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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: September, 2016
Sep 29, 2016

Last week we wrapped up Season 1 of the Words and Money Podcast, and though it's not the first Thursday of the month, I'm taking this opportunity to share a little about what's in store for season 2.

Learn how I plan to bring in the exploration of freedom and what wealthy means to women from various types of businesses and careers. I'll be interviewing women who I believe live accomplished lives with unique perspectives on money. We'll keep the money banter, as that's the entire point of this show, but continue to explore more about what makes these individuals lives so inspiring.

I'll also be launching a Monday "Vlodcast" series. A Video and a Podcast where I share my best knowledge and advice around some of the topics that you, my audience, has been curious about. Feel free to send me your questions or topics you'd like me to hit - I'm gonna need the material! Do so through the show notes.

Sep 22, 2016

Amanda Berlin is the creator of Pitch School which helps entrepreneurs pitch themselves to the media and get coverage that grows their businesses. In this episode Amanda and I discuss the importance of the self-talk and little stories we tell ourselves about money. How each mini message turns into a day of mini messages which turns into a year and then becomes our life where we’re telling ourselves that we’re not good with money or not worthy of making more. Amanda teaches us how to shift and reposition those stories for abundance and wealth. More in the show notes.

This week's sponsor is PrepDish.

Sep 15, 2016

Limor Markman is the woman, the voice, and the star behind Limor.Money. She produces a weekly show called LimorTV offering a feminine financial perspective. In this episode, Limor shares her expertise on buying real estate and homeownership. More specifically, she poses an alternative option which is becoming a real estate investor, or a rental property investor instead of a homeowner. We discuss the importance of having multiple streams of income, how to be financially fabulous and so much more. Get more details in the show notes.

This week's episode is sponsored by PrepDish.

Sep 8, 2016

Carrie Smith Nicholson is the voice behind the Careful Cents brand, a community of solopreneurs and freelancers who are committed to building life-centered businesses. Carrie is a successful freelance business writer and uses her experience to educate others on how to become a freelancer. In this interview, we heavily focus on learning all about the freelance world from Carrie and how to go about finding clients, pricing your services, and more. Get more in the show notes.

Today's sponsor is PrepDish.

Sep 1, 2016

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In this episode I dive into the 5 books I read in my early 20s that have helped me get clear and gain confidence around my finances. There are books for every aspect of your life, whether you're just starting down your financial journey or you're looking for a new way to view your finances and your future. Some are written for millennials while others are written for someone of any age. Check them out and let me know what you think! Check out the show notes to get the links to all 5 books.

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