141 episodes

Divorce produces more stress for women than any other life event except for the death of a spouse. Even at the best of times, financial confidence may seem out of reach. It requires diligence and a deep understanding of your finances. For many of us that is a difficult, sometimes impossible task. We live in a complicated world. It’s not just a matter of income coming in and expenses going out.

Having access to knowledge and sound information can provide you with the confidence to face those decisions from a place of clarity. Knowing where you are at today and what you need to do moving forward can allow you to be more confident through this difficult transition.

Join us for practical financial knowledge, tools and inspiration to help you confidently move forward to your new destiny.

Divorce Conversations for Women Rhonda Noordyk, CFEI, CDFA® | The Women’s Financial Wellness Center

    • Kids & Family
    • 4.9 • 21 Ratings

Divorce produces more stress for women than any other life event except for the death of a spouse. Even at the best of times, financial confidence may seem out of reach. It requires diligence and a deep understanding of your finances. For many of us that is a difficult, sometimes impossible task. We live in a complicated world. It’s not just a matter of income coming in and expenses going out.

Having access to knowledge and sound information can provide you with the confidence to face those decisions from a place of clarity. Knowing where you are at today and what you need to do moving forward can allow you to be more confident through this difficult transition.

Join us for practical financial knowledge, tools and inspiration to help you confidently move forward to your new destiny.

    140: Land the Job you Want with Nikky Ryberg

    140: Land the Job you Want with Nikky Ryberg

    Are you re-entering the job market - or wanting to uplevel your current position? Rhonda and Career Coach Nikki Ryberg talk about ways to maximize this current climate. Nikki offers suggestions on ways to get creative as you transition, and shares her advice on how to land the job you really want. Be sure to check out Nikki’s website below to access her free course.



    About today’s guest:
     
    After 15+ years in HR leadership roles, Nikki Ryberg transitioned to become a Career Coach and Resume Writer. Nikki helps clients all over the US and Canada figure out what they want to do for a job or career and then how to best go about getting it, with a focus on search materials and mock interviews.



    Connect with Nikki on LinkedIn and visit her website to access her free course!




    Your host is Rhonda Noordyk, CFEI, CDFA®, CEO of The Women’s Financial Wellness Center
     
    Rhonda has dedicated her career to being an advocate for women and educating them on how financial strategies can impact their personal and professional success. Her work has shown women going through a divorce how to have a voice, be assertive, get results, be driven, and move forward with confidence. 
     
    For Rhonda and her company, the Women’s Financial Wellness Center, helping women isn’t just about running the numbers. It’s about asking the right questions, demystifying myths and biases around finances, and helping women walk in their power. Rhonda is passionate about helping her clients navigate a broken system and level the playing field so they can achieve success—pre, during, and post-divorce. 
     
    Click HERE for a 30 minute Discovery Call
     
    Click HERE for our Divorce Planning Course

    • 33 min
    Episode 139: Balance IS possible with Cheree Sauer

    Episode 139: Balance IS possible with Cheree Sauer

    Rhonda and Cheree talk openly about life as a busy Mom - whether you’re running your own business, or just managing your household, you CAN find balance. The key is to shift your perspective, know yourself, and take some time to think about what you value most. If you’re feeling stressed and overwhelmed, (and who isn’t these days?) this episode will offer practical tips to make some changes. 
     
    About today’s guest:
     
    Cheree Sauer is a Life and Mindset Coach for Momprenreneurs and has her own podcast, The Balanced Mompreneur. Her company, Heartfelt Mamas helps mompreneurs go from surviving to thriving in life, business and faith.
     
    Her story; her words: 
     
    For 15 years, I was an Athletic Trainer with a Master's Degree in Sports Medicine where I helped athletes prevent and overcome injury and burnout. After having children, I found myself burnt-out from a demanding job and travel schedule. I took a leap of faith, quit my job and
    became a stay at home. 
     
    After 4 months of being a stay at home mom, I was depressed, resentful of my kids and hated my life. I had become reactive to my circumstances and realized I didn't know who I was or what I wanted out of life. I knew God had more for me, so I dug into my faith and decided to no longer be a victim to my circumstances.I started my company, Heartfelt Mamas, as a self-care gift box company to encourage moms to take care of themselves but after 3 years, I realized the real issue was in their mindset and their subconscious beliefs. From my previous professional background, I knew I had a gift to help people see the real root cause of their problems whether in their body, their mindset or their relationships. Now, I help high-achieving,
    faith-based moms find and work through the root cause of their burnout.



    My podcast is for high-achieving moms who want to pursue their passions while being present for their families.
     
    Connect with Cheree:
     
    Website
     
    Facebook
     
    Instagram




    Your host is Rhonda Noordyk, CFEI, CDFA®, CEO of The Women’s Financial Wellness Center
     
    Rhonda has dedicated her career to being an advocate for women and educating them on how financial strategies can impact their personal and professional success. Her work has shown women going through a divorce how to have a voice, be assertive, get results, be driven, and move forward with confidence. 
     
    For Rhonda and her company, the Women’s Financial Wellness Center, helping women isn’t just about running the numbers. It’s about asking the right questions, demystifying myths and biases around finances, and helping women walk in their power. Rhonda is passionate about helping her clients navigate a broken system and level the playing field so they can achieve success—pre, during, and post-divorce. 
     
    Click HERE for a 30 minute Discovery Call
     
    Click HERE for our Divorce Planning Course

    • 34 min
    Episode 138: Military Divorce with Attorney Robert Taylor

    Episode 138: Military Divorce with Attorney Robert Taylor

    Today’s conversation is a first for us! Rhonda and Attorney Robert Taylor sit down to discuss what divorce looks like if you or your spouse serves in the military. Finding an attorney who specializes in this area is key as you navigate the rules and regulations of being a military couple. They tackle the topics:
     
    Where should you get divorced? Housing and retirement Benefits  
    If you are in the military or married to someone who is, and contemplating divorce, this is a must listen episode!
     
    About today’s guest:
     
    Taylor Law & Mediation was started by attorney and mediator Robert J. Taylor in Mountain Home, Idaho, in 2013. The firm expanded to Boise, Idaho, in 2020 and offers the same quality service in both locations. 
     
    By focusing on mediation as a primary option and not a court of last resort, Taylor Law & Mediation provides a low-cost alternative to traditional litigation. Mediation is less expensive than litigation; it is often quicker and puts the participants in control of the final outcome, not a judge. Mediation not only puts people in control of their case, but it also makes the law accessible to people in a very real way that is often overlooked or ignored. 
    In addition to practicing law, Robert also serves as an engineer officer in the Idaho Army National Guard. Prior to commissioning in 2008, he spent six years as a paralegal specialist for the Idaho Army National Guard.
     
    Connect with Robert:
     
    Taylor Law and Mediation



    Your host is Rhonda Noordyk, CFEI, CDFA®, CEO of The Women’s Financial Wellness Center
    Rhonda has dedicated her career to being an advocate for women and educating them on how financial strategies can impact their personal and professional success. Her work has shown women going through a divorce how to have a voice, be assertive, get results, be driven, and move forward with confidence. 
    For Rhonda and her company, the Women’s Financial Wellness Center, helping women isn’t just about running the numbers. It’s about asking the right questions, demystifying myths and biases around finances, and helping women walk in their power. Rhonda is passionate about helping her clients navigate a broken system and level the playing field so they can achieve success—pre, during, and post-divorce. 
     
    Click HERE for a 30 minute Discovery Call
     
    Click HERE for our Divorce Planning Course

    • 32 min
    Episode 137: Coercive Control with Christine Cocchiola

    Episode 137: Coercive Control with Christine Cocchiola

    Rhonda’s guest today is Christine Cocchiola, Coercive Control Advocate, Educator, Researcher, & Survivor.
     
    Rhonda and Christine tackle the difficult topic of Coercive Control - what it is, and how it affects you and your children. There are many forms of abuse, including in your finances. Christine offers practical tactics and strategies to keep you safe and supported. 
     
    About today’s guest: 
     
    Christine Cocchiola is a college educator and clinician in social work. She is an advocate for protective parents leaving an abusive relationship and/or trying to parent children who
    have grown up in the family dynamics of a coercive controller. Christine is a researcher of post separation abuse experiences of adult and child victims and currently obtaining her PHD at New York University.



    Ways to connect with Christine and access her resources:
     
    Website
     
    Instagram



    Your host is Rhonda Noordyk, CFEI, CDFA®, CEO of The Women’s Financial Wellness Center
     
    Rhonda has dedicated her career to being an advocate for women and educating them on how financial strategies can impact their personal and professional success. Her work has shown women going through a divorce how to have a voice, be assertive, get results, be driven, and move forward with confidence. 
     
    For Rhonda and her company, the Women’s Financial Wellness Center, helping women isn’t just about running the numbers. It’s about asking the right questions, demystifying myths and biases around finances, and helping women walk in their power. Rhonda is passionate about helping her clients navigate a broken system and level the playing field so they can achieve success—pre, during, and post-divorce. 
     
    Click HERE for a 30 minute Discovery Call!

    • 33 min
    Episode 136: Contemplating Mediation? What you need to know.

    Episode 136: Contemplating Mediation? What you need to know.

    Are you wondering if mediation is right for you? Rhonda and Alison discuss the questions to ask yourself, your spouse, and your potential mediator before moving forward.   
    Mediation can be a great option but it’s important to know how the process works to know if it’s right for you and your family. 



    About today’s guest:
     
    Family means everything to Alison, which is why she has dedicated herself to peacemaking in divorce and helping families restructure in the most amicable way possible.
     
    Alison is a family mediator and attorney who enjoys working with clients, learning about their children and financial goals, and counseling them on their options so they can make informed decisions that are right for them and for their families.
     
    She has written articles on the benefits of mediation and collaborative divorce for families, including on how these processes improve the mental health of children in divorce.
     
    Alison is  an executive committee member of the Los Angeles County Bar Association's Family Law Section and also a board member of the South Bay Bar Association (SBBA) and co-chair of the SBBA’s Family Law Section.
     
    Connect with Alison:
     
    Website
     
    Instagram




    Your host is Rhonda Noordyk, CFEI, CDFA®, CEO of The Women’s Financial Wellness Center
     
    Rhonda has dedicated her career to being an advocate for women and educating them on how financial strategies can impact their personal and professional success. Her work has shown women going through a divorce how to have a voice, be assertive, get results, be driven, and move forward with confidence. 
     
    For Rhonda and her company, the Women’s Financial Wellness Center, helping women isn’t just about running the numbers. It’s about asking the right questions, demystifying myths and biases around finances, and helping women walk in their power. Rhonda is passionate about helping her clients navigate a broken system and level the playing field so they can achieve success—pre, during, and post-divorce. 
     
    Click HERE for a 30 minute Discovery Call!

    • 34 min
    Episode 135: Addiction is a Family Disease

    Episode 135: Addiction is a Family Disease

    Rhonda sits down with Family Recovery Coach Lisa Smith to discuss how addiction affects the entire family. Lisa offers some practical ways to establish your own personal values and set healthy boundaries. Start by asking yourself, “What do I need right now?”   About today’s guest: Lisa Smith is a Certified Family Recovery Coach & Educator. She has lived experience with addiction in her own family and went in search for answers and a better way to connect, move forward and have influence when the resources being given to her were not working. 
    Lisa holds certifications in peer recovery coaching with a focus on family systems, CRAFT (community reinforcement and family training) and Invitation to Change. She supports families who are living with the disease of addiction in their lives to find the awareness and self-compassion for themselves to grow and heal, understand the neuroscience of addiction and why behaviors make sense in their loved ones and bring science and kindness together to connect and communicate in an effective to influence change.
     
    Connect with Lisa:
    Website
    Facebook
    Instagram
    LinkedIn
    TikTok
     
    Your host is Rhonda Noordyk, CFEI, CDFA®, CEO of The Women’s Financial Wellness Center
    Rhonda has dedicated her career to being an advocate for women and educating them on how financial strategies can impact their personal and professional success. Her work has shown women going through a divorce how to have a voice, be assertive, get results, be driven, and move forward with confidence. 
    For Rhonda and her company, the Women’s Financial Wellness Center, helping women isn’t just about running the numbers. It’s about asking the right questions, demystifying myths and biases around finances, and helping women walk in their power. Rhonda is passionate about helping her clients navigate a broken system and level the playing field so they can achieve success—pre, during, and post-divorce. 
    Click HERE for a 30 minute Discovery Call!

    • 26 min

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