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Having money and wealth can buy you material things BUT more importantly it buys you options and peace of mind. THAT is what this podcast is all about.

Sandy Waters has always been passionate about helping women get to a spot where they feel comfortable, confident and secure about their financial future.
“It doesn’t matter how much money you earn, it’s what you do with the money you have.”

This show is designed to fit perfectly into your busy schedule.

Each week we start with “No Dumb Questions.” A quick 5-minute explanation of the most commonly misunderstood money topics. Topics that many women are afraid to speak up and ask about.
We then sit down with a financially confident woman who lets us in on her secrets of success. What does she do that we all should be doing?
And finally, since most of us are parents who want to be good financial role models. Sandy ends the show with “A Seat at the Kids Table.”
This is the part of the show were the kids get involved. We listen in on their responses to important money questions. Our expert leaves us with advice, how to best teach the lessons they are not learning in school.

Reach out to Sandy Waters directly sandywaters989@gmail.com

Seven Figures: Smart Money Strategies for Women with Sandy Waters Sandy Waters

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Having money and wealth can buy you material things BUT more importantly it buys you options and peace of mind. THAT is what this podcast is all about.

Sandy Waters has always been passionate about helping women get to a spot where they feel comfortable, confident and secure about their financial future.
“It doesn’t matter how much money you earn, it’s what you do with the money you have.”

This show is designed to fit perfectly into your busy schedule.

Each week we start with “No Dumb Questions.” A quick 5-minute explanation of the most commonly misunderstood money topics. Topics that many women are afraid to speak up and ask about.
We then sit down with a financially confident woman who lets us in on her secrets of success. What does she do that we all should be doing?
And finally, since most of us are parents who want to be good financial role models. Sandy ends the show with “A Seat at the Kids Table.”
This is the part of the show were the kids get involved. We listen in on their responses to important money questions. Our expert leaves us with advice, how to best teach the lessons they are not learning in school.

Reach out to Sandy Waters directly sandywaters989@gmail.com

    Manifesting What You Want with Jaclyn Mellone

    Manifesting What You Want with Jaclyn Mellone

    Before we learn how to manifest what we want, we’ll start the show with our “No Dumb Questions” segment. Why is the Chair of the Federal Reserve Board worried for women? Professor Emeritus at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Author of Teachers Can Be Financially Fit, Economist Mark Schug aka Grandpa Mark is here to explain.
    Click here to email Mark
    Click here to pick up Mark’s book
    Click here to learn more about Mark

    Manifesting what you want in life. Putting together a Vision Board. You may be rolling your eyes to all of that, I admit, part of me is so sick of hearing that too.
    BUT if you do it right, it actually DOES open up opportunities. Recently featured in Forbes, Jaclyn Mellone The “Go-To-Gal” explains how she manifested her Forbes article to happen.
    (This is part 1 of our interview with Jaclyn. Next week we'll explore the opportunity to make money by hosting online courses)
    We end the show like we always do, we’ll take “A Seat at the Kid’s Table.” Today we had parents ask their kids- “Which is better, to make or buy a gift for someone this holiday?”
    Susan Beacham founder of Money Savvy Generation is here with advice for parents. She says the holidays are a perfect time to teach kids about budgets. Plus, Susan has some great no-cost gift ideas too.

    And our Money Victory shout out goes to Juanita Leone! 
    Thank you for listening to the show. I truly hope it is helping you.
    Feel free to reach out anytime sandywaters989@gmail.com

    Cheers to each one of you who is on your way to being proud to say you are a financially confident woman!
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    • 35 min
    Finding work-life balance in times of uncertainty with Kathleen Pringle

    Finding work-life balance in times of uncertainty with Kathleen Pringle

    Today on the show:
    Before we talk get into the best way to approach your boss about work-life balance, we’ll start the show with our “No Dumb Questions” segment.
    One topic that we often get questions about from listeners is budgeting. What is the best way to budget? Is the 50/30/20 rule a good one to follow and is there a good app we can download that will help us stay on track? Our CFP Erica Cummings from The Harmony Financial Wellness Group at RBC Wealth Management will have the answers to all of these.

    “At work you’re supposed to act like you don’t have kids. At home you’re supposed to act like you don’t work”
    You probably WANT to take advantage of all the opportunities that are on the table right now, but for some parents this is a real challenge.
    There’s workers survivors guilt. There’s not being able to 100% focus when the kids are home. Just to name a few of the struggles.
    Kathleen Pringle is here. As an Executive Career Strategist and Coach, she is our direct line to figuring out what our boss is really thinking.
    -The best way to ask your boss for a little leeway
    -The best way to still ask for the raise you have coming to you
    -The 3 most important things you should do to keep your sanity and take advantage of the opportunities that are out there.
    Yes we cover a lot!
    Click here to reach out to Kathleen directly

    We end the show like we always do, we’ll take “A Seat at the Kid’s Table.” Today we had parents ask their kids- “How do you know when someone is rich?”
    Susan Beacham founder of Money Savvy Generation has advice for parents. The best way to help your kids figure out what is enough.

    And our Money Victory shout out goes to Reena Perri!
    Thank you for listening to the show. I truly hope it is helping you.
    Feel free to reach out anytime sandywaters989@gmail.com

    Cheers to each one of you who is on your way to being proud to say you are a financially confident w
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    • 40 min
    Feel like a Fraud? Overcoming Imposter Syndrome with Mary Braunschneider

    Feel like a Fraud? Overcoming Imposter Syndrome with Mary Braunschneider

    Today on the show:
     Before we talk about Imposter Syndrome, we’ll start the show with our “No Dumb Questions” segment. The housing marketing is still making headlines and breaking records. If you are looking to purchase a house there’s a good chance you’ll have to pay over the asking price to win the bid. So, what’s the best rule of thumb to figure out how much you can REALLY afford? CFP Erica Cummings from The Harmony Financial Wellness Group at RBC Wealth Management will explain.
    At any point in your career did you feel like a fraud?
    Maybe you’re feeling it now as you navigate through a shift in your career because of COVID.
    Imposter Syndrome: “Anxiety or self-doubt that results from persistently undervaluing one’s competence and active role in achieving success, while falsely attributing one's accomplishments to luck or other external forces.”
    It’s a real thing, and we all have our moments of feeling this way. What’s the best way to overcome Imposter Syndrome? Dynamic Sales Leader & Business Development Strategist, Mindset & Success Coach Mary Braunschneider is here to help us.
    Ways to connect with Mary:
    https://careerwebfolio.com/marybraunschneider/
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/mary-vivian-braunschneider-4492a06/
    mary@maryvivian.com
    We end the show like we always do, we’ll take “A Seat at the Kid’s Table.” Today we had parents ask their kids- “When you start to make money, will you give some of it away?” Some parents were pretty surprised by how their kids responded. 
    BUT it’s a completely natural response. Susan Beacham founder of Money Savvy Generation has advice for parents. The best way to teach your kids about giving.

    And our Money Victory shout out goes to Amy Nicole!
    Thank you for listening to the show. I truly hope it is helping you.
    Feel free to reach out anytime sandywaters989@gmail.com

    Cheers to each one of you who is on your way to being proud to say you are a financially confident woman!
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    • 32 min
    When You Feel Like You’re At Your Breaking Point with Angie Hundley

    When You Feel Like You’re At Your Breaking Point with Angie Hundley

    Today on the show:
    Before we chat with our featured guest today, we start the show with our “No Dumb Questions” segment. A listener reached out asking about CDs (certificate of deposit). CFP Erica Cummings from The Harmony Financial Wellness Group at RBC Wealth Management will explain what it is and if it's right for you.

    Author of A Recipe for Bad Lemons, Ingredients for Success from Life’s Sour Moments Angie Hundley is here.
    Angie opens up about what it was like to grow up in the foster care system. Statistically there's only a 5% success rate for foster children. She beat the odds and is now a mother of four and owner of a multi-million dollar business. Angie will definitely put things into perspective and hopefully inspire you.

    We end the show like we always do, we’ll take “A Seat at the Kid’s Table.” Today we had parents ask their kids- “What are Taxes?” We’ll see what the kids say and what advice our money expert Susan Beacham founder of Money Savvy Generation has for parents. The fun way to teach your kids about taxes.

    And our Money Victory shout out goes to Jennifer Roberts!

    Thank you for listening to the show. I truly hope it is helping you.
    Feel free to reach out anytime sandywaters989@gmail.com

    Cheers to each one of you who is on your way to being proud to say you are a financially confident woman!
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    • 37 min
    The Life-Changing $1500 Offer with Alexis Rhiannon

    The Life-Changing $1500 Offer with Alexis Rhiannon

    Today on the show:
    Before we talk about the $1,500 life-changing offer, we’ll start the show with our “No Dumb Questions” segment. It’s the last Friday of the month so that means Economist, Professor Emeritus at University Wisconsin-Milwaukee Mark Shug (aka Grandpa Mark) joins the show.
    Viewing it through the lens of an economist, he’ll give us an unbiased break-down of the most important news stories that impact you and your wallet.
    A lot of people have strong opinions about who will win the election and what will happen to the economy if one party wins over the other. So, which Presidential candidate IS better for the economy? And what about the Stimulus package? Are we going to see more money coming our way or did the political bickering kill the plan?
    Pick up Mark’s book “Teacher’s Can Be Financially Fit”
    email Mark directly

    “In my early 20s, my dad offered me $1,500 with a catch. It annoyed me at the time, but it also taught me the most important savings lesson of my life”
    Freelance writer Alexis Rhiannon joins the show to talk about her dad’s life-changing offer and how all of us can learn a valuable lesson from it.
    click here to read the full article
    Alexis writes for Business Insider, Allure, Apartment Therapy  
    Follow her on twitter

    We end the show like we always do, we’ll take “A Seat at the Kid’s Table.” Today we had parents ask their kids- “What is Debt?” We’ll see what the kids say and what advice our money expert Susan Beacham founder of Money Savvy Generation has for parents. The best way to teach your kids about debt.

    And our Money Victory shout out goes to Vera Plotkin!

    Thank you for listening to the show. I truly hope it is helping you.
    Feel free to reach out anytime. Love getting your emails

    Cheers to each one of you who is on your way to being proud to say you are a financially confident woman!
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    • 33 min
    How to Start an Online Business with Debbie Knudsen

    How to Start an Online Business with Debbie Knudsen

    Today on the show:
    Before we talk about being a 'go to' expert and starting an online business, we’ll start the show talking about paying for college. This is a pretty big topic of discussion for a lot of families. As parents sometimes we overextend ourselves to help better our children’s lives. Which just makes us good and loving parents. BUT when it comes to paying for college, this might be where we draw the line. Why do experts suggest steering far away from Parents Plus Loans? We’ll explain in our “No Dumb Questions” segment with our CFP Erica Cummings from The Harmony Financial Wellness Group at RBC Wealth Management 
    Take a moment to think about your passions? What are you an expert at? You CAN turn it into an online business. Debbie Knusdsen, Online Marketing Strategist will give you her advice. How she successfully transitioned from being on stage as an award winning Opera singer to being on the big online stage.  
    We end the show like we always do, we’ll take “A Seat at the Kid’s Table.” Today we had parents ask their kids- “What is a loan?” We’ll see what the kids say and what advice our money expert Susan Beacham founder of Money Savvy Generation has for parents. The best way to teach your kids about borrowing money and taking out a loan.
    And our Money Victory shout out goes to Sierra Stiller-Saiger!
    Thank you for listening to the show. I truly hope it is helping you.
    Feel free to reach out anytime sandywaters989@gmail.com

    Cheers to each one of you who is on your way to being proud to say you are a financially confident woman!
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    • 36 min

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25 Ratings

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Terrific information. Love that it’s short and concise. Excellent ideas on how to talk to kids about money.

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