169 Women, Money, and Business with Lesley Batson

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“The greatest gift is not being afraid to question.”

Ruby Dee

Who likes to talk about money?

Money and finances can be a minefield. How much should I charge? What are my costs? Do I really need this? There is a lot to contemplate!

There is a lot of advice out there, stalwarts preach that we should put money into an IRA or 401K, that we should do this or don’t do that, and not question it. But know what? That might not be the best route for you. It’s okay to trust your gut and ask more questions!

Lesley Batson of Rebel Rock Wealth joins us to discuss women, money, and business. Including myths around these topics that will surprise you.

Learn the whole truth about money and how you can get your money to work for you and the answers may surprise you. 

We’ll discuss math anxiety, triggers, and the six wealth destroyers you should watch out for.

What you’ll hear on today’s episode:

  • Lesley Batson
  • Women and Money
  • Math Anxiety
  • Triggers
  • Pricing
  • Price-it-right calculator
  • Stereotypes
  • How to keep more money
  • 6 wealth destroyers

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