#35 The language of money with Hilary Hendershott

Financial Fluency Episode #35: The Language of Money with Hilary Hendershott

My guest on this week’s Financial Fluency is also someone who’s passionate about women talking about their money stories.

We talked about real vs online money, how women seem to have a hard time talking about money and why we believe it’s important to change that.

Hilary is a financial powerhouse for women – get stuck in to the episode. You’ll love it.

Listen in below and Tweet it out hereTweet: Listen in to @jturrell and @HilarytheCFP talk about the language of money and how you can change yours here: http://ctt.ec/8Vcf7+

Favorite Quotes

The truth is all of these beliefs [about money] are superstitions – Hilary

We completely made up money. Anything you think about money is made up – Hilary

My kids barely ever see money – they see me wave my phone in the grocery store – Jen

You’ve got to pay yourself a base salary – Hilary

I could not find a single place where women were having an online conversation about money – Hilary on starting her podcast

The best way to get the results that someone else had is to do what they did! – Hilary

We feel bad if we have more, we feel bad if we have less! – Jen

A lot of us aren’t raised thinking we can negotiate things – Jen

Hilary HendershottThough geneticists have yet to isolate the money gene, Hilary knows that our minds control all things financial. They determine the way money goes for you—and no matter how much you make, how much you have, or how much you want, your mind controls the flow, the habits and behavior patterns that keep recurring in your life around money.

Hilary became a neuroscience geek and read everything she could find on money psychology. She was determined to rewire her money mind and to be financially free. She made discoveries, adopted new beliefs, and developed systems that she tweaked again and again until they were working perfectly to transform her own financial life.

Slowly, slowly, and then all of a sudden, she began to notice that her account balances had grown in ways that allowed me to make new, empowered decisions about her financial life.


Find out more at HilaryHendershott.com

If you enjoyed this episode you can subscribe to Financial Fluency here on iTunes and listen every week. If you like what you hear, please also leave an awesome iTunes review

I do two episodes every week, one solo and one interview.

I also have the fantastic Mastering Money Matters group, a monthly membership group where you can join and we talk about all the different pieces week by week of getting our money systems set up and how we look at, think about and value money and all areas of our lives.

It’s a very supportive and private group just for women and it’s a safe place to hang out and talk. It’s kind of the extension of the interviews I’ve been doing with mainly entrepreneurs on this show, and it’s where we can talk about the things we may not want to broadcast out to a broader audience.

Let’s Keep the Conversation Going

If you’re enjoying the podcasts and something has lit a fire for you, carry on the conversation over on the Financial Fluency Facebook Group.

See you there!

Jen x

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