Planning and Master of Business Administration from Creighton University. He is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional, Certified Exit Planner™, and Certified Financial Behavior Specialist®.
Outside of work, Harry enjoys spending time with his friends and family, playing the guitar, going to concerts from various generations of music, a great book and learning more about history, technology, psychology, and businesses.