Kate Saffle is a life coach for moms, host of the Streamlined Motherhood Podcast, and a mama of 3. She coaches moms on how to use mindset and brass tacks strategy to create a happier and more purposeful life for themselves and their families.
We talk about how Kate went from feeling stuck, disconnected, and disillusioned as a mom to creating and living her dream life today.
Today, Kate runs her business that supports her family, right out of their RV! Learn the exact steps and mindset strategies Kate adopted to make her dream an everyday reality.
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Hi and welcome to The Financially Free Woman Podcast! I’m Sharon and I’m the creator of this non-financial, financial podcast about money and how money affects the work you do, the relationships you have and your ideas about freedom. This podcast is all about discovering who you really are and what you’re meant to be doing with your talents. This, to me, is your path to financial freedom - where you get to spend time doing what you love, get paid for it, and make a difference in the world. In this podcast, I also interview women who are doing exactly that - making a living with their passions, because you CAN have passion and profit. I do this in the hope that it inspires you to take the steps to turn your passions into profit. Thank you for joining me on this exciting journey. Let’s get started!
Hello everyone. And welcome to another episode of the financially free woman podcast. Today. I have a very special guest with us. Her name is Kate Saffle and Kate Saffle is a life coach for moms. She's the host of the streamline motherhood podcast and a mama of three. She coaches moms on how to use mindset and brass texts strategy to create a happier and more purposeful life for themselves and their families. She believes that every woman is capable of creating a happier life, no matter her circumstances. And she loves showing up as the way. Kate and her family are currently living her dream, traveling the United States full time in an RV, uh, searching for the best beaches and coffee shops along the way. That definitely sounds like a dream. And that's the reason why I had Kate on the show. So excited to have you here with us Kate. Welcome.
Thank you so much. I'm so honored to be here.
And let's just really get into your story. It's kind of just so for our listeners, I learned about Kate through some Memphis difference podcast, and she talks a little bit about how she transitioned into this life that she's living now. And since this podcast is all about sharing stories about how different women, different moms creating the life they, they love and living their dream life and just figuring out how to make it work. I just had Kate on the show to share your story. So, Kate, would you like to introduce yourself or what you're doing now, how you ended up doing what you're doing now?
Yeah, I would love to. So I'm Kate Saffle and I'm a life coach for moms. And before I stepped into this role created my own business. I was really in this in-between stage of being a working from home mom, I felt very stuck. I really struggled with what my purpose even was, even though I loved my kids and I loved being with them. I always had this feeling that something was missing. And so for about 5 years, I was really searching for what would create fulfillment for me, what was the direction of my life. And I began to craft this vision in which we were spending more time together as a family, and we would be traveling. And as I started to pursue that passion, it really led to a platform of supporting other women in doing the same and pursuing their own dreams and their own purpose. And so this past fall, actually my family and I hit the road and we started traveling full time and it has just been the most incredible adventure and I really have my business to sank for making that possible.
So tell us a little bit more about that business. I mean, you said that you started off as a work from home mom and how old are your kids now? Just so people have an idea.
Yeah. Yeah. So my oldest is 10 and I have a seven year old and a newly four year old boy. And before I started coaching, I actually worked in academia because I was a humanities professor, which was great and I loved it, but I really found that supporting other moms has become just my passion in life.
Yeah. So, and that sounds like from what you were describing was through a process of inner reflection and because you talked about how you visualized having this life and how did you go from a professor to visualizing this? And I'm so curious to know how you make it work with three kids. I have to myself, the teenagers. So I don't know if that makes it easier or harder. I don't know, but I just want to know how you make, how do you do make that transition because it's kind of like completely different lifestyle and how do you do it with kids? That's when I was like dying to know,
Oh my goodness. Okay, well, there's a couple of layers to this. So how I made the jump from being a professor to becoming a life coach is that I really did enjoy it at work, but I began to find less and less satisfaction with it. And I did a lot of soul searching. I began working with a life coach myself several years ago. And at that time I was really thinking of how could I take my education background and use it to really serve other women? And so I thought, Oh, I should have a blog or maybe I'll have a podcast. I didn't really quite know. And my coach was like, you would make a really great coach. And I thought, Oh, this is just the silliest idea, but it really stuck with me. And the more I thought about it and I thought about my skills and my strengths, the more it made sense. And at the same time, I was really pursuing this idea of living with less and minimalism and really living by our values as a family and for my entire adult life, my husband and I got married very young. So we were like 22 and 23. We were always feeling very stretched. We were working all the time. We were two ships passing in the night, so we hardly saw each other. And then on the weekends, we felt like we were just trying to clean up the mess from the week, right?
Like do all the house projects and get caught up on the shopping and the laundry and our kids were little. And we just thought, Oh, this isn't the way that we want to do life. And so we had heard of other families who had really downsized and simplified to create the time and space to be together as a family. And so we thought we should try this. We should travel the country. We can see all these places. We've always dreamed of saying we can do it as a family. And this really meant having portable jobs. And so, as you can imagine, those pieces started to fall into place. And my husband had always worked jobs that required him to be stationary. And so really for this to work, my business had to get to a place where it could support a family. And so you share, and you had mentioned the visualization and that's really where that came into place is using visualization or the idea of imagining an outcome that we're, we weren't currently living in. It was very different from our current reality, imagining that in such a clear way, that it provided us the momentum and the action steps to get to that desired outcome of traveling full-time as a family. So last September, my husband quit his job and my business was at a place to support our family. And that's how we made it work. Now you'd also ask how do we make it work with three kids is a really tight and a small space. Our RV is about 35 feet long, and we also have a dog. So as you can imagine, it's like chaotic, it's messy. I take coaching calls into my vehicle, but we make it work because we love this life so much.
What about this life? You say you love it so much. What about it that you really like and love about this life? Can you share with us because for us here in Singapore, it's kind of, um, I don't know how much you know about Singapore where city state very, very small. I think I'm not even sure where the size of New York city. Maybe, maybe slightly bigger. I don't know. So it's, it's very foreign probably if I've gotten a local. Yeah. Can you paint it out for us? What it's like and what is it you love so much about it.
Yeah. So in the United States, we have so much land, right? It's just so incredibly vast. And we have these incredible national and state parks that we can visit. And so if you could just imagine what it would be like to take your RV, your little home on wheels and to go park it in the most beautiful place, whether that's next to the ocean or in the mountains. And I really love being able to get up in the morning and step right out the door and be able to see the sunrise over just the most beautiful places I personally love the ocean. And so before we started traveling full time, we were living in a city and I couldn't really see the sunrise or the sunset because of the horizon line with buildings and houses and trees and all of those things. I couldn't actually see the horizon line, but I would imagine being able to wake up and watching the sunrise over the ocean and feeling the sand between my toes and having this really slow life where we could just go relax outdoors or go for a hike. And then that would be possible. That felt like the most luxurious way of doing life for us.
And how did you go? Because when you talk about visualization, for those of us who are people who may be, it's the first time they're hearing it, how does one get started? Because sometimes we'll hear things like, I don't even know what I want, or it could be some very vague idea because hearing you the way you describe it, it's right down to the littlest detail, like the sand in between your toes, you know, that feeling and that sensation of that. If someone's just starting out, trying to, like you say, try to imagine the kind of ideal life that they want. How would they start if they had no clue?
Yeah. That is such a good question. And I get so many clients that they do feel really stuck, and they think like, I don't actually know what I want. I don't know where we're heading as a family. And I really recommend just starting to pay attention to little bread crumbs of the things that excite you and to help you to feel like lit up inside. Like, if you've ever had that sensation of like the butterflies, I'm trying to think of how else to describe that. It's like the little, like shoot of lightening in your body of like, Ooh, this feels good. And this is exciting. And I'm curious and interested. Those kinds of emotions are your signals that something is meant for you.
And so if you don't quite know yet where it is that you're heading, just start to pay attention to what lights you up. Just make little notes, things that interest you. And if you pay attention, they will become more and more clear. And eventually you will have so much more clarity on where it is that you're heading in your life. And of course, like bringing in your values and thinking about your skillsets, those things help too. But sometimes when we're talking about visualization and trying to create that picture, it really boils down to how you are feeling in your body. And you're using that to help you create that forward movement.
Yeah. I was actually just going to ask you that as well. So it's great that you brought it up in terms of how it feels. Sometimes it can get confusing between excitement and fear. Do you ever have people who ask you, how do I, because you know, the thing is we're always bogged down with, we'll have an idea of something that might sound really exciting. And then very quickly after that, you'll have the fear come in. Like it's not going to work. I've got kids back and school and all of that. So when I hear you describe to take notes about things that excite us, I'm just immediately coming to mind is when we are getting ready to go on a holiday, you know, that kind of build up and then you're packing you during the research. Okay, we're going to go here then the other it's really exciting. Right. So that I know then to then think, Oh, that's going to be my life then immediately, right after that, I'm been thinking, yeah, well, I've gotten like the mortgage. I got a house. I got mom, I got kids. I got, yeah. So how do you, how do you work through all of that? And then be able to feel in your body that this is the right thing, versus maybe this is just my fear, trying to hold me back. How do you work through that?
Oh, that is such a good question. So excitement and fear. They both manifest in the body very similarly, but I would say those are both emotions that start in your mind based on what you were thinking. So we can make ourselves feel excited about something we can make ourselves feel very scared about something. So I actually recommend not going by the, either of those emotions paid attention to when they come up so that you have that awareness, excitement can be really helpful initially, but inevitably excitement often wears out. Like it doesn't stay consistent. So if we're trying to build a life or build a business on excitement, we're more likely to get burnt out, worn out because it's impossible to stay excited. Long-term about any one thing. It can be the spark that gets things going, but you don't want to rely on that emotion. So instead, what I really recommend looking for is a calm certainty. It's almost like I'm married. And with my husband, I remember thinking at the time when we were dating, I just had this thought, like, I just know I'm going to marry him. And it was just this calm, certainty. This deep knowing inside of this is what's going to happen. This is where my life path is going. And that emotion right there, if you can identify what that feels like in your body, that is a really good indicator that you are on the right path.
Hmm. Yeah. And that probably will require some practice in terms of getting tuned in. And have you ever had, have you ever had, like when you were doing this work trial and error and then making a you having to go through a detour or make thinking it was that calm and confident and knowing, and then going down a path and realizing maybe, maybe I need to kind of adjust. Have you ever had clients or yourself go through that?
Yes. Yes, totally. I think I've, I've been pretty clear on my path and what it is I am creating, but I've had so much doubt. And even before we left to travel full time, I started having a series of panic attacks because my body and my mind were really fighting me because making this leap to supporting my family and seeing my business in a new light was really pushing me out of my comfort zone. And that created a lot of doubt. Am I doing the right thing? Should we be taking our kids and traveling around the country, especially during a pandemic. Right. That was a pretty unusual thing to do. And so, yeah, of course, like whenever those feelings would come up, I would think to myself, I don't know, is this right? Should I change course, should we slow down? Should we not do this? But I would just go back to my vision and use that as an anchor to help me to keep taking that forward action.
Yeah. And that's kind of the thing self-doubt, I think so many of us go through it and that really can just stop us in our tracks. And you made a few references. I just want to talk a little bit and talk also about, since you mentioned self-doubt you talked about your business, you need it to make sure that your business was in a position to be able to support your family so that you could do this. So what was that like? Because you know, of course this is the financially free woman podcast, so of course we'll talk about the money side of things. Yeah. So, because you talked about how both of you were in kind of like the traditional jobs and your husband was in a job where he could not really move and you were, I guess, building up your business, how did you get it from where they're at home mom, professor husband, working in a fixed location to now getting to a point where your business is kind of sustaining this dream lifestyle.
Yeah, such a good question. So I have been coaching for a couple of years and I always had a couple of clients at a time, like two, three at the most, and I never could seem to get past that. And part of it was that I really didn't myself as a CEO or a business owner. I hadn't made that identity shift yet. And so last spring, probably around February or March of 2020, I got very serious and I really up-leveled my self concept or how I thought about myself. And also what I thought was possible for me and for my business and for my family. But here's the thing I, my oldest daughter at the time was dealing with an illness that had come on quite suddenly. And it was related to our home. Our house had mold in it, it was making her sick and we realized that we needed to be out of our home by the time our lease, our rental lease was up in August. And so that really put a fire under me to grow my business very quickly. And so I showed up completely differently in it. I worked on every inch of my business. I sought out business mentors to help me to grow.
And thankfully my husband was very much on board with making the shift as well. He really believed in me, but here's the wild thing, Sharon, is that we really had no evidence like financial evidence that I could support a family. And I mean, even just weeks before my husband quit his job, I mean, I finally got up to, I think about eight clients. I signed five in about a two week period, but at that point he had already put in his two weeks notice. So it really was like leaping before there was a net and thankfully the net appeared and I've been able to sustain five figure months and my business since last August. Thank you. But yeah, it really was the combination of like the vision we saw for our family and then having our daughter who was sick and knowing we needed to get out of that rental house to help improve her health. That really, really pushed me to make it happen quickly. I was inspired.
Yeah. Yeah. And so it was lit. I mean, this is really a leap of faith, isn't it? Yeah. It sounds like.
I know, I think people were like, what are you doing? Actually, my husband had a good friend who said, why are you going to quit your job and let your wife support the family? Like you shouldn't do that because at least here in the States, it's very much a cultural norm that a man is the one who is the primary income in the family. And so my husband got a little bit of kickback from that, but inevitably it has worked.
Yeah. And I just want it to go a little bit deeper with that. When you said the way you showed up differently, you thought about the business mentors, but when you said that you really worked on your business, like what exactly does that mean on kind of like the most detailed level that you comfortable?
Of course. So I'm really big into mindset. I prioritize mindset over strategy in my business, which may sound a little odd, but what we are thinking and believing is what creates our outcomes. So I really thought about the thoughts and the ideas I would hold if I was a six-figure earner, right. If I was making a hundred thousand plus a year, how would I be thinking, how would I be feeling? And from that place, how would I then show up in my business? So I made sure that the actions that I took aligned with that version of myself, that I was trying to become.
Hm. I was going to say, how was that different? So like it before and the after, how did that look differently in terms of how you showed up as a six-figure business owner?
Yeah. Well, before I did that mindset work, I had a thought, a lot of thoughts like this just isn't possible. I don't know if I'm cut out for this. I don't know if I can handle having a business and taking care of my kids. Maybe this just isn't for me, maybe I'm not a great coach, right? Thoughts like that. So then if you imagine, if a person is thinking that, and they're feeling discouraged and disappointed and self doubt and uncertainty, and you're in that emotional state, and then you go to take action, you write a post on Instagram, you send an email, you go on a consult and you're believing that it's not possible for you. That is the result that you then create. So I began to shift a set slide. This is just who I am. This is how I show up. I am a six figure coach. I have a completely full client roster. I would visualize the clients that I was coaching. I would express gratitude for them ahead of time. And so then I was able to shift into the emotions of like certainty and confidence and commitment and love and gratitude. And that gave me the assurance that when I went on social media or I showed up in my Facebook group, or I hosted a live, I was speaking as if I was already a fully booked coach. And it was that energy that then invited people to come in and work with me.
So good. I love that so much. And that's not something that people will typically thing to do first. It's kind of always the first strategy without really paying attention to all of these things that you've just talked about in terms of the mindset stuff, because the mindset stuff is not something tangible that we can see, so we don't believe it. Right. Yeah, totally. So, so good. I liked that so much. I had this other question, because then you talked about when you were talking about the self doubt about the kid, it's like, could you do this with kids? So like now you said your eldest is 10. I hope this is kind of like selfish question, but what are you doing? Like in terms of like school and all of that, is it because in the States you are all like, just home schooling at this time.
You know what, at this point, a lot of kids are back in school. So public schools are open back up. We are choosing to homeschool because we can do that on the road or wherever we're living and have a little bit of control or say in our children's education. It's just a lot more relaxed and fun. I actually taught high school for a period of time. So I'm very familiar with the educational system and it, and it is wonderful. It's just really nice to be able to be a little bit more hands-on.
Wow. So you do the business, you're traveling around the world and you're homeschooling your kids. Where do you, how do you, how do you do your time? How do you manage your time around all of this?
It can get really messy and a little bit crazy. And we've had to relax a lot of expectations and be comfortable with things not being perfect, but we've worked out a like a daily rhythm or a routine that works for all of us. And my husband is not working right now. So he is homeschooling the kids, he's cooking the meals, he's mostly cleaning. And then I'm pitching in and helping in between clients. I might sit down and do a reading lesson with one of my daughters or read a book to my four year old. And we've also really worked as a team, as a family, to all have responsibilities in the home to make it functional. Because again, when you live in an RV, it can get so messy and so crazy really quickly, right. If you can just imagine kids with their toys and their books and their blankets and stuffed animals. And so the kids have learned that if they don't want the home, they feel very chaotic that they need to help pick up. So that has been very helpful.
Wow. So does that mean you literally, you're always in the RV. I mean, that's really the home, or do you have like a base camp station or something where you actually go into a stationary house or there's none of that stationary house at all?
Yeah, we do not have a home.
Well, your homes, the RV,
We have an RV. I do not have like a, a stationary home or a place like we really are.
Wow. In front of you. Imagine that. So, I mean, I know people who are listening to this can't see, but because Kate and I were on a video call, I can see the background. Are you in your RV right now?
No, I'm totally cheating right now. I'm actually at a hotel, a business training that I'm doing. So I am stretching out and I have a bathtub and a very large bed and it is just so wonderful. Oh, cool. But I think that's just part and parcel of something that you could, there's an opportunity, isn't it? Like you get the, you get to actually do this and the hotel facility and all of that. So I just really like how you are creating it in your own unique way to make it work.
So that's so cool. So I just needed to ask just because I can see kind of like a stove top. I was like, wow, that's really cool. Um, yeah. So if you now look back to where all that you've done to, when you first started out to where you are now, what would you say will be maybe lessons learned or maybe things that you may have done differently or not that you would like to share with our listeners who might actually be at that point in their, whether it's their work or their lives, where they want to make a change? I mean, what lessons could you share with them?
Hmm. Oh yeah. That's a really good question. I can think of a couple off the top of my head, the first one, which I think I said just a few minutes ago, but it's just a relaxed, your expectations for yourself, for your family, for your home. Because when we are trying to grow something like a business, you can't prioritize everything or you will burn yourself out and you will be exhausted and you won't be able to show up as your best self. So there may be a season of time where you have to let a few things go, maybe your laundry piles up, or the dishes aren't clean after every single meal or you're getting takeout food or whatever it is that helps to support you so that you can put that extra energy into growing your business. And then the other thing that I really struggled with a lot early on was just trusting myself and believing in myself and this really tired me out and slowed me down because I was always wrestling with, am I doing the right thing? Can I do this? And being able to develop that self-trust and having your own back and just believing that what you want really is possible because it is right. If you're listening to this podcast and you have a vision, it is absolutely possible for you. So if you can like skip those steps of not trusting yourself, it'll go so much more smoothly and be more enjoyable for you I'm the process. Cause I really stressed myself out for big parts of the journey.
What did you do to kind of learn, to trust yourself? Things that you learn? Because I'm listening to this, I'm like, Hmm, I can relate because sometimes it's, well, first of all, we, sometimes I speak for myself. Sometimes I'm not even aware that I'm already into self doubt because those thoughts that just enter your head and you're already kind of spending time and energy, massaging it, encouraging more of it. And it kind of takes even that moment of consciousness. And self-awareness to say, Hey, wait, this is self-awareness. I mean, this is self doubt. So I'm just thinking for people who will say, yeah, well, yeah, I know that's what I'm supposed to do, but I just can't help it. I'm still feeling a lot of self doubt. It's the contrast myself. I don't have the belief in the faith. What would you say would be things people could do to what you did maybe to help you overcome that?
Yes. Yeah. Well, you named one of them, which is to have that awareness of what is happening in your brain and being able to name it like, yeah. Okay. I'm doubting myself right now. I'm kind of picking on myself. I'm not being very kind and just calling it out, naming what's happening instead of treating it like truth. Because so often we have thoughts in our mind and we're like, yep, yep. I'm a big loser. I'm going to fail. I'm no good.
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And we just think that that is fact, and it's not. So the more that you can introduce some kind self-talk, this is a practice. It's something I've had to work at. I don't have the nicest inner voice. And so I've had to really develop that and learn to talk to myself with kindness. And then the other thing that I really recommend is to know the facts. So to get other evidence that helps you to see yourself in a positive light. So when were you able to succeed in the past? When have you been proud of yourself? Have you always been able to figure it out? Right? My guess is that you have right. We all have that resiliency inside of ourselves. So you want to look for those examples versus the examples of when you failed your brain is going to be tuned in to looking for all the ways that you do things wrong. Your job is to train it, to look for everything that you are doing, right?
Yeah. That's great advice. So the first step is to pay attention, I guess, to how you'd like to say to yourself in the voice and then try to Cain that inner voice. Yeah. So I've got to ask this question. I asked this to all of my guests because we're on the financially free woman podcast. And what's your definition of financial freedom.
Yeah, it is. For me, it is having the ability to make choices for my family that aligns with both our highest selves and our deepest held values. So I just want to be able to live a life that feels very true to our legacy and having financial freedom is what really allows that to be possible.
Yeah. And the, and you're doing that now, daily living that life that you, your dream life and make it work financially, even, I think that's kind of the thing that holds people back from wanting pursue a lift that life that they want. It's kind of always the financial part of it. They might worry about whether it will work.
so normal. I mean, we all worry about that. I still worry about it. I mean, I'm, I'm supporting my family and we're doing well, but those worries will always come up. And it's what you do with those worries that really matters most.
And what do you, how do you deal with those worries when they come up? Cause I'm thinking you're doing your five figure months and you aware it too. So how do you, how do you deal with those worries?
Yeah. Yeah. Well it kind of like the example we gave with the self-doubt right. I would just pull up the evidence. I look at everything that is working. I look at what I've created and then I basically give myself a pep talk and I say, Hey, okay, you're thinking that this isn't working, but actually it really is. And do you have evidence that everything is working in your favor? And usually that in itself is enough to calm me down and put those old money stories to rest so that I can keep going on doing what I love.
Yeah. Okay. That's great advice. I have one last final question I didn't get to ask earlier, but I'm just remembering about it now, which was something that was mentioned in your bio, in the introduction, what is brass texts strategy.
Yeah, that is such a good question. So when I think of brass tax strategy, I'm thinking of the basic shifts and habit changes that we can make that will support us in being productive without burning ourselves out. So, you know, I work with moms so often that includes things like working on their daily schedules, helping them to figure out what they can let go of what they can say no to and what they want to say yes to anything that has to do with the kids and managing the household. Because when we take care of those pieces, then we free up more mental space to work in our businesses and to really thrive.
Okay. So question has been answered. I had that in the back of my head, I've been wanting to ask you Kate, that this has been, I think, a really valuable top. I mean, it's not a very long one, but I think you gave some really, really practical and actionable tips and advice to something that sometimes can be very like nebulous and intangible because it's about the mindset and it's about how do I stop the self doubt and how do I visualize? So I think you made it very, very, like very practical and things that people can start to do. Like today, after listening to this podcast, they can really start to pay attention to how they're talking to themselves, collecting the evidence of what's worked before. So I really am very grateful that you are so generous in sharing your experience and your expertise before we kind of end off the chat. Is there anything that feel like we should talk about that you wanted to leave our listeners with? Just, just to make sure that the interview is complete?
Yeah. The only thing that I can think of is just that if you have an idea for the life that you want to create, if you have a vision for yourself and for your business, trust that it has come to you for a reason and it is yours to pursue, this is your path. So don't give up, it is worth it.
Yeah. So stay on the, kind of like the journey and be led by sometimes we don't know the whole full way, but like you said earlier, I was, I'm just kind of drawing in what you said early on, which is to pay attention to how it feels, right. It's certain, it's a knowing and then just kind of keep going. Right.
And really, it is just at the end of the day when it comes to business, it really is just the consistency of continuing to show up and to do the work believing in what you're creating. And that is what ultimately will create a successful business and a financially free life.
Also good. Yeah. Thank you so much, Kate for that. Um, and such a nice way to end off the interview. So thank you very much. And we will include all the links, how to connect with Kate in the show notes. And so you, if anyone was interested to find out a little bit more about what Kate does, how Kate helps moms, please go and check out the links that are, have included in the show notes. So thank you so much again for your time, Kate. I really enjoyed our chat. Thank you.
Same as well. Thank you so much.
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The Financially Free Woman Podcast was launched in November 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic to share the stories of everyday people making a living doing what they love. While training her students in leadership and mental resilience, Sharon noticed the rising level of financial stress and anxiety experienced by many of her students. It dawn on Sharon that this was an opportunity for her to share how she overcame her own financial anxieties triggered by her personal experience with a 6-figure business debt and being let go from her job as the family's primary breadwinner. She began sharing everything she learned about mastering not just the practical side of money but also her mindset around money. Through this work, Sharon began meeting and building a community of women creating and living their dream lives. The Financially Free Woman Podcast is a collection of stories, practical tips and strategies to help you discover your passions, and use them to make a lucrative living. Imagine a life where you spend your time doing what you love and getting paid well for it! That's exactly what these women featured on the podcast are doing and they tell you how! Get inspired and start creating your own your dream life!