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Kate Northrup, Author of Money: A Love Story

Kate Northrup is the author of Money: A Love Story, Untangle Your Financial Woes and Create The Life You Really Want (Hay House, 2013). She and her work have been featured on the Today show, Yahoo! Finance, the Huffington Post, and many more. She mentors entrepreneurs in creating financial freedom. Kate is a tremendous source of financial wisdom.

During our interview she describes the importance of identifying what we value in our lives and how that translates into a stronger, more committed relationship with your money. She shares the crystallizing financial moment in her childhood when her parents got divorced … plus the spending missteps in her 20s that she admits she took because she wanted to look more successful than she actually was. I love Kate for being so honest with us in this interview. And I think you’ll appreciate her as well.

To learn more about Kate, you can visit www.katenorthrup.com. She’s also on Twitter @katenorthrup.

Our favorite quote from the interview: “I think that our relationship with time can be very similar to our relationship with money.” – Click to tweet

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