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The Wander Wealthy Podcast is a weekly show for aspiring, new and frustrated money coaches who want to learn how to create life-changing coaching packages, get more clients, and make more money. Join your host, Tess Wicks, along with some amazing guest experts to dive into topics around mindset, marketing, sales, pricing, and delivering your coaching services so you can build a freedom-based financial coaching business to make a big impact while making a great income.
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Jan 28, 2016

Show Notes

This is the second half of the Words and Money interview with Jen Turrell, a personal finance trainer helping women business owners gain control of their finances. In this episode we talk about what you need to know when going into business for yourself, the profit and operating expenses of our personal lives (get your Profit First for your Personal Life handout), and everything from paying off debt, paying taxes and interest, and of course, kinky handcuffs.

We chat about:

  • What you need to think about when starting on your entrepreneurial journey
  • Taxes for self-employed and small businesses and finding someone to talk to (CPA)
  • The Profit First Formula: Sales – Profit = Expenses (get the download)
  • The profit and operating expenses of our lives
  • Sustain Goals – Maintain Goals – Next Level Goals – Dream Goals
  • Jen answers my Quick and Dirty Q&A
  • We get a little sidetracked talking about taxes, interest, and debt… oh, and kinky handcuffs.
  • Then we close out with a fun fact: “This past summer, for the first time ever in history in the United States, the majority of wealth tipped over to being in the hands of women.” 

Resources:

Danethadoe.com – free resources for picking accounting software for self employed/online entrepreneur’s and small business owners – talk to a CPA about your taxes

Books:   

Profit First – Mike Michalowicz

The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur – Mike Michalowicz

I Will Teach You To Be Rich – Ramit Sethi

Organizations:   

Global Autism Project

Kiva

Autism Society of America

Autism Speaks

DailyWorth.com – Amanda Steinberg

Ready For Zero – Debt repayment app

Mastering Money Matters – Jen’s Group

Financial Fluency Podcast – Subscribe to listen to Jen’s episodes and interviews!

Jan 21, 2016

Jen is a personal property coach helping women entrepreneurs and self-employed women take control of their finances over at JenTurrell.com, but I like to call Jen my rockstar inspired financial comrade. This is Part 1 with my interview with Jen and we get deep with topics like divorce, domestic violence when it comes to money, women’s role in history with money, and discrimination against women in the workplace. There is so much depth here and I am so thankful to have someone like Jen come on the show to share her view and have an open discussion about it!

 

What We Talk About:

-How her record label and special needs financing helped her succeed in the entrepreneurial world

-Transition to working with women entrepreneurs on their own personal finance

-How being in a punk rock band taught her responsible and straightforward money strategies

-What Jen learned about money growing up

-We dive into the history of women’s roles with money (which was really nothing)

-Domestic violence and how that links to women’s own financial autonomy. Jen’s interview with Lindsay Fischer.

-Jen’s Podcast: Financial Fluency: Speaking the Language of Money

-The future of women in the workplace and discrimination in work and pay

-What you would have to pay to cover all the different roles the average housewife plays

-The difference between men and women when it comes to money

 

“I started my record label straight out of college…. So I at least had a side business as well as having some jobs over the years.” – 5:52

“With women and money: A lot of us carry guilt and shame over things that have happened in the past, and want help figuring it out but not condescension or judgement.” – 6:38

“I often existed by paying my rent with gig money.” – 9:25

“I saw a similar pattern with my mother… which was just that men were in charge of money, and I didn’t really like that in terms of thinking forward to my future and marriage.” – 12:55

“I would love for all women to always feel like they can leave any situation even if it’s uncomfortable.” – 15:33

“I feel like having financial independence gives us more choices, it gives us more power over our own lives.” – 16:06

“It’s discrimination when women are paid less, and when women are put in a position where, in order to live a full feminine experience of their lives which may include having children, to be punished to have that mommy penalty.” -20:31

 

Resources:

Dailyworth.com

Subscribe to Jen’s Podcast on iTunes!

Mastering Money Matters

@JTurrell – Twitter

JenTurrell.com

Jan 12, 2016

This week on the 'pod' I'm sitting down with Michelle Bobrow and picking her brain about all things money. Michelle is the founder and personal finance strategist behind The Holistic Wallet, a place on the web that will help you set a financial foundation, and provides creative and casual guidance to reign in control of your spending, overcome your mental money blocks, and optimize your cash flow.

WHAT WE TALK ABOUT:

  • Budgets and Big Things - "The personal finance course to bankroll the life you crave."
  • How The Holistic Wallet was formed
  • Investing without actually having to "invest"
  • Fiscal Foreplay and how to talk about money in a relationship
  • Michelle's Financial Freedom "I made it" moment
  • Quick & Dirty Q&A
    • Hear about Michelle's dream to open a candle shop
    • Her best money habit that has brought her success
    • Favorite app: YNAB
  • Love for thanksgiving and dog sweaters
Jan 3, 2016

Welcome to The Words + Money Podcast!

I'm so excited about this new venture and can't wait to bring something great to you, each week from here on out. Episode number one is a mini episode and features me, your host!

HERE'S WHAT YOU'LL LEARN:

  • Why I've created The Words + Money Podcast (and blog)
  • What you can expect from The Words + Money Podcast
  • Setting intentions for the New Year
  • Why you should set intentions and practice visualization
  • How you can steal my intention for 2016: Action Is The Answer
  • How taking action can lead to your financial clarity and control
  • Where you can get the Financial Clarity - Taking Inventory worksheet, which is HERE!
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