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Belinda Rosenblum, President of

Joining me today is Belinda Rosenblum, a CPA wealth expert and self-proclaimed “Chief Money Motivator.” She runs her own company,, which specializes in helping corporate professionals and entrepreneurs take charge of their money. Her goal is to lead a movement that will change people’s perspectives on money and transform the way we are thinking, feeling, and acting about our money. She is also the co-author of a book entitled, “Self-Worth to Net Worth: 12 Keys to Creating Wealth Inside and Out,” which provides a step-by-step approach to help build financial self-esteem. She’s also offering So Money listeners her free 10-day course to help any of you out there listening to get out of debt. How generous! It’s called the DitchYourDebtChallenge and So Money listeners can get the course by visiting .

Three takeaways from our interview:

  • Struggling with money avoidance when Belinda was young and how she combatted it.
  • The moment Belinda realized she had the intuition and experience to lead others to a place of financial fulfillment and turning, as her book describes, their self-worth into great net-worth.
  • How she teaches clients to filter out any external pressure to live their lives a certain way and really figure out what THEY want in their lives.

If you would like to learn more about Belinda Rosenblum, visit her website and follow her on Twitter @OwnYourMoney.

One of my favorite quotes from the interview: “Financial stability doesn’t mean you have to have a paycheck job. ” – Click to Tweet

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