Financial Therapist, Mamapreneur, Founder of Art of Money year-long program & Author of The Art of Money book.
Money stories and trauma support with Kimberly Ann Johnson
Tuning into our bodies is a life-saving, life-giving practice.
Our bodies have precious wisdom to share with us, but in a culture that teaches us to ignore those messages, how do we get back to our bodies and learn to listen to the insight that they have to share with us?
In the latest installment of my Money Memoirs series, I had the opportunity to interview Kimberly Ann Johnson, a Somatic Experiencing™ Practitioner, educator, and author who helps women heal their trauma, connect with their bodies, and awaken to their own innate power to start living life on their own terms.
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Why you want a Health Insurance Advocate on your money support team
Today, I have the pleasure of introducing you to Wendy Allegaert, a Health Insurance Advocate who specializes in Medicare. She loves to study all things insurance, so you can ask her about Obama Care, the positives changes the Biden administration has already put into place or meet with her to brainstorm health insurance strategies.
Wendy has also been an Art of Money student since 2015 and has done her own courageously beautiful money work over the years. Our interview will start with her sharing some of her experiences with the Art of Money program and community -- she is currently in two accountability groups -- and what has positively changed in her own money journey over the years.
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Pricing Your Services with Jacquette Timmons
In today's Art of Money podcast interview, Bari interviews Jacquette Timmons on how to price your services.
Jacquette M. Timmons is a financial behaviorist committed to getting you to see that you don't manage money — you manage your choices around money. She's the author of Financial Intimacy: How to Create a Healthy Relationship with Your Money and Your Mate and the creator of The Comfort Circle™ dinner series, where she hosts discussions about money, business, and life over food and wine. When she's not providing behavioral-based financial coaching, she's traveling the country for speaking engagements to talk about the intersection of emotions and money. Her work has been featured on "Good Morning America," Oprah.com, CNN, HLN, FOX, Black Enterprise, NPR, Wall Street Journal and Family Circle.
What Money Legacy Will You Leave Behind?
Here we are, at our last Money Mocha for this year, and this one’s a tender one. It’s about legacies…money legacies. Those we’ve inherited from others and those we’ll leave behind for others to inherit from us.
I often tell people that money touches every part of our lives. Every. Part. The way we relate to money even affects other people’s lives long after we’ll leave this Earth for the great journey beyond.
Not many people think about what money legacies they’ve picked up from their parents or other relatives that were around when we were growing up. And fewer people think about what money legacies they’ll leave for others to pick up.
But today…we’re going to put it on the table. Something deeper and more meaningful than what you’re probably used to thinking about when it comes to personal finance.
I’m going to tell you the story about the time my father had a stroke and I went to be with him in the hospital…and all that I learned in my time with him about money legacies.
Transcript + More Here: baritessler.com/68
How To Find Freedom In Your Deeper Money Patterns
I hope the last mocha brought you in touch with something in your relationship with money that’s a bit deeper than the typical “save 20% of what you earn and build up your 401k” kind of advice that tends to get attention in the personal finance world.
It’s not that I disagree with advice like that. Its just…there is SO MUCH more to creating a healthy relationship with money than the “spend less than you make” type of mainstream sound bites.
To be honest, while advice like that is helpful for things on the surface level (that tiny tip of the iceberg that sits above the water), the real work that creates lasting, profound transformations happens in the deeper levels of our psyche. Those quiet levels below the surface that are sometimes hard to get down to, and hard to put to words once you get down there.
That’s what today’s Money Mocha is about. Are you ready to do a little interior spelunking and see what might actually be going on under the surface of your money life?
Transcript + More Here: http://baritessler.com/67
Overcome Small Biz Cashflow Challenges + Pandemic Support
Today’s Money Mocha is a portion of a much longer conversation I had with Amy Bradbury, who is a profitability powerhouse, financial strategist, and QuickBooks guru who helps entrepreneurs with cash flow, systems, and business models.
Amy discusses the number one perspective shift she guides entrepreneurs through who are working on trying to figure out how much money their business needs to operate well enough to give them the level of lifestyle they need it to.
Her tools line right up with a foundational part of my Art of Money methodology but are applied in the realm of one’s business.
More Here: http://baritessler.com/66
What can I say? Bari is someone who is so lovely you can’t decide if you want her to be your therapist, your best friend, your mom or your money coach! I have gained lots of wisdom from listening to her stories and interviews. Wonderful and inspiring show.
Outstanding information…Incredible Production!
A great approach to money but as a fellow podcast I love the quality work they put into the show. Great information wrapped in well done editing and production.
Clarity, empathy, and encouragement in my money journey
My personal money journey has been and continues to be greatly supported by the work of Bari and The Art of Money. This podcast is no exception.
Thank you so much Bari and Forest for creating this!