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Patrice Washington, Steve Harvey's Money Maven

Today’s guest is Steve Harvey’s Money Maven. Since 2003, Patrice C. Washington has dedicated herself to helping the masses move away from debt to mastering their money…and she knows how to do this first hand. She was $2 million in debt not too long ago.  Patrice is a featured columnist, television commentator, radio host, author, speaker and leading authority on personal finance for women and youth. To say she is accomplished is an understatement. Each week, over 8 million listeners tune in to hear her “Real Money Answers” segment on the nationally syndicated Steve Harvey Morning Radio Show.

In our interview we discuss how Patrice amassed $2 million in debt and how she dug her way out of that massive hole, emotionally and practically. Also, I want to know how did Patrice become the Steve Harvey Money Maven?

If you’d like to learn more about Patrice visit her website or follow her on Twitter @SeekWisdomPCW.

One of my favorite quotes from the interview: “I don’t let my past financial failures dictate my future.” – Click To Tweet

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