March 30, 2022

[Ep. 321] Getting Out of Your Own Way with Joyce Marter

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We cause ourselves a lot of anxiety when we compare our insides to a lot of people’s outsides.
– Joyce Marter, Author & Licensed Psychotherapist


The More Money podcast is no stranger to conversations surrounding mental health and in fact, I’m always happy to keep that conversation going. In today’s episode licensed psychotherapist Joyce Marter joins me to talk about her new book, The Financial Mindset Fix, and share how it’s the new guidebook for getting ahold of your mental health in order to fix your financial wealth. 

Joyce Marter has been a licensed psychotherapist for 25 years and has bared witness to how improving your mental health can result in an increase in your financial wealth. She’s also an entrepreneur, a national public speaker, and a mental health thought leader. She is the founder of Urban Balance, a national outpatient mental health company, and the author of The Financial Mindset Fix: A Mental Fitness Program for an Abundant Life.

In this week’s episode, Joyce shares the correlation between mental health and financial wealth, how her book tackles topics like abundance vs. scarcity mindset, the effects of limiting beliefs, and why we need to stop selling ourselves short. It was an absolute pleasure to have Joyce on the podcast and have her share lots of food for thought.

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