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The Wander Wealthy Podcast | Build and Grow Your Money Coaching Business

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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Now displaying: April, 2016
Apr 28, 2016

Stefanie O’Connell is a financial expert, Gen Y advocate, speaker and author of the book, “The Broke and Beautiful Life.” She is dedicated to helping young adults achieve financial greatness. In this episode, I got Stefanie to sit down with me and talk about how to get started with a budget, the broke and beautiful budget. Stefanie walks us through the first steps of setting up a budget and how to plan for emergencies, be proactive about debt, and gear up for retirement. We talk about the other option when budgeting just isn’t an option anymore, which is making more money. Get more here...

Apr 21, 2016

Natalie Bacon is a personal finance blogger and writes over at Financegirl where she, of course, shares insights on money, but also intentional living, goal setting, being a young professional woman, and blogging. Natalie graduated law school with over $200,000 in student loans, worked in a job that didn’t fulfill her, and chose to change up her career for a more fulfilling and satisfying life. Now, Natalie works in personal finance during the day and hustles with her wildly successful blog Financegirl, on the side. In this episode Natalie shares her story with us and I dig in on her insight and advice on student loan debt and repayment. We discuss the difference between consolidating and refinancing and she shares why she won’t refinance her own student loan debt. Get more here...

Apr 14, 2016

Erin resides in NYC and is a millennial personal finance writer and speaker. She founded BrokeMillennial.com as a way to reach her fellow millennials who are struggling to understand basic personal finance concepts. She is a regular contributor to Forbes and U.S. News & World Report and has been featured on CBS Sunday Morning, and in outlets including USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, Mashable and Refinery29 . This week Erin and I the biggest myths around our credit score, becoming empowered to take control of our finances as women, extreme saving, and how everyone just needs to back off the "latte factor." Read more...

Apr 7, 2016

This week I'm sitting back down behind the mic for another soloshow and we're talking all about my love for budgeting (that's sarcasm, folks) and how I have 7 savings accounts. You might think I'm crazy insane, but no, having multiple savings accounts actually helps me save hundreds and sometimes thousands of dollars a month. And I'm going to show you how you can adopt my easy budgeting and saving strategy. [Get all the good stuff over on the show notes here.]

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