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Learn how you can grow your wealth by changing your money mindset and improve your habits. Jen Hemphill from Her Money Matters also shares how to work together as a couple when you have different money styles.
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Improving Money Mindsets and Habits
Our habits can make or break on finances. Do you pay yourself first and set aside money each paycheck for personal savings or investing?
With busy lives, it’s easy to miss some things. And as important as savings is, let’s be honest – it doesn’t usually show up on our to do lists.
But if we are in the habit of saving – either by automating or manually moving that money, we’re going to build wealth.
So if you’re looking to change your habits and improve your mindset with money, Jen Hemphill is here to help.
In this episode we’re going to get into:
- how we pick up our money habits
- dealing with differences within a marriage
- how you can be motivated to handle your finances better
Her Money Matters with Jen Hemphill
While some struggle with saving money, it was a habit she developed early.
Please check her out along with the Her Money Matters podcast at JenHemphill.com.
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