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The Redefining Wealth Podcast community believes that wealth is about more than money and material possessions; it’s actually about well-being. Each week, award-winning personal finance author, international speaker, media personality and your BFF in your head, Patrice Washington, shares solo insights or enlightening guest interviews that influence the masses to live their life’s purpose, find fulfillment and earn more without chasing money.

Redefining Wealth with Patrice Washington Patrice Washington

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The Redefining Wealth Podcast community believes that wealth is about more than money and material possessions; it’s actually about well-being. Each week, award-winning personal finance author, international speaker, media personality and your BFF in your head, Patrice Washington, shares solo insights or enlightening guest interviews that influence the masses to live their life’s purpose, find fulfillment and earn more without chasing money.

    The Truth About Wealth

    The Truth About Wealth

    If you consider yourself a Purpose Chaser, then you know that every year we start the year off with a series called “Results, Not Resolutions”.
    Around this time of year we hear many people sharing their New Year Resolutions and too often we make resolutions that we either don’t really want or we want, but don’t know how to actually achieve it in order to get results. I’m committed to helping you reach a sense of clarity and awareness of who you are, what you want, and who you need to become in the process, so that you take practical steps to reach your actual goals.
    The truth about wealth is when we don’t define it for ourselves, others will define it for us. In this community, we are on a mission to redefine wealth and we believe that wealth is more than money and material possessions. We believe in the 12th century definition of wealth, which is the condition of well-being or happiness and we use the six pillars of wealth as guiding points to help us take practical steps toward attaining the wealth we desire. The six pillars are:
    Fit: Becoming your best self
    People: Taking care of relationships that matter
    Space: Setting up your life to support you
    Faith: Believing in something greater
    Work: Living your life’s purpose
    Money: Attracting the prosperity you desire
    I invite you to join us on this journey and I challenge you to identify one thing you really want in each one of the pillars for 2021. Think about what your life could look like at the end of the month, the quarter and the year, and we will determine the steps to get you there. You were created for purpose, let’s redefine wealth together.
    This episode is brought to you by our complimentary Purpose Chasers community. Want to share your aha moments with a group of like-minded purpose chasers from all over the world? Visit iamapurposechaser.com and join NOW.
     
    The Truth About Wealth Takeaways
    “Seek wisdom, not just knowledge, in order to find wealth.” - Patrice Washington
    “Money is only a small fraction of what makes for a truly wealthy life.” - Patrice Washington
    “Define wealth for yourself, but never feel guilty about desiring more money.” - Patrice Washington
    “Money is a tool that opens doors and solves problems.” - Patrice Washington
    “Money is a result of understanding what you want and who you want to become in order to receive it.” - Patrice Washington
    “The truth about wealth is when you don’t define it for yourself, others will define it for you.” - Patrice Washington
    “If you don’t have a why, you’ll continue to be interested, but not committed.” - Patrice Washington
    “Committed people research, conclude what the next best step is and take action.” - Patrice Washington
    “Building wealth and creating a wealthy lifestyle is a marathon. Commit to showing up.” - Patrice Washington
     
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    • 29 min
    Barbara Huson: Rewire for Wealth

    Barbara Huson: Rewire for Wealth

    Happy New Year! It goes without saying that 2020 was collectively a challenging year for many of us. This year, I want to make sure you’re set up to leverage the lessons you learned last year so that you can attain all of your goals.To kick off the new year, I wanted to introduce you all to a trailblazer who truly compliments what it means to redefine wealth and who I absolutely admire and appreciate.
    Barbara Huson (previously known as Barbara Stanny), is the leading authority on women, wealth and power. As a bestselling author, financial therapist, teacher & wealth coach, Barbara has helped millions take charge of their finances and their lives.
    Barbara's background in business, her years as a journalist, her Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology, her extensive research, and her personal experience with money give her a unique perspective and makes her the foremost expert on empowering women to live up to their financial and personal potential. Barbara is the author of 6 books and her 7th book, Rewire for Wealth, will be published this month, January 2021.
    Many of us have become comfortable with thoughts, ideas, habits, patterns, mindsets, and limiting beliefs that don’t serve us for the year that we are claiming we want. We need to rewire ourselves and Barbara’s new book establishes the framework to build generational wealth and will guide all of us toward achieving success in every pillar of our lives.
    Key discussion points from this episode include:
    Prince Charming Isn’t Coming - 13:18
    What Holds You Back From Earning More? - 17:07
    It Takes Money To Make Money - 23:58
    The 3 Steps To Train Your Mind To Rewire Your Brain - 27:08
    Do It For Someone You Love - 32:49
    Power From A Feminine Perspective - 34:54
    Taking Your Power Back - 41:33
    The 4 Components Of Financial Success - 44:20
    What Is Enough For You? - 48:37
    This episode is brought to you by our complimentary Purpose Chasers community. Want to share your aha moments with a group of like-minded purpose chasers from all over the world? Visit iamapurposechaser.com and join NOW.
    Rewire for Wealth - Takeaways
    “Success in everything always lies just outside of our comfort zone.” - Barbara Huson
    “In our deepest pain lies our highest purpose.” - Barbara Huson
    “When you make a commitment, the universe revolves to help you reach your goals.” - Barbara Huson
    “The number one requirement for going to the next level in your life is always the willingness to be uncomfortable.” - Barbara Huson
    “I feel the fear and I just keep pushing forward.” - Patrice Washington
    “The stretch is going from what feels comfortable to what seems impossible.” - Barbara Huson
    “What flows through the mind wires the brain.” - Barbara Huson
    “I was afraid that a man wouldn’t love me if I was financially successful.” - Barbara Huson
    “There’s one person out there who needs to read that, so I’m writing for that one person.” - Barbara Huson
    “I will always show up for an audience of one, because an audience of one is still an audience.” - Patrice Washington
    “You can’t pursue your purpose and play full out if you’re drowning in debt and struggling to make ends meet.” - Barbara Huson
    “Women’s difficulties with money - making and managing it - has very little to do with money, and everything to do with our fear of and ambivalence about power.” - Barbara Huson
    “My definition of a powerful woman is someone who knows who she is, knows what she wants, and expresses it in the world unapologetically.” - Barbara Huson
    “Being powerful means becoming all of who we’re meant to be and saying no to what doesn’t work for us, instead of watering ourselves down so we don’t make waves.” - Barbara Huson
    “The heart work and hard work is having to recognize and give yourself permission to dig up the roots of what hasn’t served you for years.” - Pat

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    Season of Surprises: A Recap of 2020

    Season of Surprises: A Recap of 2020

    It comes as no surprise that 2020 has been a year of unusual and unexpected surprises. In March of 2020, our lives changed forever because what started as a two week call to quarantine turned into a worldwide pandemic.
    From the millions of Americans who lost their jobs, to the millions who gathered in solidarity to address racial and social injustices, 2020 also challenged our health with Covid-19 and led to the isolation and financial downfall of so many families. This year brought surprises that none of us were prepared for, but even in the midst of a season of surprises, we still have a responsibility to show up for ourselves, for the people we’re called to serve, and for our purpose.
    In any season, we need to have a strong foundation in order to build and sustain the wealth that we desire. Pandemic aside, our purpose is not postponed. We are each called to do something and our calling doesn’t quit because of unexpected events. We have to be ready to rise to the occasion at every moment and 2020 was proof that greatness requires resistance. When faced with resistance we develop the tenacity to persevere, to work harder, to think outside of the box, to help each other, and to grow into the purpose chaser we are created to be.
    When I look back over this year, I’m surprised not just by Covid-19 or social unrest, I am surprised by who I have become in the process. I am surprised by the deeper level of clarity I have gained, how I unintentionally figured out who I wanted to serve, and how I’ve come to understand what I do and do not want for my life.
    As we wrap up this year and move into 2021, I want you reflect on these 3 questions:
    What did 2020 come to teach you?
    What did 2020 come to show you?
    What did 2020 come to share with you?
    Allow your answers to these questions to teach you a lesson and try turning your surprises into strengths. It’s time to ascend to new levels in 2021. Get ready, remain in alignment, seek wisdom, chase purpose and join me in the new year as we continue to redefine wealth.
    This episode is brought to you by our complimentary Purpose Chasers community. Want to share your aha moments with a group of like-minded purpose chasers from all over the world? Visit iamapurposechaser.com and join NOW.
     
    Season Of Surprises Takeaways
    “Purpose is not postponed.” - Patrice Washington
    “Even waiting is an action word.” - Patrice Washington
    Through obedience, I felt prepared to walk in purpose even in the midst of a pandemic.” - Patrice Washington
    “Magic has to transfer across modalities.” - Patrice Washington
    “An audience of one is still an audience.” - Patrice Washington
    “I have built my life and career around helping just one.” - Patrice Washington
    “The idea of living in obedience has led me on a path to speak my truth.” - Patrice Washington
    “What makes me feel good is being in deeper community with fewer people.” - Patrice Washington
    “Chase Purpose, not money.” - Patrice Washington
    “I don’t know what this year holds and I don’t know what this decade holds, but I know who holds me.” - Patrice Washington
    “Greatness requires us to expect resistance.” - Patrice Washington
    “Purpose is never postponed no matter what the season brings.” - Patrice Washington
    “When in doubt, when afraid, when uncertain, when unclear, when flawed, and when surprised and shocked by everything else around, show up, tell the truth, share the story, and be okay with admitting you don’t know what you don’t know.” - Patrice Washington
    “I pray for your peace, I pray for your clarity, I pray for your fulfillment, and I pray for your purpose.” - Patrice Washington
    “The things that happened didn’t happen to you, they happened for you.” - Patrice Washington
    “Fight for your gratitude. We all have so much to be grateful for.” - Patrice Washington
     
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    • 36 min
    Ebony Omede + Sherry Balogun: No Small Talk

    Ebony Omede + Sherry Balogun: No Small Talk

    Do you enjoy alone time and do your best thinking alone? Have you ever been told you’re too intense? How about networking, do you feel like you’re faking it when you have to network?
    If the answer is yes to any of these questions then you may be an introvert. In my work with Purpose to Platform, I’ve heard so many women consider themselves introverts. They usually admit to not being comfortable on camera, or speaking up in coaching sessions, or even stepping outside of their comfort zone to pursue their purpose. But the amazing thing about introversion is that it doesn’t have to prevent your success or your ability to chase your purpose.
    After listening to a podcast called “No Small Talk”, I finally realized that I am indeed an introvert. In this episode I wanted to bring in the hosts to discuss how you can be a thriving introvert in an extrovert driven industry.
    Ebony Omede and Sherry Balogun are the dynamic hosts of the “No Small Talk” Podcast - a lively space for introverts looking to build connections and level up in their personal and professional lives. Through conversation starters, interviews and discussions, they help introverts connect with others naturally and confidently without the small talk.
    Key discussion points from this episode include:
     
    Creating The “No Small Talk” Podcast - 06:20
    The Truth About Networking Events For Introverts - 10:08
    How To Answer The Question: “What Do You Do?” - 14:47
    How To Know If You’re An Introvert or Extrovert? - 18:46
    Signs You’re An Introvert - 29:26
    Parenting, Marriage, & Dating As An Introvert - 35:57
    Prominent Leaders Who Identify As Introverts - 49:10
    This episode is brought to you by Created For Purpose. This 5-day challenge is designed to help you get unstuck and transform your gift into a purposeful resource in the marketplace. Join us on December 7th and learn how to prevail online and thrive in turbulent times. To sign up visit patricewashington.com/challenge.
     
    No Small Talk Takeaways
    “I don’t just want to have very surface level conversations” - Patrice Washington
    “I have gone to networking events and felt exhausted by it all.” - Ebony Omede
    “I don’t define myself just by what I do.” - Patrice Washington
    “A lot of times there’s a misconception or myth that introverts have a bad attitude or are rude, but it's just that we don’t have time for small talk or want to build deeper connections.” - Ebony Omede
    “Introverts don't hate small talk because we dislike people, we hate small talk because it puts up barriers between people.” - Sherry Balogun
    “The connections that I build with people have to be more than surface level.” - Ebony Omede
    “It’s not that I couldn’t network. I networked, but I didn’t enjoy the process.” - Sherry Balogun
    “A misconception about introversion versus extroversion is that introverts draw energy from spending alone time and recharging, while extroverts draw their energy from spending time with other people.” - Ebony Omede
    “The reason that I’m able to do what I do is because I spend more time by myself.” - Patrice Washington
    “Introverts are truly curious and interested about people and their reactions.” - Sherry Balogun
    “I don’t feel like I need people around me to enjoy my time. I can enjoy my time being by myself.” - Patrice Washington
    “The only way people can respect you as an introvert is by communicating it to people and setting boundaries.” - Sherry Balogun
    “Being an introvert does not have to prevent your success or your ability to chase your purpose.” - Patrice Washington
     
    Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions
    And with that, let’s dig into Ebony and Sherry’s responses to our Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions.
    Define Success:
    Ebony Omede - “Success for me is defined as knowing that I’m able to achieve the goals set out for m

    • 1 hr
    Scale Your Joy

    Scale Your Joy

    What if you woke up and realized that you had been striving for weeks, months, and even decades to create a life that you didn’t even want? What would you do? How would you feel?
    I want to challenge you to think about what you really value.
    For some of us, this year was an opportunity to clean house and remove the many distractions that kept us from pursuing purpose. For others, this year helped us realize that we can find peace and joy with the things and gifts that we already have.
    You and I have not only survived 2020, but together we redefined wealth, success, and happiness. This past year has taught all of us so much more about what really matters to self and I want to invite you to not just look toward 2021 in expectancy, but create what you say you want for yourself.
    Do you need to set more boundaries or remove relationships that deplete you? Do you need to scale back and downsize to give you more space and clarity? What do you really value? In this episode, I want to help you reevaluate what you value and figure out what truly brings you joy.
    Key discussion points include:
    The Blessing Of Downsizing - 05:31
    What Do You Want For Your Life? - 13:59
    What Brings You The Most Joy? - 18:06
    I believe my part in your life is to shift and help transform you to truly pursue your God-given purpose and only do things that are in alignment with who you are and what you’ve been called to do.
    This episode is brought to you by Purpose 2 Platform, a 12-week business accelerator and mentorship program that will get you clear on HOW to package your PURPOSE, communicate your PROMISE to your ideal audience, choose the best PLATFORM for your personality and lifestyle and create a PREMIUM offer. You'll have accountability and support in a dynamic community so you can finally make progress and be ready before you even need to pull that trigger on what's no longer serving you. Learn more Purpose2Platform.com.
     
    Scale Your Joy Takeaways
    “What we care about are experiences, not expenses.” - Patrice Washington
    “Stop living in someone else’s definition.” - Patrice Washington
    “If you care about what other people think, your spirit will always be broken.” - Patrice Washington
    “Figure out what you want for your life and allow yourself to be.” - Patrice Washington
    “It’s funny how you can get the very thing you think you want and actually feel like you’re settling in some way.” - Patrice Washington
    “What do you really want, what has brought you the most joy in life and how can you scale it?” - Patrice Washington
    “Sometimes the enemy is not without, it’s within.” - Patrice Washington
    “You can't be interested in scaling the joy, you have to be committed to it.” - Patrice Washington
    “Shift your business model to fit what you say you want.” - Patrice Washington
    “Surrender what’s familiar, what feels safe, and what feels comfortable because in the end it will be worth it.” - Patrice Washington
    “When you stretch yourself, it gets you closer to what you say you want.” - Patrice Washington
    “Climb up the ladder that will get you to your definition of wealth, success, and joy.” - Patrice Washington
     
    Mentioned In This Episode:
    Episode 049: The Blessing Of Downsizing
     
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    • 33 min
    Dr. Angela Anderson: Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

    Dr. Angela Anderson: Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

    We’re wrapping up the Created for Purpose challenge this week in the Redefining Wealth Facebook Group and while over 3,000 women joined in to learn how to show up authentically in the marketplace, I’ve recognized a common theme holding many back: Imposter Syndrome.  
    It’s that feeling that even though you are well equipped, you are still some how not worthy enough to have a seat at the table and sit there in peace.
    For some of us, it manifests itself by not pursuing opportunities we are beyond qualified for. For others like me, it may show up as overworking and over preparing to prove that you do, in fact, belong.
    If these ideas mildly resonate with you, you are in for a breakthrough with this episode because I’ve brought in a woman who is brilliant in helping women overcome imposter syndrome.
    Dr. Angela Anderson is the US Head of Diversity and Inclusion, Strategy and Operations at Novartis Pharmaceutical Corporation, as well as, internationally certified as an executive coach, master speaker and trainer. She specializes in providing training around the world on topics such as leadership, influence, motivation, culture, communication, conflict resolution, team dynamics, and much more. She co-hosts the podcast, Just Be Real Sis, established to have real conversations on issues that have historically been difficult to discuss. To learn more: https://www.drangelaspeaks.com/
    Key discussion points from this episode include:
    How Faith Contributes to Downplaying Accomplishments- 10:50
    Be Aware of Your Thoughts - 14:24
    Seeds of Doubt Planted by Others – 18:04
    Why You Need Other Women – 20:06
    Use Failures as a Lesson – Not Character Flaw – 23:46
    Sloppy Progress – 25:31
    What We Can Learn From Sports Stats – 28:02
    Solidify Your Support Circle – 30:40
    Stop Putting People In Position of Prominence Prematurely – 33:54
    This episode is brought to you by Purpose 2 Platform, a 12-week business accelerator and mentorship program that will get you clear on HOW to package your PURPOSE, communicate your PROMISE to your ideal audience, choose the best PLATFORM for your personality and lifestyle and create a PREMIUM offer. You'll have accountability and support in a dynamic community so you can finally make progress and be ready before you even needto pull that trigger on what's no longer serving you. Learn more Purpose2Platform.com.
     
    Overcoming Imposter Syndrome Takeaways
    “I can acknowledge that I’m a woman of faith and that I worked to get where I am. And then give God praise on the end.” – Dr. Angela Anderson
    “”You’re wasting time, talent and energy on things that don’t even exist.” - Dr. Angela Anderson
    “Even when I got the things, it still wasn’t enough.” - Patrice Washington
    “You can acknowledge your past without living in it. – Dr. Angela Anderson
    “The way that we help other women on the journey is to tell them the truth.” – Dr. Angela Anderson
    “Learn what you need to learn from the truth and use it as fuel.” – Dr. Angela Anderson
    “Failure is practice.” – Dr. Angela Anderson
    “Perfection is one of the things that keeps people from truly walking in purpose.” – Patrice Washington
    “We’re in God’s version of an instant replay.” – Dr. Angela Anderson
    “We applaud others and yet fail ourselves.” – Patrice Washington
    “Give yourself the same grace you give to other people.” – Dr. Angela Anderson
    “We entrust people with bits and pieces of our lives that they didn’t deserve.” – Patrice Washington
    “We want to put people in positions of prominence prematurely.” – Dr. Angela Anderson
    The world will never celebrate the wholeness of who you are as long as you continue to promote the pieces.” – Dr. Angela Anderson
     
    Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions
    And with that, let’s dig into Marsha-Ann’s responses to our Redefining Wealth Rapid

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