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It’s not about the money is for women in business who know they want to make more money whilst holding onto more money and growing an abundance of wealth. You're tired of overgiving, undercharging and being stuck in a scarcity money mindset. You know you have it in you, you just need financial confidence and an abundant mindset. You're excited and ready to learn what it takes to make more money, invest and step into wealth. Hosted by Catherine Morgan, Author, Award-winning Financial Wellbeing Speaker, Financial Coach and Trauma-informed coach. You'll learn the steps to create more wealth, grow your business, and have a better relationship with money. This is the show for you to feel good with money and to explore the meaning beyond wealth. This podcast is the one to listen to if you're a female entrepreneur. ‘Formerly the In Her Financial Shoes Podcast.’

It's Not About The Money Catherine Morgan

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It’s not about the money is for women in business who know they want to make more money whilst holding onto more money and growing an abundance of wealth. You're tired of overgiving, undercharging and being stuck in a scarcity money mindset. You know you have it in you, you just need financial confidence and an abundant mindset. You're excited and ready to learn what it takes to make more money, invest and step into wealth. Hosted by Catherine Morgan, Author, Award-winning Financial Wellbeing Speaker, Financial Coach and Trauma-informed coach. You'll learn the steps to create more wealth, grow your business, and have a better relationship with money. This is the show for you to feel good with money and to explore the meaning beyond wealth. This podcast is the one to listen to if you're a female entrepreneur. ‘Formerly the In Her Financial Shoes Podcast.’

    How to bring feminine energy to your finances

    How to bring feminine energy to your finances

    In this conversation, I discuss the impact of masculine energy on our financial lives and how to bring more feminine energy into our approach to money.

    I explore the language and behaviour associated with money, highlighting the underlying feelings of safety, hard work, and control.

    I emphasize the importance of balancing masculine and feminine energy and releasing the need to control.

    I encourage allowing and receiving, as well as expressing and feeling emotions related to money.

    I also discuss the dance between giving and receiving and the healing of our relationship with money.


    Takeaways
    Language and behaviour around money often reflect underlying feelings of safety, hard work, and control.
    Balancing masculine and feminine energy is important for a healthy approach to money.
    Releasing the need to control and practising allowing and receiving can lead to a more abundant financial life.
    Acknowledging and healing emotions related to money is crucial for a healthy relationship with money.
     
    Chapters


    00:00 Introduction
    00:59 Language and Behavior
    03:57 Perceptions of Safety
    04:27 The Masculine Way of Managing Money
    05:23 Feminine and Masculine Energy
    06:18 Balancing Masculine and Feminine Energy
    07:12 Releasing the Need to Control
    08:08 Bringing in Feminine Behaviors
    09:04 Allowing and Receiving
    10:55 The Dance Between Giving and Receiving
    12:25 Healing the Relationship with Money
    13:56 Expressing and Feeling Emotions
    16:21 Understanding Contrasting Energies
     
    Resources: Get my FREE book ‘It’s Not About The Money’
    Take the Money StoryTypes® Quiz
    Join Catherine’s FREE Facebook Group ‘Wealthy Woman Community’
    Catherine’s YouTube Channel
    Connect with Catherine on Instagram 
    Connect with Catherine on Facebook
    Leave your thoughts on our podcast episodes here
    Details for The Enrichment Method™ can be found here

    Click here for information on the Wealth Awakening Retreat  
    Podcast episode: How to stand in your feminine power 

     
     
     

    • 19 min
    Making the leap from corporate to self employed

    Making the leap from corporate to self employed

    In this episode, Catherine shares her journey of transitioning from a secure full-time job to running three successful businesses. She provides insights and tips on how to make the leap from corporate to self-employed. Catherine emphasizes the importance of exposing oneself to successful self-employed individuals and surrounding oneself with supportive communities. She also highlights the need for financial stability and multiple income streams during the transition. Catherine encourages reframing the current job, setting clear outcomes and timeframes, and staying connected to one's purpose and vision.

    Takeaways:

    Expose yourself to successful self-employed individuals and engage with their content to gain motivation and inspiration.
    Create a financial cushion or have multiple income streams to provide stability during the transition to self-employment.
    Focus on basic legalities and business setup, such as purchasing domains, creating contracts, and setting up email marketing systems.
    Stay connected to your purpose and vision, and set clear outcomes and timeframes to stay motivated and focused.
    Surround yourself with supportive communities and seek mentorship and guidance to fast-track your journey.

    Chapters:

    00:00 Introduction: Making the Leap from Corporate to Self-Employed
    01:03 Challenges of Transitioning to Self-Employment
    04:25 Reaching the Tipping Point
    05:23 Personal Challenges and Motivation for Transition
    06:17 Struggles as a Working Mother
    07:43 Transitioning to Self-Employment
    08:39 Financial Stability and Multiple Income Streams
    10:08 Building a Coaching Practice
    13:26 Importance of Retreats and Masterminds
    16:24 Launching a Membership and Scaling the Business
    19:30 Motivation and Opportunity Cost
    21:53 Creating a Financial Cushion
    23:21 Legalities and Basic Business Setup
    26:12 Purpose and Vision
    27:11 Setting Clear Outcomes and Timeframes
    29:17 Conclusion and Call to Action

    Resources:
    Get my FREE book ‘It’s Not About The Money’
    Take the Money StoryTypes® Quiz
    Join Catherine’s FREE Facebook Group ‘Wealthy Woman Community’
    Catherine’s YouTube Channel
    Connect with Catherine on Instagram 
    Connect with Catherine on Facebook
    Leave your thoughts on our podcast episodes here
    Details for The Enrichment Method™ can be found here

    Book recommendation: Key person of influence Daniel Priestley

    Click here for information on the Wealth Awakening Retreat  

    • 31 min
    The best way to plan your finances if you have adult ADHD

    The best way to plan your finances if you have adult ADHD

    In this episode of ‘It’s Not About the Money’ (formerly ‘In Her Financial Shoes’) I discuss game-changing money management tips for adults with ADHD. I explain why traditional money advice may not work for individuals with ADHD and offer practical tips to overcome challenges. The tips include creating mini-milestones, using visual cues, trying different money management tools, reframing language, taking action and making choices, eliminating triggers, celebrating financial milestones, automating financial tasks, reframing impulsivity as a superpower, keeping finances simple, focusing on short-term goals, achieving quick wins, giving money a purpose, gamifying finances, and learning to say no.

    Chapters
    00:00 Introduction and ADHD Money Management Challenges
    01:26 Tip 1: Creating Mini Milestones
    08:09 Tip 3: Trying Different Money Management Tools
    10:35 Tip 4: Reframing Language
    12:33 Tip 5: Taking Action and Making Choices
    13:32 Tip 6: Eliminating Triggers
    19:16 Tip 8: Automating Financial Tasks
    21:40 Tip 9: Reframing Impulsivity as a Superpower
    24:01 Tip 10: Keeping Finances Simple
    25:58 Tip 11: Focusing on Short-Term Goals
    26:56 Tip 12: Achieving Quick Wins
    27:23 Tip 13: Giving Money a Purpose
    29:39 Tip 14: Gamifying Finances
    30:34 Tip 15: Learning to Say No


    Resources: Get my FREE book ‘It’s Not About The Money’
    Take the Money StoryTypes® Quiz
    Join Catherine’s FREE Facebook Group ‘Wealthy Woman Community’
    Catherine’s YouTube Channel
    Connect with Catherine on Instagram 
    Connect with Catherine on Facebook
    Leave your thoughts on our podcast episodes here
    Details for The Enrichment Method™ can be found here

    • 34 min
    How Inherited Family Trauma Can Impact Your Financial Success

    How Inherited Family Trauma Can Impact Your Financial Success

    In this episode of ‘It’s Not About the Money’ (formerly ‘In Her Financial Shoes’)  I explore the concept of inherited family trauma and its impact on financial success. I explain how our thoughts, feelings, and behaviours around money are formed before we are even born, influenced by the traumas and experiences of our parents and grandparents. 
    I share my journey of discovering somatics and how it has transformed my life. I discuss the signs and patterns of inherited family trauma, the reasons why some people suffer from it, and the importance of healing and creating positive experiences to overcome these traumas.

    Key Takeaways:

    Inherited family traumas can impact our financial success, as our thoughts, feelings, and behaviours around money are formed before we are born. Signs of inherited family trauma include repeated events or failures at the same age, language and beliefs passed down through generations, and emotional and behavioural patterns. People suffer from inherited family trauma when the traumas are not resolved or talked about, leading to incomplete healing. Healing inherited family trauma involves creating positive experiences, practising self-love and receiving support, and detaching from outcomes. Self-compassion is essential when exploring and healing inherited family trauma.
    Chapters

    00:00 Introduction to Inherited Family Trauma

    00:57 The Impact of Inherited Family Trauma on Financial Success

    03:20 Understanding Inherited Family Trauma

    06:35 Signs and Patterns of Inherited Family Trauma

    11:44 Why Some People Suffer from Inherited Family Trauma

    12:39 Healing Inherited Family Trauma

    19:40 Creating Positive Experiences to Heal Inherited Family Trauma

    22:32 Conclusion and Self-Compassion

    Resources:
    Get my FREE book 'It's Not About The Money'
    Take the Money StoryTypes® Quiz
    Join Catherine’s FREE Facebook Group 'Wealthy Woman Community'
    Catherine’s YouTube Channel
    Connect with Catherine on Instagram 
    Connect with Catherine on Facebook
    Leave your thoughts on our podcast episodes here
    Details for The Enrichment Method™ can be found here
     
     

    • 24 min
    Where to Start With Putting Money Aside in Business

    Where to Start With Putting Money Aside in Business

    In this episode of ‘It’s Not About the Money’ (formerly ‘In Her Financial Shoes’) I discuss where to start with putting money aside in your business. 
    I focus on five critical money pots that every business owner should consider: expenses, profit payouts, tax and VAT, cash reserves, and investments. I also discuss the importance of accurately predicting expenses for growth, paying yourself first, setting aside money for tax and VAT, maintaining cash reserves, and exploring tax-efficient investments. By addressing these areas, business owners can improve their financial stability, increase personal wealth, and make better financial decisions.
     
    Key Takeaways
    Accurately predict expenses for growth in your business. Pay yourself first to prioritise savings and increase personal wealth. Set aside money for tax and VAT to avoid financial surprises. Maintain cash reserves to ensure financial stability. Explore tax-efficient investments to grow business assets.  
    Chapters
    00:00 Introduction
    01:27 Expenses
    08:07 Profit Payouts
    16:19 Tax and VAT
    18:46 Cash Reserves
    23:06 Investments
    27:36 Summary
     

    • 30 min
    What to do When You Have a Fear of Asking to be Paid

    What to do When You Have a Fear of Asking to be Paid

    In this episode on the ‘It’s Not About the Money' podcast (formerly 'In Her Financial Shoes’), I explore the fear of asking to be paid and its impact on financial success.  I share stories of clients who have overcome this fear and achieved significant financial results. 
    I emphasise that selling is not about the individual but about helping clients see the certainty in their offers. I discuss the fear of rejection and judgement and encourage you to shift your mindset around the word 'no.' I also highlight the importance of creating certainty in sales and provide tips for effective sales conversations.
    Key Takeaways
    The fear of asking to be paid can hinder financial success and client attraction. Selling is not about the individual but about helping clients see the certainty in their offers. The fear of rejection and judgement can hold individuals back from asking to be paid. The word 'no' can be a gift and an opportunity for another client to say yes. Creating certainty in sales and listening to clients are key to successful selling. Making it easy for clients to buy and closing financial loops are important for financial success. Repricing and consistency can help improve financial outcomes. Financial success has a ripple effect and can lead to greater impact. Chapters
    00:00 Introduction: Fear of Asking to be Paid
    01:28 The Impact of Fear on Financial Success
    03:20 Understanding the Fear of Selling
    04:49 Fear of Rejection and Judgment
    06:39 The Power of Saying No
    08:20 Creating Certainty in Sales
    09:44 Listening and Asking Questions in Sales
    10:38 Making it Easy for Clients to Buy
    12:30 Closing Financial Loops
    14:26 Repricing and Consistency
    15:24 The Ripple Effect of Financial Success
    15:53 Conclusion: Stand in Your Power
     

    • 17 min

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