Living a financially free life has less to do with income and more to do with intention.
Often when we come from a high demand religion, we are conditioned to believe that money is the root of all evil.
We may shy away from making too much of it, or having any left over in savings.
We may also pick up shame or fear messages about what it means to be a working mother.
We can also pick up societal and familial limiting beliefs about money from our upbringing that are passed down through the generations.
Perhaps we learned that budgeting was difficult or meant living a life of lack.
Maybe we thought only “rich people” get to live a financially free life.
Financial Coach, Lisa Schader, says that these beliefs coupled with patriarchal views of women leave women particularly vulnerable to financial abuse. (And yes, that’s really a thing.)
But Lisa helps us bust all of those myths and empower ourselves to get the exact financial futures we hope for and deserve.
Whether you have a solid understanding of finances, or really aren’t sure what financial accounts you have or how to log into them, Lisa gives us shame-resilient ways to become aware of our current financial positions and begin to better chart our financial futures with some simple adjustments.
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