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Valorie Burton: Let Go Of The Guilt

Valorie Burton: Let Go Of The Guilt

June 17, 2021

This entire month is dedicated to letting things go. Whether that means letting go of limiting beliefs, toxic relationships, shame, or even guilt, letting go is the key to truly living your life’s purpose and walking in the freedom that you’re called to. 

 

There are so many things we need to let go of in life, but one that I’ve seen cripple most people is guilt. Guilt is rooted so deep within our hearts, it’s often hard to recognize we’re carrying it without consciously acknowledging where it originated. We can only recondition what we first recognize, and a book that does a beautiful job at helping readers remove guilt and move past shame is, “Let Go Of The Guilt” by Valorie Burton.   

 

National bestselling author, international speaker and life strategist Valorie Burton is the founder and CEO of the Coaching and Positive Psychology (CaPP) Institute. Her life-changing message has an intriguing, research-based emphasis in the pioneering field of applied positive psychology – the study of what happens when things go right with us. 

 

Her company provides coaching, coach training and resilience training and has served clients in all 50 states and 15 countries on six continents. Since 1999, she has written 13 books on personal development translated into nine languages, including the bestsellers Successful Women Think Differently, Successful Women Speak Differently, What’s Really Holding You Back?, and the most recent book Let Go of the Guilt.

 

Valorie teaches that resilience is a skill that can be learned – and anyone who wants to have fulfillment, high impact and success must learn it. Today she breaks down how we can stop beating ourselves up and take back our joy, by letting go of guilt.

 

Key discussion points from this episode include:

  • The Persistent Feeling Of Guilt - 7:53
  • Authentic Guilt vs. False Guilt - 10:50
  • Overcompensating Because Of Guilt - 13:25
  • The Stress Of Unspoken Guilt - 17:55
  • Mom Guilt & Women Guilt - 23:00
  • Show Yourself Grace - 26:00
  • Spirituality & Guilt - 27:49
  • Embrace Your Story - 34:50
  • Flip The Guilt Trip - 38:32

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Let Go Of The Guilt Takeaways

 

  • “There is a guilt gender gap.” - Valorie Burton
  • “Guilt is what we feel when we think we’ve done something wrong.”- Valorie Burton 
  • “False guilt isn’t that you’ve done something wrong, it’s just that you feel like you’ve done something wrong.”- Valorie Burton 
  • “If you don’t question it, then you’ll behave as though you’re guilty.”- Valorie Burton 
  • “Guilt is a debt.”- Valorie Burton 
  • “Guilt tries to hijack your decisions.” - Valorie Burton 
  • “Mom Guilt is very real.” - Valorie Burton
  • “Guilt can follow you throughout the day.” - Patrice Washington
  • “Show yourself grace.” - Patrice Washington
  • “I truly believe that most of the time we’re doing the best that we can with where we are at that moment." - Valorie Burton
  • "God is forgiving, He’s a God of grace and He knows we’re not perfect.” - Valorie Burton
  • “In order to move forward you have to be willing to forgive yourself.” - Valorie Burton
  • “My biggest failures made me more compassionate.” - Valorie Burton
  • “Embrace your story.” - Valorie Burton 
  • “Guilt is when I've done something wrong, but shame is a step further and believing that who I am is wrong and therefore I must hide it from you.” - Valorie Burton
  • “When you begin operating from a place of joy, peace, and truth instead of guilt, you’ll begin to see the outcome that you desire.” - Valorie Burton
  • “No one can make you feel guilty unless they find a vulnerable spot they can tap into that you deep down might agree with.” - Valorie Burton
  • “People who are guilt trippers are very good at finding the people who are guilt prone.” - Valorie Burton
  • “You have to enforce your own boundaries, not just set them, but enforce them.” - Patrice Washington
  • “Sometimes to help people, we have to stop helping.” - Patrice Washington  
  • “You can not achieve your goals when others are putting expectations on you that you receive.” - Valorie Burton
  • “There is no success without joy.” - Valorie Burton

Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions

 

And with that, let’s dig into Valorie’s responses to our Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions.

 

Define Success:

“Success is a harmony of purpose, resilience and joy.”

 

Define Wealth in 3 Words or Less:

“Freedom. Generosity. Peace.”

 

One Book that Has Redefined How You See Wealth:

Secrets of Six-Figure Women: Surprising Strategies to Up Your Earnings and Change Your Life by Barbara Stanny 

 

Fill-in the Blanks … “My name is ___ and the truth about wealth is ___”:

“My name is Valorie Burton and to me, the truth about wealth is that you can have it if you’re willing to learn what it takes to have it and undo your bad habits.” 

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Valorie Burton’s Successful Women’s Academy: https://valorieburton.mykajabi.com/swa 

 

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Kute Blackson: The Magic of Surrender

Kute Blackson: The Magic of Surrender

June 10, 2021

As we welcome our first guest in the Let It Go series, we dispel common myths surrounding the concept of surrender. While we often associate surrendering with being passive, a doormat, and broke, we limit the possibilities of what we could attract and fall into a cycle of limiting beliefs. It’s easy to convince ourselves that surrendering is weak and results in not getting what we want, but what if we surrendered and actually received more?

Today’s guest is a transformational powerhouse who truly believes in the Magic of Surrender.

Kute Blackson is a beloved inspirational speaker and transformational teacher. He is author of the national bestselling book You.Are.The.One. and his newest book, The Magic of Surrender: Finding The Courage To Let Go. Kute is widely considered the next generation leader in the field of personal development and offers a fresh, bold look at spiritual awareness for a whole new generation. 

Kute's mission is simple: To awaken and inspire people across the planet to access inner freedom, live authentically and fulfill their true life’s purpose. 

Key discussion points from this episode include:

  • The Inspiration Behind The Magic Of Surrender - 4:46
  • How To Make Peace With The Past - 14:52
  • Deal With The Grief - 23:50
  • Tune In To Purpose - 27:07
  • Four Questions To Find Your Purpose 33:51
  • Give Up The Need To Know - 38:59
  • Choose To Surrender - 45:27

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The Magic of Surrender Takeaways

  • “In the surrender, life will use you.” - Kute Blackson
  • “Let go of control and be open to something bigger than yourself.” - Kute Blackson
  • “Allow life to live through, move through, create through, and express through you.” - Kute Blackson
  • “What we think we want is only what we think we want based on who we think we are.” - Kute Blackson 
  • “You can’t be selective with surrender.” - Patrice Washignton 
  • “Surrender is simply letting go of control.” - Kute Blackson  
  • “The past is the past and no matter what you do or don’t do, it’s in the past and you can’t change what happened.” - Kute Blackson
  • “The only way we can grow, learn, and evolve is through situationships, relationships, and experiences.” - Kute Blackson
  • “The goal is not perfection. The goal is growth and evolution.” - Kute Blackson
  • “Surrender is a death.” - Kute Blackson 
  • “Not letting go and not grieving is an unconscious way to hold onto someone or something as a way to get a false connection.” - Kute Blackson
  • “Feel your feelings with awareness because all feelings have a cycle.” - Kute Blackson
  • “All feelings will begin to dissolve when felt fully.” - Kute Blackson 
  • “You are not the ego.” - Kute Blackson
  • “I don’t believe in people looking for purpose because purpose is already there.” - Patrice Washington 
  • “The purpose of life is to grow and evolve.” - Kute Blackson
  • “The ego wants to seek and never find.” - Kute Blackson
  • “You don’t have to know what your purpose is in order to live your purpose.” - Kute Blackson
  • “Purpose is revealed to us in the process of living life.” - Kute Blackson
  • “Anyone who developed true wealth focused on solving a pain, problem, or challenge.”  - Kute Blackson
  • “Money is a byproduct of adding value.” - Kute Blackson
  • “The key to surrender is giving up the need to know.” - Kute Blackson
  • “Be led to the next best step.” - Patrice Washington
  • “Be committed to the vision, not attached to how you get there.” - Patrice Washington
  • “We trust Siri more than we trust our souls.” - Kute Blackson
  • “Surrender is the password to greatness, freedom, and the next level.” - Kute Blackson
  • “There comes a moment in our life, where the life we have created for ourselves is too small for what our soul is seeking to become.” - Kute Blackson

 

Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions

And with that, let’s dig into Kute’s responses to our Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions.

Define Success:

“Success is expansion, growth, evolution and learning of the lessons where we are becoming more of our authentic self.”

Define Wealth in 3 Words or Less:

“Being In touch with our soul.”

One Book that Has Redefined How You See Wealth:

The Trick To Money Is Having Some by Stewart Wilde 

Fill-in the Blanks … “My name is ___ and the truth about wealth is ___”:

“My name is Kute Blackson and the truth about wealth is there’s no limits. We don’t live in a universe of scarcity, we live in a universe of abundance. The more you give, the more you receive.”

 

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Let Go Of Last Season

Let Go Of Last Season

June 3, 2021

What do you need to let go of?

There are so many different things in our lives that are keeping us stuck. These things form clutter in our minds, our homes, our relationships, our hearts, our finances and our bodies, and they prevent us from having the clarity we need to walk in our purpose and build wealth.

I see it, not only in my own life, but also in the lives of others, and I’ve noticed that the more I release and let go of things that are from previous seasons, the more I see the possibility in what’s to come. We just have to let go first.

Over the next few weeks, we have an amazing lineup of guests who will be talking about freedom and the power of letting go. In this series, we hope to break the chains of those who carry unnecessary baggage from season to season and put practical steps in place that will help you let go of last season and officially live free.

Key discussion points from this episode include:

  • The Struggle Of Letting Go - 2:42
  • Reasons We Should Let Go - 6:34
  • Think of Life In Seasons - 12:58
  • Know When To Let Go - 14:58
  • What Are You Holding Onto? - 17:21

This episode is brought to you by my new book, Redefine Wealth For Yourself: How To Stop Chasing Money and Finally Live Your Life’s Purpose.

Through stories, principles, and practical exercises based on the Six Pillars of Wealth, this book serves as a guide to take you step by step through the process of creating a life of peace, purpose, and prosperity. If you’re tired of chasing money and ready to pursue your purpose, this holistic guide to wealth is for you. Purchase your copy today at RedefineWealthForYourself.com.

 

Let Go Of Last Season Takeaways

  • “Holding on because something is familiar is not an exercise of faith. It is truly an indication of us just making choices rooted in fear.” - Patrice Washington
  • “As we go from season to season, there are some things that need to be updated.” - Patrice Washington
  • “We hold on to too many things that don’t serve us.” - Patrice Washington
  • “If you aren’t shifting from season to season in your life, you aren’t growing.” - Patrice Washington
  • “One of my superpowers is resilience.” - Patrice Washington
  • “To everything there is a season.” - Patrice Washington
  • “I believe thinking about life in terms of seasons is what gives us the opportunity to make the best of what’s in front of us.” - Patrice Washington
  • “Fight for the gratitude today.” - Patrice Washington
  • “Embrace the season you’re in and know when to let go.” - Patrice Washington
  • “I’m more committed to being the healthiest version of myself, but that doesn’t mean I need to be the tiniest version of myself.” - Patrice Washington
  • “It is okay to let go of last season.” - Patrice Washington
  • “Some things you’re not going to see until you’re released first. That’s faith.” - Patrice Washington
  • “You need to unpack and take some stuff out, and let it go.” - Patrice Washington
  • “I want to be free in my next season.” - Patrice Washington

 

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How to Talk Money with Your Honey

How to Talk Money with Your Honey

May 27, 2021

Are you intimidated by the idea of talking about money?

Conversations around money in marriage can often be intimidating. Even the idea of combining two completely different lifestyles under one roof, carries its own fears and expectations. This is why communication is key to managing money as a couple. Without the collective ability to disclose personal debt accumulations, spending habits, savings goals, and financial fears with each other, you won’t be able to work together to build the financial freedom that you desire as a couple.

In this episode of the Redefining Wealth Podcast, my husband Gerald and I will be sharing some of the money lessons that we’ve learned over the last 13 years of marriage, as well as the steps we’ve taken to help us have intimidating money conversations. There have been so many ups and downs along our journey, but our underlying mission to communicate openly has allowed us to build the life of our dreams while chasing purpose and successfully saving for the future.

Key discussion points from this episode include:

  • How To Have A Collective Conversation About Money - 4:08
  • The Benefits of Weekly Meetings - 7:31
  • How To Initiate The Money Conversation - 11:49
  • Dispelling Money Myths - 13:40
  • Creating A Money Mantra - 16:25
  • Learning Each Other’s Financial Blueprint - 20:00
  • Setting Shared Financial Goals - 29:19
  • Apologizing When Needed - 40:30
  • Celebrating Every Win - 44:06

This episode is sponsored by SmartyPig. SmartyPig is a FREE, FDIC-insured, high-yield savings account that lets you set multiple financial goals and open simple savings accounts with visuals for each goal. SmartyPig accounts are offered through Sallie Mae Bank, a Member of the FDIC, and of course, all thoughts and opinions are my own. To learn more about SmartyPig visit https://www.smartypig.com/.

 

How to Talk Money with Your Honey Takeaways

  • If you’re committed to growing individually and collectively, the outcome will always be positive.” - Gerald Washington
  • “Understanding money reaches back to what we’re taught, and learned and saw.” - Gerald Washington
  • “Money Monday meetings bring clarity, security and comfort.” - Gerald Washington
  • “Family is a business. In order to run it successfully you need meetings to talk about everything so that everyone is on the same page and knows their action items to tackle for the week.” - Gerald Washington
  • “Our family meetings have allowed us to set goals, hit metrics, share responsibilities and support each other.” - Patrice Washington
  • “The biggest thing that people have to learn when married or in a relationship is that I don’t work for you and you don’t work for me. We’re in this together.” - Gerald Washington
  • “We’re classically conditioned as a society to take on these beliefs that are rooted in nothing.” - Gerald Washington
  • “Been there, done that, on the way back.” - Gerald Washington
  • “Men have to look at the entrepreneurial effort of their spouse as equally as they do themselves.” - Gerald Washington
  • “It’s never just about money, it’s always the thoughts and the beliefs that power the actions behind what you do.” - Patrice Washington
  • “Let him love you the way he needs to love you.” - Patrice Washington
  • “I don’t miss whatever the dollar amount was that was spent on the tickets. The only thing that I’m going to go to the grave with is the experience with my family.” - Patrice Washington
  • “I would not live the same quality of life had I just married someone like me.” - Patrice Washington
  • “When you have a shared goal it makes your individual decisions match the outcome of the shared goal.” - Gerald Washington
  • “SmartyPig provides order to everything that we’re doing.” - Gerald Washington
  • “It doesn’t take knowing everything to be successful in money.” - Patrice Washington

 

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Melissa Fredericks: The Grace to Try

Melissa Fredericks: The Grace to Try

May 20, 2021

Have you ever had to pivot prematurely? Are you in a place in life where you’re called to shift? 

 

If you’ve ever battled with imposter syndrome or had to deal with the repercussions of your own perfectionism, you’ve probably assumed that self reflection was the solution to your problems. Unfortunately, self-reflection is not enough when it comes to chasing purpose. 

 

Certain mentalities must be broken before you can truly self reflect, and you first have to give yourself grace to discover who you are, to set boundaries and to figure out what you want out of life. Once you’ve conquered these questions, then you can create a tangible plan that solves your internal issues and places you in position to pivot with purpose. 

 

Today’s guest is a woman of great wisdom who truly understands what it means to give yourself grace. 

 

Melissa Fredericks aka MrsKevOnStage is host of The Love Hour podcast along with her husband, Kevin Fredericks aka KevOnStage. With great humor, apparent love, and relatable insight, these "marriage champions" share their experiences and address various relationship questions and concerns. 

 

Melissa is also the renowned author of the book, Journey to Self-Love, a literal road map to help women find themselves and embrace their inner beauty. She captivates audiences with talk of her personal journey of self-discovery and self-love, while also challenging other women to find themselves, lovingly accept their uniqueness, and realize their beauty and self-worth. 

 

Key discussion points from this episode include:

  • Clearance Section Mentality - 6:19
  • Playing The Background - 8:32
  • Hiding In Order To Be Humble -  15:56
  • Creating Your Own Space - 19:33
  • Give Yourself Grace - 22:10
  • Be Bold & Set Boundaries - 35:00

 

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The Grace to Try Takeaways

 

  • “The way we think about ourselves is a big component of how we manage our finances.” - Melissa Fredericks
  • “I am always willing to sacrifice and show up for others better than I am willing to sacrifice and show up for myself.” - Melissa Fredericks
  • “I am the starring person in my life’s movie.” - Melissa Fredericks
  • “Why minimize what I’m called to do in an effort to elevate what you’re called to do? We both are called.” - Patrice Washington
  • “Humility doesn’t mean shrinking. Humility means standing tall, taking up space, allowing others to take up their space and not making others feel bad about who they are.” - Melissa Fredericks
  • “Unfulfillment is the leading cause of financial mismanagement.” - Patrice Washington
  • “If I’ve done the self work, then I don’t have to be intimidated by your accomplishments. I can applaud you and it takes away nothing from me.” - Melissa Fredericks 
  • “Giving credit to God doesn’t mean that you can’t credit yourself for doing the work.” - Patrice Washington
  • “Churchism causes bondage and harm, but if God said it, we wouldn’t be in bondage. 
  • “God breaks chains, he doesn’t create them.” - Melissa Fredericks
  • “A lot of us grew up saved, love the Lord, are Holy Ghost filled, yet we’re in bondage.” - Melissa Fredericks
  • “There is a sadness that comes when you realize you never considered yourself.” - Melissa Fredericks
  • “Things that come easily and naturally, we discount as ‘the gift’”. - Melissa Fredericks
  • “Give yourself the grace to try.” - Melissa Fredericks
  • “Clarity comes in the doing. The path to success is paved in trial and error.” - Patrice Washington 
  • “I have to make sure that I don’t become a caricature of myself trying to “people please” for others.” - Melissa Fredericks
  • “Always bet on black. It’s okay to bet on yourself.” - Melissa Fredericks 

Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions

 

And with that, let’s dig into Melissa’s responses to our Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions.

 

Define Success:

“I define success as showing up as my authentic self.”

 

Define Wealth in 3 Words or Less:

“Peace. Love. Family.”

 

One Book that Has Redefined How You See Wealth:

The Good Girl’s Guide To Great Sex by Sheila Wray Gregoire 

 

Fill-in the Blanks … “My name is ___ and the truth about wealth is ___”:

“My name is Melissa Fredericks and the truth about wealth is that betting on yourself will take you further than not.”

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DeVon Franklin: It’s Time To Live Free

DeVon Franklin: It’s Time To Live Free

May 13, 2021

Have you ever achieved something and still felt disappointed? Are you addicted to achievement?

When we want more in life and feel like we’re constantly chasing or jumping from one thing to the next, it’s common to be met with disappointment from time to time. Achievement can become a drug that leads us to believe that we have to keep striving in order to be successful. It’s okay to grow and expand, however when we achieve something yet continuously find discontent or disappointment, then we have to take a step back and evaluate the life we want to live.

In his highly anticipated fifth book, LIVE FREE: Exceed Your Highest Expectations, Devon Franklin tackles how we can truly free ourselves from the cycle of disappointment and create a life that is free from expectations.

DeVon Franklin is an award-winning film producer, New York Times bestselling author, and motivational speaker. Known for his multiple bestselling books including THE TRUTH ABOUT MEN, THE SUCCESS COMMANDMENTS, THE WAIT (co-written with his wife, award-winning actress Meagan Good) and PRODUCED BY FAITH, DeVon is also the President and CEO of Franklin Entertainment, a dynamic multimedia entertainment company with a first-look film deal at Paramount Pictures, a second-look film deal at Netflix, and an overall deal at CBS TV Studios.

This book has resulted in so many revelations, downloads, and breakthroughs in my life and I’ve personally broken free from labels, titles, and everything stopping me from becoming who I know I’m purposed to be. We all have unset expectations that are making us miserable, and until we deal with them, there’s no way for us to ever live in the true peace and contentment designed for all of us to Live Free.

Key discussion points from this episode include:

  • The Expectation Revelation - 7:11
  • When Expectations Distort Perspective - 11:28
  • Live Free & Set Boundaries - 17:48
  • Don’t Do It For Culture - 22:05
  • When To Lean Into Living Free - 27:09
  • How To Live In Expectancy - 33:49

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It's Time to Live Free Takeaways

  • “God sees your faith, not through what you say alone, but by how you live.” - DeVon Franklin
  • “So often we don’t realize gradually we’re not really happy or completely content.” - DeVon Franklin
  • “We all have the same problem, but the symptom is expectations.” - DeVon Franklin
  • “Expectations are the secret software that run our lives.” - DeVon Franklin
  • “Chasing achievement creates a persona of perfection.” - DeVon Franklin
  • “Perfection became a prison.” - DeVon Franklin
  • “We create unset expectations about what should happen in life, and as a result when they are unset we actually will never be happy.” - DeVon Franklin
  • “Give yourself credit for who you are and where you are.” - DeVon Franklin
  • “Living free means that you are not under the mental, emotional or physical control of anyone or anything.” - DeVon Franklin
  • “In order to live free we have to self-prioritize.” - DeVon Franklin
  • “We are actually aware of everytime we live outside of truth and freedom.” - DeVon Franklin
  • “There’s a price to pay when we don’t live free.” - DeVon Franklin
  • “Do it for yourself, not for the culture.” - DeVon Franklin
  • “Even if someone is sowing what they have reaped, still leave room for restoration.” - DeVon Franklin
  • “I don’t regret what I said, I regret the tone in which I said it because tone matters.” - Patrice Washington
  • “People of faith put too much on God.” - DeVon Franklin
  • “There’s no victory without vulnerability.” - DeVon Franklin
  • “When we set our expectations and we participate in the process, we serve a God who not only meets those expectations but exceeds them. We don’t serve a God that wants to subsidize or supplement our faith when we don’t actually exercise it.” - DeVon Franklin
  • “Participating gives us the capacity to handle whatever God has already ordained to be released.” - DeVon Franklin
  • “When we have an expectancy with no participation, we will always be disappointed.” - DeVon Franklin
  • “God knows what we’re waiting on when he sees what we’re working on.” - Patrice Washington

 

Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions

And with that, let’s dig into DeVon’s responses to our Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions.

Define Success:

“Peace. If I am peaceful in whatever I’m doing, I am successful.”

Define Wealth in 3 Words or Less:

“Living Free Continuously.”

One Book that Has Redefined How You See Wealth:

The Game Of Life & How To Play It by Florence Scovel Shinn 

Fill-in the Blanks … “My name is ___ and the truth about wealth is ___”:

“My name is Devon Franklin and the truth about wealth is that it’s available to everyone. It’s not about where you come from, it’s not about what your family has or doesn't have. Wealth is available to all of us. The sooner we get into that revelation, the sooner we will receive the wealth available.”

 

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Reagan Washington: Mother’s Day Q&A

Reagan Washington: Mother’s Day Q&A

May 6, 2021

Mother’s Day is right around the corner and this special episode is dedicated to every Mother!   

 

As a parent, it’s normal for us to talk “at” or “to” our kids, but not necessarily talk “with” them. 

Our children are extremely observant and not only do they learn from the lessons we teach them, but they also watch our actions and pull qualities that help them shape their response to situations. Having conversations with our kids is so important and many of them have so many questions regarding how to navigate in this world. 

 

As a mother, it was hard for me to accept that my daughter is an individual being with various thoughts, opinions, emotions and experiences. At the age of 13, she’s experiencing things I never have, and this week, I finally got a chance to sit down with the “Mini Money Maven” herself, to answer some of the questions that she has about life. 

 

To make things fun, we decided that instead of interviewing her, Reagan has the opportunity to ask me anything. From stories about my middle school days, to questions about motherhood and raising a teenager, listen in as my daughter, Reagan Washington, hosts this special episode with a Mother’s Day Q&A. 

 

Reagan’s questions from this episode include:

  • What Is Your Most Memorable Day In Middle School - 4:18
  • What Did I Do As A Child That Frustrates You Or That You Love? - 8:06
  • What Would You Name Me If I was a Boy? - 11:27
  • What Is Your Favorite TV Show As A Kid? - 16:38
  • What’s The Hardest Thing About Raising Children? - 18:48
  • What’s The Funniest Thing I’ve Ever Said Or Did As A Kid? - 22:28
  • Do I have More Of Your Good Qualities or Bad Qualities? - 23:40
  • Which Of My School Friends (Or Their Parents) Did You Dislike The Least? - 31:02

 

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Mother's Day Q&A Takeaways

 

  • “I will never forget the day that I got into a fight on picture day.” - Patrice Washington
  • “Don’t take advantage of people that I love.” - Patrice Washington
  • “One of the hardest lessons in raising my child was accepting that she wasn’t my mini-me.” - Patrice Washington
  • “We’re so different, but we’re also very alike.” - Reagan Washington
  • “We share ideas about things without trying to make them identical.” - Patrice Washington
  • “I want you to be a productive citizen and do what you feel purpurposed to do.” - Patrice Washington
  • “It’s okay to have ‘me-time’.” - Patrice Washington
  • “I’d rather be able to be by myself and be okay, than be annoyed with other people and not really know why or how to control it.” - Reagan Washington
  • “You have a right to your emotions.” - Patrice Washington 
  • “A lot of us spend a lot of time, energy, money, resources and heartache in relationships, friendships and partnerships with people who didn't deserve us.” - Patrice Washington
  • “It’s hard to distance yourself from people that you’ve become close with, but when you do and time has passed and you see that they continue to do the same things that you warned them about, you will feel better because you’re not in that situation and you saved yourself. - Reagan Washington
  • “It’s okay to feel your feelings.” - Patrice Washington
  • “Peer pressure is real. You may not think that things are going to happen in that moment, but no one plans on doing something they’re going to regret.” - Reagan Washington
  • “The hardest thing about being a parent is not being sure if you’re doing it right.” - Patrice Washington
  • “Reagan, you make being a mom one of the best titles that I wear, and I’m very grateful to have you as my kid.” - Patrice Washington

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Rachel Rodgers: We Should All Be Millionaires

Rachel Rodgers: We Should All Be Millionaires

April 29, 2021

Have you become accustomed to old mindsets, limiting beliefs and poor behaviors that no longer serve who you are today? Have you become content making “just enough” to get by?

If you know that you are the person who has achieved a certain level of success, yet you find yourself making decisions from who you actually are today and what you’ve achieved, then We Should All Be Millionaires is the book for you. As we bring our Thoughtful Money Series to a close, I felt that this book is the perfect resource to help you shift into a millionaire mindset and work toward building generational wealth.

Author and Founder of We Should All Be Millionaires: The Club, Rachel Rodgers started her career working on The Hill with nonprofits, federal judges, and Hillary Clinton. Constantly faced with discrimination regarding her race and sex, Rachel recognized the significant wealth gap within black and brown communities and realized that changing the world is easier when you have some cash in your bank account. By shifting her mindset and capacity to hold abundance and wealth, Rachel decided to stop making “just enough” and built a million dollar business that could help others do the same.

Rachel is a woman of color, a mother of four and a seven-figure business owner – in that order. She is the Creator of the Hello Seven Podcast and is known for using her voice to share with the world that We Should All Be Millionaires.

Key discussion points from this episode include:

  • Own Your Truth: The Video That Went Viral - 5:39
  • We Should All Be Millionaires - 8:40
  • When You See My Face, You See Your Face - 14:27
  • Rachel’s Journey With Money - 18:19
  • Pushing Yourself To The Brink - 30:02
  • From Broke Thoughts To Million Dollar Thoughts - 38:07
  • The Formula For Million Dollar Decisions - 51:58

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We Should All Be Millionaires Takeaways

  • “Building wealth is economical and political.” - Rachel Rodgers
  • “It’s not just about the money, it’s about what the money can do for our communities.” - Rachel Rodgers
  • “The more money I’ve made the less I’ve cared about purchasing things that don’t serve my heart cause.” - Patrice Washington
  • “When you see my face, you can see your face.” - Patrice Washington
  • “We believe that when there’s a standard and we clearly don’t fit that standard, we think we can’t do it.” - Rachel Rodgers
  • “Wealth is a journey, it’s not going to happen overnight” - Rachel Rodgers
  • “I was willing to take the long road so that I wouldn’t have to struggle, my children wouldn’t have to struggle and my parents wouldn’t have to struggle.” - Rachel Rodgers
  • “Our results aren’t going to change until our thoughts do.” - Patrice Washington
  • “If I can’t pay for it, I will negotiate for it.” - Rachel Rodgers
  • “My mother can make a dollar out of 15 cents.” - Rachel Rodgers
  • “My idea of a heroine is someone who can make something happen out of nothing.” - Rachel Rodgers
  • “I put myself last always and that’s what led to burnout.” - Rachel Rodgers
  • “I always see everything for myself as basic, broke, the bare minimum and just getting by.” - Rachel Rodgers
  • “Start taking action to tell a different story.” - Rachel Rodgers
  • “Make money a game to recondition your brain - Patrice Washington
  • “Wealth is the condition of wellbeing.” - Patrice Washington
  • “Decide that you are worthy and invest in your dreams. - Rachel Rodgers
  • “Create a new habit of talking to yourself in a different way.” - Rachel Rodgers
  • “Surround yourself with other people who are committed to their own self growth, personal development and wealth building.” - Rachel Rodgers
  • You can curate the squad you desire - Patrice Washington
  • Making “Million Dollar Decisions” are ones that bring you more. A “Broke Ass Decision” is one that takes options away. - Rachel Rodgers
  • “Millionaire Dollar Decisions sometimes in the moment will cost you, but then they give you so much more in the end. Whereas, Broke Ass Decisions might seem like you’ll save so much money, but you lose a lot as well.” - Rachel Rodgers

 

Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions

And with that, let’s dig into Rachel’s responses to our Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions.

Define Success:

“Freedom.”

Define Wealth in 3 Words or Less:

“Time. Joy. Health.”

One Book that Has Redefined How You See Wealth:

On Her Own Ground: The Life and Times of Madam C.J. Walker - A'Lelia Bundles

Fill-in the Blanks … “My name is ___ and the truth about wealth is ___”:

“My name is Rachel Rodgers and to me the truth about wealth is that it needs to be blacker.”

 

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Tanya Van Court: Close the Gap

Tanya Van Court: Close the Gap

April 22, 2021

To show our appreciation for Financial Awareness Month, we continue our “Thoughtful Money Series”. The purpose of this series is to become people who are more thoughtful around conversions that can increase financial literacy and education in our communities.

If we’re going to be better with money, we have to start closing the gap. The statistics regarding money for minorities and women are mind blowing and unless we effect change in our own homes, we will contribute to another poverty stricken generation. We all need to be more thoughtful about who and what we’re investing in. By collectively starting the conversation, we can close the gap in financial education as well as the gap in this wealth generation; and an amazing resource that can help us get there is Goalsetter.

Goalsetter is a family saving, financial literacy and smart spending app that makes it easy for the whole family to go cashless and learn how to be money-smart. Goalsetter is Nickelodeon meets Fintech – it combines the best of Fintech companies like Acorns and CashApp with financial education and gaming that appeals to the whole family. As such, Goalsetter is the first money app for the whole family, giving kids - from cradle to graduation - healthy financial habits that will last a lifetime.

Today we sit down with Tanya Van Court, the Founder and CEO of Goalsetter. Prior to Van Court's role at Goalsetter, Van Court served as senior vice president of partner marketing at Discovery Education, where she launched digital textbooks to schools across the country, as well as Nickelodeon, where she led their digital preschool and parenting businesses, including NickJr.com and Noggin.com. Prior to Nickelodeon, Van Court served as vice president of new media products for ESPN, where she led the launch of ESPN3, and she holds two degrees in engineering from Stanford University, and three degrees in parenting from her children Gabrielle, Hendrix, and Maxwell.

Goalsetter's mission is to get every household in America saving, creating the next generation of savers and investors. To download the Goalsetter App and start the financial conversation with your children, visit: www.goalsetter.co/

Key discussion points from this episode include:

  • Influence The Youth First- 7:55
  • Know Better To Do Better - 12:22
  • Educate The Next Generation - 14:48
  • It Takes Saying No - 18:51
  • Making Decisions - 24:17
  • The Power Of Goalsetter - 27:20
  • Being A Minority in FinTech - 37:49
  • Support Your Community - 42: 42:19

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Close the Gap Takeaways

  • “To bring kids into a thoughtful money conversation, we first have to forgive ourselves. We cannot expect ourselves to be financial experts out of the gate.” - Tanya Van Court
  • “Society has given us tools that benefit companies, but don’t benefit people.” - Tanya Van Court
  • “There is not a kid in America that needs tutelage sending or spending money.” - Tanya Van Court
  • “If you don’t know better, you don’t do better.” - Tanya Van Court
  • “People think that if you don’t know about money, if you lose money, or if you don’t do right about money then you’re stupid. You’re not stupid, you just weren’t taught.” - Tanya Van Court
  • “How can you serve people when you don’t understand people.” - Tanya Van Court
  • “What we really want to give our children is everything that we never had, but not the consumer things, the confidence things.” - Tanya Van Court
  • “We have to teach our children the lessons that the world is never going to teach them.” - Tanya Van Court
  • “If we don’t teach our children how to retain the wealth that we have created and how to grow and preserve it, they will take 3 steps back.” - Tanya Van Court
  • “The entitlement that comes with this ‘participation ribbon’ generation is definitely going to lead us to take several steps back if we don’t do this together.” - Patrice Washington
  • “If we starve the companies then we starve the communities.” - Tanya Van Court
  • “I’m going to love you like a black mother, educate you like an educational technology company and entertain you like one of the biggest brands in our country.” - Tanya Van Court
  • “If we don’t fund black women lead companies, they can’t bring products to market that uniquely serve black and brown constituents and help them close the wealth gap for the next generation.” - Tanya Van Court
  • “We are in a space where technology drives success.” - Tanya Van Court

 

Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions

And with that, let’s dig into Tanya’s responses to our Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions.

Define Success:

“I define success by living your purpose, finding your purpose and walking closer and closer to where you are meant to be every day, every month and every year.”

Define Wealth in 3 Words or Less:

“Being Financial Free.”

One Book that Has Redefined How You See Wealth:

Real Money Answers for Every Woman: How to Win the Money Game With or Without a Man  by Patrice Washington

Fill-in the Blanks … “My name is ___ and the truth about wealth is ___”:

“My name is Tanya Van Court and to me the truth about wealth is we can all achieve it. It is not for one segment of society and only them.”

 

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Melody Wright: Being Broke On Purpose

Melody Wright: Being Broke On Purpose

April 15, 2021

As we continue our Thoughtful Money Series, today’s episode focuses on the dreadful “d-word” we all know and despise: Debt.

Debt is that familiar friend that finds its way into our finances. Some of us blatantly hide our debt from family and friends, while others secretly stash shopping bags and bank statements to avoid money conversations entirely. Regardless, we all tend to not disclose the full truth surrounding our debt and fail to notice when lack of discipline turns on us in our finances.

Our guest this week is here to help us move past the disorganization and confusion that is our current financial state and help us put the PERSONAL back into personal finances. She understands that a financial plan isn't one size fits all, and believes that we all have the ability to live our OWN version of a Rich Life.

Melody Wright is a trained Ph.D. scientist that left the bench behind to become a Financial Empowerment Coach, Certified Financial Education Instructor, Speaker, and personal finance Author. While she's always had a passion for science, she has an even bigger passion for helping people create a better life through financial education and traded in her safety goggles and pipettes for debt repayment calculators and spreadsheets.

When faced with $212K of debt that didn't include their mortgage, she used the analytical skills learned from her time in science to develop a framework that helped her family pay off over $100,000 in debt in less than three years. Now she's living her version of a Rich Life and through bold conversations, coaching, and the creation of strategic money management systems, she has helped thousands of people stop being Aimlessly Broke™ and transform their mindset, behaviors, and practices related to money. Melody has been featured on the Rachael Ray Show, named a new money expert by Glamour Magazine, and has appeared on Grow -CNBC and several podcasts.

Key discussion points from this episode include:

  • Command The Stage - 04:16
  • The 7 Stages Of Grief For Finances - 8:22
  • Aimlessly Broke vs. Broke On Purpose - 15:22
  • Navigating Money Conversations & Relationships - 17:19
  • Pivot Your Financial Goals - 24:13
  • Create A Space For Financial Success - 29:58
  • Let Go Of Control - 34:37
  • It’s Your Turn - 41:01

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Being Broke On Purpose Takeaways

  • “If I’m going to be broke, I want it to be on my own terms. - Melody Wright
  • “Aimlessly broke means that you are broke for no reason, but when you’re broke on purpose, you’re broke, but the reason why you’re broke is because you have a plan and a purpose behind how you’re going to spend your money.” - Melody Wright
  • “Sometimes people will want your results, but not necessarily want the sacrifice.” - Patrice Washington
  • “You can’t look at someone and compare your journey to theirs.” - Melody Wright
  • “Be thoughtful about one goal that you can really attach yourself to and focus on it.” - Melody Wright
  • “Being aimlessly broke means you have a lack of goals or vision for your finances.” - Melody Wright
  • “By working hard in the beginning, we give ourselves an option to slow down later.” - Melody Wright
  • “Even paying off debt can be a form of chasing money.” - Patrice Washington
  • “I believe in investing in the things that bring me joy, but I have to learn how to do it in moderation.” - Patrice Washington
  • “You have to live a life with balance.” - Melody Wright
  • “Recognize the things that bring you joy and create that balance in your life.” - Melody Wright
  • “I will do what God asks me to do because I realize what reward looks like when I am obedient.” - Melody Wright
  • “Everything is aligned for a reason.” - Melody Wright
  • No matter who you are and what you’ve achieved, many of us only feel as good as the last thing we’ve achieved.” - Patrice Washington
  • “We have the capacity to do so much if we just have the knowledge and apply what we learn to our finances.” - Melody Wright

 

Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions

And with that, let’s dig into Melody’s responses to our Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions.

Define Success:

“Success looks like trying something new every single day and chasing failure. If you catch failure, you might actually get to that success.”

Define Wealth in 3 Words or Less:

“Living Life Happily.”

One Book that Has Redefined How You See Wealth:

The Latte Factor: Why You Don't Have to Be Rich to Live Rich by David Bach

Fill-in the Blanks … “My name is ___ and the truth about wealth is ___”:

“My name is Melody Wright and the truth about wealth is that it’s not what everybody makes it to be. Wealth is being able to live a life where you have the option to choose what you want to do instead of your financial situation telling you what you have to do.”

 

Follow Melody:

Instagram: @brokeonpurpose
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Twitter: @brokeonpurpose
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