Discussing money is still taboo in a lot of cultures, and let’s not even talk about a money coach.
We tend to separate the spiritual from the material. More specifically, we tend to separate spirituality from money. This is interesting because God speaks about wealth and glory in the Bible. He wants us to prosper.
Our tendency to separate money from spirituality is even more interesting because we NEED money to accomplish things on Earth.
We need money to support our needs and desires and we need money to bless others. Period. Listen, the more you know about money, how to manage it, and how to multiply it, the better.
With that in mind, I invited millionaire April the Money Coach to the show to explain some financial principles and the role a money coach plays in helping facilitate growth.
April is a money coach, educator, and self-made millionaire. Most days you can find her sipping loose leaf tea while working away on her laptop to grow her personal finance business and serve her amazing clients.
However, April didn’t always have this success with money: the savings, the investment portfolio, the financial peace. In fact, she grew up in a low income household where she wasn’t taught about money except that “there wasn’t enough of it” and “it was hard to come by”.
As a result, she became fearful that money wouldn’t be present in her life for her needs. After buying her first home and car, she lost her job. After a lot of strength and perseverance she landed a new job, gained momentum, taught herself personal finance principles, and transformed her relationship with money.
That transformation led her to becoming a millionaire and now she helps high-earning women create a plan to become millionaires using their income alone.
Millionaire Money Coach
In this episode we covered…
- Books that have helped April understand personal finance
- How she become a millionaire
- The purpose of a money coach
- The difference between a money coach and a financial advisor
- Who needs a money coach
- Whether there is a certain amount of money someone should be earning before they hire a money coach
The concept of a money coach is fairly new, but effective. This episode is worth checking out, espically since April became a millionaire using her salary from her corporate job, instead of through entrepreneurship.
- Unshakeable: Your Financial Freedom Playbook by Peter Mallouk and Tony Robbins
Connect with Guest
You can connect with April on her
Linkedin: April Stewart, PMP
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