[Ep. 300] Why We Need to Redefine Wealth with Patrice Washington

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Your business or your finances are only going to grow to the extent you’re willing to heal.

This week we hit a major milestone on the More Money Podcast! Today is the 300th episode of the podcast and I almost can’t believe we’ve made it this far. Yes, we! I couldn’t have done it without you all listening every week, so I want to say a BIG thank you to all who’ve listened and supported the More Money Podcast over the past 6 years.

For today’s episode, I am joined by author, podcast host, and hope-restoring coach Patrice Washington. Her book “Redefine Wealth for Yourself: How to Stop Chasing Money and Finally Live Your Life’s Purpose” really amplifies her holistic approach to building wealth and why it’s intertwined with our physical and mental health.

Patrice’s podcast  “The Redefining Wealth Podcast” aims to change our money mindsets and she uses her Certification in Financial Psychology to help people beyond budgeting. Patrice has built a large community of people wanting to get to the heart of their money struggles so that they can achieve the life they want, on their own terms.

Patrice is full of great insights into tapping into your why when it comes to making money. In this episode, Patrice shares how the 2008 market crash was a defining moment for her money journey, why wealth needs to be redefined, and her 6 pillars of wealth. I can’t wait for you to listen to it!

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