3 Steps to Become a Financially Independent Woman

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This is amazing for those who lost a partner or are going through a divorce. We really can be financially independent women!

If you think money is all about numbers and dollar signs, you’re kidding yourself. No, we know that money is a very emotional thing, and those emotions play a larger role in dictating how we deal with the numbers than our mad math skills.

For women, this problem can seem amplified. We live in a culture where we’re told we’re more emotional than men, and that we’re not as good at math. After living with those stereotypes for so long, we sometimes start to believe them. We sometimes start to lose faith in ourselves.

Then, if we come up against a situation in our lives that would legitimately be emotional for any human being, such as a divorce or the loss of a partner, it’s devastating. Maybe we’ve dodged money until this point, believing it wasn’t something we could excel at, but now life has pushed us into the deep end of the swimming pool without floaties.

You may remember a few months back when my colleague, Yulin Lee, shared her thoughts on this exact topic. After working with so many women in these situations, she’s realized there’s a real need for broader connection and encouragement, along with advice for actionable steps. That’s why she’s put together a free webinar addressing some of the most common concerns she’s seen as a personal finance coach.

The webinar will address the following issues:

  1. Unfreeze from fear & paralysis to move forward by finding a new money identity.

  2. Discover the essential financial figures to become self-empowered to create a better future.

  3. Design a new financial life based on true life values, without the burden of fear.

If you find yourself in this situation, I highly encourage you to register today. If you know someone who may be in this situation, I highly encourage you to share this with them. Yulin and I have talked at length about these struggles, and she gets it. She gets it with compassion, and she gets it with solid, actionable financial sense.

Sessions start on Monday, so don’t delay!

You can do this. You’ve got me and Yulin cheering for you all the way.

 

 

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