Redefining Wealth – what does it mean to you?

“Wealth isn’t something to hold onto, it’s something that flows through us.” It was the one phrase that the trainer shared during a 4-day course that landed for me so clearly. In today’s society, if you were to take a poll of how most people would define wealth, it would most likely align with the […]

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When Money and Quantum Physics Collide

Lately, I’ve been drawn to a field of study called quantum physics, which is essentially all about how we create our experience and everything in our lives. Now before you go thinking I’ve lost my mind (I can hear you now saying to yourself “she’s a financial expert not a scientist, right???”), bear with me […]

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The Connection between Financial Health and Abundance

There’s an amazing conversation going on in our world about how to attract and invite abundance into our lives – have you heard about it yet? Sadly, my experience tells me that most people want amazing amounts of abundance in their lives, yet they are not in the place financially speaking to powerfully attract abundance […]

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5 Steps to Developing a Financial Plan that Works For Your Life

Many people that I meet know that a savings and spending plan that intentionally, authentically, and proactively manages their money is in their best interest. Yet, somehow it doesn’t get created and they’re left living a life where they’re still not quite sure where the money is going. There are several reasons for why people […]

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Excerpt from “A New Relationship With Money” (by Kerry Cudmore)

About the Author: Kerry Cudmore is a professional certified life and business coach, empowerment trainer, firewalking instructor, and author who has made a lifetime study of human expression. She creates and teaches methods that make complex concepts easy to understand and master so that clients and class participants can create joyful, prosperous, and fulfilling lives […]

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How to Assess and Improve Your Level of Financial Health

When I first started working as a financial coach, many people would mistake me for a financial advisor or financial planner. They thought I was someone who would help them learn how to invest their money for retirement. And while financial advisors and financial planners are dear colleagues of mine and are very talented professionals, […]

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My “Top Ten List”: Money Management and Personal Development Books

As an avid reader, I am continually sharing my favorite books with friends, family, and clients alike. As I relax into some good books myself this week while on vacation, I thought I’d share some of my favorite books with you on the topic of money and self-development. (Note: the books below aren’t in any […]

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Facing Your Financial Fears

Just the other day, one of life’s lovely ironies came and sat in my lap. Want to know what it was? I came down with a pretty decent case of what I like to affectionately call the “financial grungies.” Pretty ironic given that I teach money management and proactive finances for a living, right? So […]

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How to Inspire Honest & Authentic Money Conversations in Your Relationship

As I concluded a program recently with an amazing couple, it reminded me just how much can be at stake when you’ve got 2 people (and sometimes more if children are involved) in a money conversation. Most people aren’t necessarily familiar with what it is that gets in the way of having effective money conversations […]

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Distinguishing Net Worth from Self-Worth

You are NOT the balance in your bank account. You are NOT how much money you earn. You are NOT your debt balances. On a regular basis, I work with clients to support them in learning a scientific approach to money management which includes systemizing their use of cash flow to maximize the amount of […]

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5 Steps to Build Financial Stability in Your Business and Your Life

MONEY – it’s a word that strikes fear in the hearts of many, however it doesn’t have to be that way! Even worse than the word money is the word BUDGET. That’s like the swear word of money. I prefer “savings and spending plan” – it feels like money is flowing vs. being restricted. In […]

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