Shifting Your Money Mindset To Take Control Of Your Finances with Vanessa Bowen

At one point in our lives we may have gone through financial problems, but did you know this can be avoided?


Today, I have Vanessa Bowen on the show, a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) and Master Neuro-Linguistic Programming Practitioner (NLP) and the Founder of Mint Worthy, a personal finance coaching platform that helps women shift their relationship with money and take control of their finances.


In this episode, Vanessa shares with us how her own personal financial journey taught her how to manage her finances and how it inspired her to help other women who went through the same struggles as her.


I want people to realize that you can learn how to manage your money, it's possible to change your financial life, you just have to learn to live in your power. - Vanessa


In this episode:

[01:54] Brand Party for Vanessa is celebrating who you are, your gifts and your talents.


[02:38] In branding and design challenges get help if you need to but follow what makes sense for you not what other people like and say.


[03:48] The story behind the name Mint Worthy.


[05:26] Vanessa's brand story is a reflection of her own journey, her own story.


[07:35] Vanessa didn’t know how money works even if she was an accountant


[08:16] Her mentor taught her to get out of debt and create a budget, that was the start of her financial journey


[08:57] She started helping people with their money problems and later on realized that it is what she’s called to do


[10:03] Vanessa uses Quickbook and spreadsheets to keep track of her personal and business finances


[11:49] It's that lack of clarity that keeps us in these limiting beliefs. - Vanessa


[12:56] After getting clarity, identify the thoughts and beliefs you hold that do not align with your vision.


[15:06] Celebrate your wins and allow yourself to expand, blossom, and propel to the next level


[17:14] I want people to realize that you can learn how to manage your money, it's possible to change your financial life, you just have to learn to live in your power. - Vanessa


[18:06] If you really want to change, you just have to be real with yourself.


[19:26] One of the key financial concepts is called the power of time


[19:35] It is important to set aside a retirement fund, emergency fund, and contingency fund regardless if you have a business or job


[21:15] Your brand is everything, because it is not just the extension of you, but the extension of the people that you want to bring in.


[22:16] Celebrating her biggest income month since the beginning of her business


[22:56] Have fun bringing in that energetic connection to money because it will completely shift everything you do and how you see money.


[23:49] The legacy for Mint Worthy.


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About Vanessa Bowen

Vanessa Bowen is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) and Master Neuro-Linguistic Programming Practitioner (NLP) and the Founder of Mint Worthy, a personal finance coaching platform that helps women shift their relationship with money and take control of their finances. After a decade in corporate finance and public accounting working with international businesses in Canada and the US, Vanessa decided to pursue her passion for personal finance, shifting her focus on empowering women to live life on their own financial terms.


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