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How Barbara Walters and Gretchen Rubin Helped Me Overcome Social Anxiety

When I was envisioning our wedding a year ago I decided to keep the bridal party simple and have my two sisters stand up there with me. I’d made a mental list of the important women in my life and realized that I could either have 15 bridesmaids or 2. There really wasn’t much inContinue Reading

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Announcing The Freedom Immersion – come mastermind with us in Maine!

WHAT IF YOU COULD SUDDENLY SHUT OUT DISTRACTIONS AND SHINY OBJECTS, WORK FEWER HOURS, AND EARN ENOUGH INCOME TO SPEND EVERY DAY EXACTLY THE WAY YOU WANT? Today I have a really special announcement about the very reality described above. Mike and I have have been busy planning not one, but two, very special events. The first is ourContinue Reading

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How to help the world help you

No one is ever going to read your mind. At least not really. There are things that matter. There are hills worth dying on. There are things we really, really want. But what happens is we doubt our wants. We ask one time and we get a no, so we never ask again. We avoidContinue Reading

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Is doing this sucking your energy? If so, here are 4 simple steps to cut it out.

I used to have this thing where I really wanted everyone to think that I had it all together — you know, that I was perfect. During this same period in my life (because real life is, indeed, often like a novel, full of perfect irony and poetic justice), my credit card debt was mounting.Continue Reading

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Don’t take advice from these people.

When I was 18 and I started my first business, I asked a lot of people for advice. Since I was so young I asked mostly older people for their opinion about what I was up to. I assumed since they’d been alive longer than I had that their advice would be good. Some ofContinue Reading

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4 simple ways to spend less and enjoy more this holiday season.

Nothing Succeeds Like Excess The end of the year can be a time when our financial plans go out the window. We end up spending like a drunken sailor, only to wake up in the new year feeling hungover when we look at our credit card balance. I used to experience this every year. IContinue Reading

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I wrote an email yesterday that rumpled a few feathers. Here’s what it said . . .

I sent an email out yesterday to a list of folks who’d inquired about learning more about The Money Love Course, and it rumpled a few feathers. The gist of what it said is that it drives me bonkers when people use the phrase, “I can’t afford that.” The truth of this statement is thatContinue Reading

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How to Make Saving Money Feel Good (so that you actually do it!)

It’s probably not news to you that money woes are one of the leading causes of stress. And guess what? Stress is related to higher rates of depression, infectious disease, and heart disease. So taking good, loving care of your money is super important not only for your emotional well being, but also for yourContinue Reading

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This will heal the economy.

On January 31st I co-hosted an event that absolutely blew the roof off of my expectations here in Portland, ME as part of a ten-city tour for the Thank You Small Business campaign. I’m not telling you this to toot my own horn. I’m tell you this to toot the horn of someone who’s veryContinue Reading

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A crucial key to financial freedom that I haven’t shared yet

Two years ago I spent the summer living in Sag Harbor, NY to get out of the hot, smelly city. One of the highlights of the summer was spending a ton of time at yoga, at the beach, and just plain hanging out with my friends Josh Pais and Marie Forleo. Marie was in theContinue Reading

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