Rock Your Goals Podcast episode 46 - master your business finances with Lea Schodel from the Mindful Wealth Movement

In this episode of Rock Your Goals the podcast, Lea Schodel shares 5 tips to help you manage your business finances and set up simple + effective systems to master your money.

Lea’s a Financial Advisor, Director of MHP Private Wealth and the social enterprise “Wellthy”, and the founder of The Mindful Wealth Movement, which is a financial literacy program for women. Lea’s goal is to educate women so they can create a healthier relationship with money and live healthier, happier lives and wealthier lives.

If you’ve ever felt overwhelmed, frustrated or just plain ignored your money, then this episode is for you. Lea shares 5 things every woman in business needs to know about her money. She’s put together 5 key money management tips to help you build strong financial foundations for your business, so you can make money, rather than worry about it.

Plus, download your free “Master Your Money” checklist so you can action all of Lea’s awesome advice.

Grab a cuppa and a notepad and let’s dive in!

 

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AHA! moments from the episode:

  • Love your money and it will love you back.
  • Get a system in place to track your money that you’ll actually use.
  • Your net worth does not equal your self-worth

 
 

People & Resources Mentioned in this Episode

Xero
Lea’s Journey to Mindful Wealth Course
 


 

Lea Schodel shares how to master your money and create solid financial foundations for your business on Rock Your Goals the podcast


 


 
P.S. If you enjoyed this episode, tune in to episode 30 where Jodie Matthews shares her 5 Minute Biz Builder Tip to financial freedom.
 
+ Loving shout out to the amazing Ane Novak who created the wonderful tune “Happy Day” (the awesome intro & outro music to Rock Your Goals the podcast) which still gets me grooving in my seat every time I hear it.