An all-senses listening session about Wealth, Money and Emotionality with wealth philosopher, money therapist and growth alchemist Jennifer Love as she digs into the murky relationship we have with money with world class leaders and female founders to unearth the true nature of wealth within us. Discover why she believes that by following the intricate systems of nature we can heal our relationship with money.
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Ep 11: How Can an Emotional Colonic Increase Your Net Worth?
Are unprocessed emotions blocking your ability to live wealthy?
“Imagine eating or taking a bite of an apple, and then chewing it, and then swallowing it. And then it moves down into your stomach. Imagine never pooping that out, the waste of it. What happens? It's creating a super toxic environment that ultimately will kill you, literally. And similarly, if you're experiencing anger, but you shove it down, and you never let yourself fully process it and digest it, it will also eat away at you. And eventually it will kill you, it will kill your spirit. And it will kill you through your health.”
- Jennifer Love
In this episode of the Nature of Money, we explore the impact of negative emotions that build up over time: fear, shame, guilt, and how these play out physiologically as well as financially.
I start by talking with Tyler Lowe, the CEO of Return on Ideas, about her experience ‘getting unstuck.’ Then, I sat down with Dr. Ann Shippey, a Board Certified physician and internal medicine doctor, and Dr. Mario Martinez, a biocognition expert and neuroscientist, to explore the impact of the stress on the body caused by unprocessed emotion.
Are you in need of an emotional colonic? As you listen, I invite you to examine what unprocessed emotions are impacting you….and how. Do you have physical symptoms? Are you experiencing burnout? Do you feel frustrated and stuck in business without being clear about why?
Join us to learn why you need an emotional colonic and what happens when you get one.
A special thanks to our guests for sharing their experiences and expertise with us.
You can learn more about their work at:
Tyler Lowe - returnonideas.co
Dr. Ann Shippy - https://annshippymd.com/
Mario Martinez - www.biocognitive.com
Ep10: Is your “Upper Limit” Sabotaging Your Financial Health?
Do you keep hitting an “upper limit” on your business’ success or your ability to earn money? Often, we’re not even aware of how we are sabotaging ourselves - yet an artificially imposed constraint holds us back from our true potential.
“Our upper limit isn't good or bad ... I think of it in terms of an indicator. It's an indicator of what needs attention inside of you … We've got all kinds of dashboards, we've got financial dashboards, so we know what's happening, you know, in revenue, in our expenses, and what our profit margin is. The upper limit is part of the dashboard of what's making you feel free and whole and be able to grow and have capacity to go beyond your wildest dreams.” - Jennifer Love
In this episode of the Nature of Money, I sat down with three powerful female founders : Natalie Jill, is a high performance coach, Lavinia Errico, a visionary wellness CEO, and Lisa Sasevich, an award-winning entrepreneur and business coach.
We discuss times where they experienced an upper limit in their career and life - and what they did to transcend it. Together, we explore where the Upper Limit comes from, how self-inquiry changes our cycles of sabotage, and the habits necessary to build resilience.
I also interviewed Emma Scharkie, a Sports Psychologist, who talks about the power of mindset to optimize our performance.
Where are you hitting your upper limit? As you listen, I invite you to examine where you are hitting your Upper Limit in your life and business - and how that might limit your ability to “live wealthy.”
A special thanks to our guests, Natalie Jill, Lavinia Errico, Lisa Sasevich, and Emma Scharkie, for sharing their experiences and expertise with us.
Ep 9: Does your ‘inner critic’ affect your net worth?
Is your mental chatter keeping you poor?
“The inner critic is like the bitch inside of us. She is the one that is angry, frustrated, she's gone rogue. She's super, super sad. And really, that comes from that deep sense of trying to survive. It's the survivalist part of us that's trying to keep us alive.” - Jennifer Love
In my experience working with female founders, I have witnessed firsthand the destructive effects of the inner critic. This critic is the voice inside that says: “I’m not good enough.” “I’m not doing enough.” “I’m a failure.” “I should be further along.” “I should be over this.” “I am wasting my life.” When we say this to ourselves, we feel defeated, angry, resentful, and filled with fear.
In this episode of the Nature of Money, I sit down with a group of high achieving female founders who share what their inner critic sounded like. We explore where it came from, and the connection it had to their net worth. I also invited Mario Martinez who is a bio cognition expert to discuss the power we have over our minds to change our core beliefs.
Together we explore what happens when the inner critic gets the upper hand. It destroys our ability to move forward, to flourish in life, to embrace a growth mindset, and to take appropriate, calculated financial risks.
What does your inner critic sound like? Learn more about how to change your inner narrative to discover for yourself how your inner critic could be blocking you from “living wealthy.”
Ep 8: Is your work(aholism) keeping you from living wealthy?
Burnout … so many female founders have experienced this first hand.
In this episode of the Nature of Money, I sit down with Elizabeth Beeds of the Women’s Holistic Business Network- who, through her own workaholic tendencies, ended up alarmingly undernourished, which left her in a state of physical, emotional and spiritual burnout, plus over $100K in debt.
Together we explore what it looks like to be a workaholic, and the role shame plays in the addiction-burnout cycle. We will talk about what it takes to become more self-aware and give ourselves the self-acceptance we deserve so we can optimize and move into a healthier relationship with work.
Addiction specialist Dr. Reef Karim also joins us to offer greater insights into the world of addiction.
Are you a workaholic? Have you developed an addiction to avoid facing emotional pain? What does it take to break free from this cycle?
Maybe you too have been acting out of unconscious beliefs in an addictive pattern, or avoiding the very thing that is preventing you from “living wealthy” - living a life that is both satisfying and joyful.
EP 7: What is the Relationship Between Addiction, Control, and Debt?
What is debt? And what is the story, or narrative you believe about it? Many women in business will borrow money at some point in their career, whether it’s start-up capital to grow, bridge financing to cover unexpected expenses, or as we saw in 2020, emergency funds to get through an economic and global health crisis.
In this episode of the Nature of Money, I sat down with Lily’s Mockerman, a founder who ended up more than 500K in debt despite her hard-line personal commitment to ‘avoid debt at all costs’. Her story walks us through a pattern of addiction fueled by a desire for control which was imprinted on her as a little girl when her parents lost her family home.
I’ve had the pleasure of working closely with Lily as a money therapist over the past several years - and have gotten a front row seat to her transformation. Her story illustrates what is possible with deep inner work.
Addiction specialist Dr. Reef Karim also joins us, along with Mary Shores, a CEO of an innovative collection agency, to explore how unconscious parts of our debt story are often linked to addictive behaviour.
Are you willing to reexamine your relationship with debt? Is it healthy or unhealthy? Maybe you too have been acting out of unconscious beliefs in an addictive pattern, or avoiding the very thing that could set yourself free.
EP 6: Re-writing Your Cinderella Story: Transformation & How to change your money story
When I look around at the state of the world and how we as a society are being in relationship with money - it seems to me that we are experiencing our own tragic financial fantasyland. As of September 2020 The United States had the highest reported federal deficit - over $3 Trillion dollars. By October 2020 the US Consumer Debt rate reached the highest recorded rate - approximately $4.2 Trillion dollars.
When we enter into rates of codependency this high we aren’t making decisions from a place of abundance and prosperity. Scarcity and fear rules the land - taxes surge, unemployment rates surge, overworking surges, domestic abuse surges, depression and suicide rates surge.
In this episode of the Nature of Money, we go deeper on the theme of self-examination. Any systemic change starts on the individual level. Everyday you have a choice. You decide if you will perpetuate a drama cycle or if you will choose sovereignty. Ultimately, you decide how you will be in a relationship with money and how you will make financial decisions everyday - are you growing a flourishing garden, or are you staying stuck in the weeds?
Through the stories of our Female Founders from around the world, we explore how to transform our core beliefs about ourselves and about money - and how those beliefs tie into our net worth and the balance in our bank account. Listen now!
Connecting to more of life
What a beautiful and necessary voice of clarity around money and owning our space in the world. Jennifer Love is a special and very personal guide through this sometimes difficult terrain with a unique way of connecting it all to a lot different people’s lives.
I love it!
Jennifer’s voice is clear, grounded and beautiful and her message is powerful. She shares inspiring stories to help us understand new ways of thinking about money. She reminds us that it’s time to unlock our full potential and thrive. Thank you Jennifer Love 👸🏼✨💰✨🤍
Money can be......complicated
This truly gives you an understanding of the relationship with money. An amazing listen!