#28: How to Stop Holding Yourself Back with Money

Do you feel like you should be further along in your financial journey? Are you constantly wishing your money situation was different? Not to sound too harsh but, what are you doing about it? Because the cold hard truth is that you, and only you, are responsible for how things turn out in your life and in your finances. You have the power to stop holding yourself back with your money. I know it’s easier said than done, but that doesn’t mean it can’t (or shouldn’t) be done. Check out this episode for a few great ways to stop holding yourself back with money and start getting ahead.

Here’s a glance at this episode:

  • [02:00] I didn’t start out as a savvy budget coach! I was terrible with money in my early adult years.
  • [07:11] The driving force behind leaving Austin to pursue life in Los Angeles, and how that transition was made possible.
  • [19:23] My financial rock bottom – the turning point in my financial life and what happened to finally help me get my act together.
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Resources mentioned in this episode:

Check out the Life Coach School Podcast for mindset help Save Your Spot in the Free Masterclass: 3 Facts to Shift Your Money Perspective Learn more about my 1-on-1 financial coaching program

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