Ending any serious relationship can be both emotionally and financially devastating. Regaining that financial stability can be complicated when starting over and when children and livelihood are at stake, it only adds to the magnitude of anxiety piling up. Today’s guest shares how divorce and bankruptcy gave her the courage to rebuild her financial security and how she now educates and empowers other moms (and their kids) to shift their mindset around money.
This week on Journeys Through Change (formerly known as Go Go Bistro), my guest Eileen Joy and I are talking about how divorce and bankruptcy gave her the courage to build financial security and teach other women to do the same.
Eileen Joy, founder of Money School for Moms and host of the Moms Who Money podcast started her business after building her own financial security and encouraging others to do the same. Like many of us, Eileen never learned about money in school (& neither did our kids) so she set out to help women change their financial literacy. As a money and mindset coach, she combines everything she knows about the power of mindset with a proven system to fill your bank accounts and help you create your dream life.
In this episode, Eileen and I discuss:
Your money affects your life and your life affects your money. Your money is there to keep you safe and secure and to provide fun, freedom, and choice. But we're not taught that.
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To connect with Eileen Joy and learn more about her money mindset techniques to create more abundance in your life go to:
IG: Noelle Van
Facebook: Day by Daybook