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Episode 41: Be a Grown Up With Your Money with Lynne Somerman

Next week after all the holiday hustle bustle is over you are going to check your bank statement and FREAK OUT.  Guess what- that is NORMAL. It happens to me every year and I even pay attention to our money. I keep a spreadsheet of what I am spending for Christmas and even when I try, I still seem to spend emotionally. It’s so easy to buy our emotions over Christmas.  Today’s episode is all about learning how to be a grown up about your money and where to start. The highlights of this episode are:

  • Getting real about your money

  • The power of budgeting

  • Live confidently and sleep deeply with your finances

  • Raw and Realness about money conversations

  • Her wishes and dreams for her own life

  • How Lynne wants you to get to your dreams

  • How to get out of financial holes

  • Figuring out what emotion you are trying to buy with your money

Episode 39: 8 Hacks for Forming Habits in the New Year for Busy Professionals

Here are my top tips for being at your optimal health and productivity.

  • Start now! You could be 3 weeks into a new habit by January if you start now.

  • Figure out what habit is the one that is going to be imperative for your best health so that you have the most energy to work on your dreams (in the episode I give my one thing).

  • Get up 1-2 hours earlier each day and work on your dreams and yourself. One hour a day on your business or self equals 9 work weeks of productivity over the year.

  • Block out family time. Make it non negotiable. My calendar scheduler (Calendly) doesn’t allow people to book during my family time.

  • Create new neuro-pathways through a program like Healthy Mind and Body. Let me show you how to get it free! Message me for the link.

  • Get an accountability partner to talk to weekly. Keep it to 15 minutes each when you talk and come to the call with bullet points about what you want to be held accountable for the next week. Do not make it a complaining fest. I have had an accountability partner for 3 years. My current one and I chat on Sunday afternoons for 30 minutes about the week.

  • Write in your journal correctly. Don’t write complaints. Write out how you want your day to go. “Today was amazing. I crushed it at work….” Write it out like it’s already happened at the start of your day.

  • Be flexible about adjusting your course. If you find that your habit goal is not working, adjust, don’t quit.

Episode 38: Handling The Unknowns of Entrepreneurship

Today’s guest is such an inspiring story of what the behind the scenes looks like when you are building a business. Josh Collins, along with his amazing wife Angie, run multiple successful storage rental facilities. They are also savvy property finders and investors. In this episode Josh talks about what is was like to start a business with a one year old, a recent death of his brother in a tragic car accident and finding out they were pregnant with baby number two. They decided to push on with their business despite the unknowns of income or success.

Episode 37: Money is your Lover

What if you could get excited about $5 left over at the end of the month instead of feeling panic? Today’s guest teaches you how to get excited about what is going right in your money situation vs focusing on the lack. Sometimes when we have a lack of money we starting hating it or hating people who have a lot of it (or other jealous feelings). It can put such a strain on your life. I talk extensively about this in previous episodes.

Episode 35: How to Execute an Intentional Social Media Life with Lyndsay Clements

Today's guest is all for helping you to clarify your message on social media and help you learn some ways to simplify and make it easier and more effective so that your ideal customer feels connected to you.  Lyndsay Clement is the owner of Ellen Grace Marketing and is passionate about helping business owners grow their sales through solid marketing strategies and effective planning.  In today’s world, consumers are overwhelmed with choices and brands need to (more than ever) build authentic relationships with their customers in order to stand out. 
What I love about Lyndsay the most is all of the free advice she gives on her Instagram .  I have implemented several of her strategies she gives there on my own social media and it feels so much lighter now!  

Making money on social media is relatively easy these days as long as you have the right product to promote and know how to talk about it.  I would love to know what you thought of Lyndsay's tips! 

Episode 31: Authenticity is the New Currency with Trevor Crane

It’s not always glitz and glamour when starting a business. It took today’s guest, Trevor Crane, 20 years to publish his first book.

Trevor 10x his income when he published the book through back end products and other programs that resulted from the book.

Do me a favor, write down your desired income. Now add a zero to it (making it 10x the amount). Would you like to 10x your income? Of course you would! We all would.

Trevor’s YouTube channel, books and programs make it seem like it has always been that way for him but he filed a 2 million dollar bankruptcy in 2009. He knows the highs and lows of business life. He had failed relationships as a result of that and his net worth went to negative. Through it all, he still knew he could come back. He didn’t know how at the time- but he got help and today has a thriving business. Knowing how to package and market the challenges you have been through is what makes the most impact on other people’s lives when you go to help them.

Episode 29: The Budgetologist - Phylecia Jones

Today’s guest is all about this and we get raw and real. As the CEO of Keep Up with Mrs. Jones LLC, Creator of Budget School, a premier business financial education platform, and Host of the daily morning show Ask the Budgetologist, Phylecia Jones is the savvy go-to budgeting nerd, international speaker, and trainer. After serving as a civilian Scientist and Engineer for the US Navy, Phylecia launched her skills into changing the world one budget-at-a-time and is now opening the door for many solo entrepreneur coaches and consultants to have that must needed wake-up call to get serious about managing money. Since being a money nerd is not enough, Phylecia's life has included traveling the world, being a professional cheerleader, 100hrs towards being a yacht captain… and achieving an eclectic list of random cool things!

Episode 28: Overcome- No Matter What Happens with Teri Dale

Teri Dale is the other of multiple books and is a holistic health coach and a cancer survivor. She admits that early in her career as an entrepreneur she didn’t manage her stress and she feels her stress contributed to the proliferation of cancer in her body. She had to make a choice then and there of what she was going to do treat her cancer. She chose to do it holistically without chemo or radiation against her doctor’s advice and 9 months later had a clean PET scan. After cancer she knew she needed to make a shift in her entrepreneurship journey to manager her stress better. She shifted her businesses, became an author and now runs a successful holistic coaching practice for women with a particular passion for those with diabetes or cancer diagnoses.


Episode 27: Our Lowest Overhead Business

80% of Americans are in debt. This means that YOU ARE NOT ALONE if you are in debt. One of our businesses was instrumental in getting us out of debt, the network marketing industry. Direct selling, MLM, pyramid schemes, weirdos, and all the things are discusses on this episode in regards to network marketing. You can create a significant side hustle income stream using this industry and create residual income for yourself!