No Shame in Asking (Video)

I have quite a few coaching clients who preface their question to me with phrases like the following: “I’m embarrassed that I don’t know this but…” “This is probably a dumb question, but…” “I know I should probably know the answer to this, but…” Here’s what I want to say both to you and my clients: There is NO shame …

The Battle for Your Money Begins in the Mind (Podcast)

Today’s episode is “The Battle for Your Money Begins in the Mind.” We’re going to explore how the way you think about money influences your financial behavior and your ultimate success with money. I’ll share some surprising facts about how your brain processes information, including how to identify destructive thoughts and replace them with productive ones. • You’ve heard me …

Teachable Money Moments for Kids (Podcast)

In this episode, I’ll discuss how you can use everyday situations to teach your children about responsible money management in age appropriate ways.  You can educate your kids about budgeting, prices, and sales tax at the grocery store.  You can explain mortgages, interest rates, student loans and credit cards to your teenagers. Paying your children for doing their chores will …

Engaging the Uninvolved Spouse ~ Part 1: “The Clueless One”

What do you do when your spouse or partner doesn’t want to be involved in the budget decision making process?  The “Uninvolved Spouse” problem isn’t uncommon in families, but it’s a serious one.  If you’re both not openly communicating about and participating in the family finances, it’s a recipe for conflict.  In this blog series, I’ll discuss three different scenarios …