Today’s guest on the Retirepreneur Podcast is Eoywne Levine
Eowyn is a longtime massage therapist in private practice and money coach, who dreams of small-holding one day. Through a membership community, podcast, and 1-on-1 work, she helps self-employed artists, creatives, and healers master their money. Eowyn guides them in getting out of debt and saving more on irregular income and building the financial stability that fuels their creative future.
Have you or do you currently have a dysfunctional money imprint? It's ok if you do. We all may experience this from time to time in our lives.
Eowyn shares her money story and how she builds resilience during financial challenges.
Several Financial perspectives Eowyn shares are:
1) Decide on what is important
2) Build an ecosystem for yourself
3) Creating a budget - stick with it
We discuss financial resilience. Many of us in the US are...
This week’s continued BE Resilient Series touches on being REAL to oneself.
None other than Roz Dodd aka “The Real Roz” shares her story of starting out in the commercial and residential real estate business. Roz epitomizes integrity, energy, hard work and creative service in every detail of your real estate transaction. She has worked every aspect of the of industry representing sellers, buyers, and investors in the residential market.
Roz brings her witty personality, authentic and down right “REAL” self in today’s show.
Several Topics from the show:
· Do not fight discomfort – lean in and fight
· Cooking is Therapeutic
· Learning to find “oneself” after a divorce.
Many other gems can be taken from this episode. You don't won't to miss.
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This week’s episode we are continuing the BE Resilient Series. Today our theme is having Resilient Joy.
Not only is this the season, and month to show more JOY but especially as we wind down this year. We can have Resilient Joy in our lives as we begin to move into the new year to transform our lives and the lives of others.
Today’s guest is a veteran speaker, entrepreneur and educator. Denise Hart has trained and taught entrepreneurs to improve their sales and to speak powerfully from any platform. Today Denise is growing her home décor empire with her YouTube show Thrifty Fly DIY where she shares tips and how to's help homeowners make their home a custom on a budget.
Topics discussed in today’s segment:
Denise’s mantra to be more Resilient:
Episode 10 continues the conversation from the kick-off of my BE Resilient Series - 55 Days to Resiliency.
This week I share a few more of my resiliency tips.
Tip #6 Restore Yourself
Tip #7 Move toward your goals
Tip #8 Change is a process
Tip #9 Tap into your inner Strength
Tip #10 Disruptions + Distractions =Divine Detour
Tip #11 Remind yourself of who you are!
Be sure to catch the next episodes on Resiliency - I have some great guests coming up sharing how they learned to become more resilient.
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This week episode we are celebrating being thankful with award-winning author and journalist Patricia Raybon. Her personal essays on faith, family and race have been published in The New York Times Magazine, Newsweek, USA Today, Charles Stanley Ministries In Touch Ministries IN Touch Magazine.
She is currently a writer for “Our Daily Bread Ministries” and Day Spring’s (in) courage Blog. She retired as an associate profession of journalism at the University of Colorado, Boulder in 2006.
This Thanksgiving may look a bit different, but we are all still so very thankful, which relates to the Gratitude we must move into the New Paths that God often leads us
Patricia Raybon writes top rated books that dig deep into the intersection of Christian belief and everyday life-taking on tough topics, such as race, faith, family, church, spiritual struggle, and personal healing.
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This episode is in celebration of me turning the speed limit of #55. In honor of this occasion I'm sharing 55 Resiliency Tips that helped me along my journey. I will be sharing a Tip each day on my social media channels. I will also share a tip or two on each episode between now and the New Year (2021).
A few of the tips introduced this week...
BE Resilient Series Days 1 - 4
1) You don’t fail when you lose, you fail when you quit.
2) Going to Adversity School can be challenging. You graduate based upon the resiliency you endured during the program
3) We must learn to manage our own emotions around the chaos
4) Face Your FEAR with FAITH
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In this week's episode I give honor to the millions of Veterans in our Country and the Caregivers that help take care of them.
Veterans Open Enrollment begins November 9, 2020 - December 14, 2020 for the new plan year 2020.
A few highlights of this week's show:
19.5 million – The approximate number of veterans in the United States
9 million – The number of veterans over the age of 65
5.06 million – The number of veterans receiving disability compensation
2 million – The number of female veterans who make up this number
Learn more about programs to help Veterans and their caregivers.
Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers (PCAFC)
Contact the Caregiver Support Line at 855-260-3274
If you need help filling out the form, you can contact your local coordinator, or...
Are you tired of the Uncertainty? In episode 7 this week touches upon the Uncertainty we often face that stalls us into action.
Why not choose Certainty.
We all to some degree want to have some degree of predictability.
The Rearview Mirror Syndrome (RMS) by Hal Elrod is when our subconscious minds are equipped with self-limiting rearview mirror, which we continuously relive and recreate our past, making the mistake to believe that who we were is who we are.
Look thru the front window or mirror in front of you instead.
I share my 5 FOR CERTAINS points:
For Certain #1 - Knowing what you want out of life and what real matters
For Certain #2 - Know where you want to go and how to get there
For Certain #3 - Know your current money situation; what are your fixed costs and discretionary costs.
For Certain #4 - Know what type of benefits you currently have and ones you don't that you may need to consider in the future
On episode 6 Dawn Kirk shares a bit of her story of how she transitioned from Corporate America into entrepreneurship along with discussing her new book entitled, Heartbeat Leadership.
A few nuggets of how to unplug your arteries from the show...
Dawn S. Kirk shares her proven six Pulses of Heartbeat Leadership to empower leaders
Six Pulses of Heartbeat Leadership
Making important Medicare decisions for your healthcare is extremely important. This episode provides a few tips to consider for this year's Medicare Open Enrollment that begins today October 15 thru December 7, 2020.
Tip 1 - Review your own personal health care and any expected expenses that may arise next year or new prescription costs.
Check out two Medicare tools to help you review your plan options and find resources.
Tip 2 - Three ways to review various Medicare Advantage plans
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