Our relationship with money is complex, and it truly can have a major impact upon our lives.
My guest today, Joan Sotkin, knows this from experience. Joan built a business from zero to over $30,000 per month – but through poor financial management ended up bankrupt.
Joan’s story of her time when she was literally on the street is great. The experience of bankruptcy compelled Joan to study the connection between our emotions and the lives we create for ourselves, including our finances.
Joan’s passion – and her business – is coaching her clients how to implement new ways of being with themselves and their commercial activities.
In the interview Joan says that the starting place to change our financial condition is to bring about internal change.
Joan also talks about how you need to prepare for increased prosperity – from an internal perspective.
Her advice to those in serious debt is worth listening to.
Joan is the author of Build Your Money Muscles: Nine Simple Exercises to Improve Your Relationship with Money.
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