Hold onto your seats – today’s conversation is one of my favorites because the honesty and sincerity that gets shared my guests, John Schneider and David Auten is second to none. With their writing and speaking for DebtFreeGuys.com (Debt Free Guys LLC) and their Queer Money™ podcast, David Auten and John Schneider help queer people live fabulously, not fabulously broke.
I first met today’s guest, David Ralph, in 2015 when he had me on his podcast, Join Up Dots. It was a great experience as it was the first time I had been interviewed for a podcast and David was very interested in my journey of leaving the corporate world to start my own company. His response helped me see the value of sharing my story that has now been incorporated into my new book, iPROSPER. I can honestly say that meeting David and learning from him has been a huge highlight of my entrepreneurial journey — it is an honor to have him back on the show. David has a great story of his own — he also had to find the courage to leave the corporate world where he had been working for over 20 years as a trainer to start his podcast which now has had over 3,000,000 downloads.
It is my sincere pleasure to introduce you to financial therapist, Dr. Brad Klontz on today’s podcast. I’ve been a big fan of Dr. Klontz’s work since reading the book he co-authored with his father, Dr. Ted Klontz, Mind Over Money.
During our call, we discuss our experiences of assisting people with their money challenges and this is one powerful conversation that will leave you thinking about money in new and transformational ways. Brad is also a financial advisor and so his expertise is highly unusual and incredibly uplifting. You can learn more about Dr. Klontz by going to his website: www.Yourmentalwealth.com and also checking out his funny, financially educational and super inspiring YouTube channel.
Today’s conversation is with Pete Krull who is a financial advisor specializing in socially and environmentally responsible investing. We both share the important of being mindful about how you invest your money and during this conversation we discuss ways you can take that extra due diligence step and work to align your investments with your core values and beliefs.
I am excited to share my latest interview about empowering your relationships with Tracy Crossley. Tracy is a Behavioral Relationship Expert and Pattern Buster whose work centers on emotional connection—with ourselves and others. She helps people get out of their head to uncover the belief system that drives their behavior, then guides them through emotionally-driven actions to break the patterns that keep them stuck.
Dana Wilde is the bestselling author of Train Your Brain and featured in the movies The Abundance Factor, The Truth About Prosperity, and Dream Big. After growing her own business from zero to a million dollars a year in under 19 months, Dana can teach you how to make money by being happy and get paid for being YOU!
With years of experience, CFP, Bridget Grimes repeatedly witnessed female executives and managers fall prey to common financial pitfalls. Despite their high-earning power, she saw women, often with little time to spare, reward themselves with retail therapy, failing to focus on their long-term financial health. Bridget also observed financial advisors failing to account for situational considerations (like, underearning and time away from work) that are specific to women.
Today’s guest is Jennifer Longmore – a long time teacher of Akashic records and considered to be North America’s soul purpose expert. During our conversation you’ll learn:
-How akashic records can help you better understand your relationship with money
-Why it helps you to know the vows you took before this lifetime
-Why creating awareness around your pricing can help you earn more money
Today’s conversation is with my good friend, Theresa Fowler who has written two books oriented to self-love and taking better care of yourself. During our conversation, she shares some helpful tips to that she uses in her daily life that have helped her go through tremendous changes over the past 10 years. Theresa and I also talk about how to take good care of yourself when that is the opposite of what you’re wanting to do — instead how can you turn things around when you’re feeling down and more inclined to give yourself a hard time.
Today’s guest is Jonathan K. DeYoe who is a California-based financial adviser and a longtime Buddhist. By listening in, you’ll learn: -The 3 critical decisions Jonathan had to make to get his life back on track. -The connection between happiness and money. -Considerations for anyone looking to work with a financial advisor. -How to create more peace of mind when it comes to money and investing.