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Jul 1, 2018

In this episode of the Self Care Passport podcast, host Janae Fletcher interviews Nicole Cooley, who teaches her clients how to manage their money in a way that fits into their values as well as their budget. Learn more about Nicole’s concept of “intentional spending” where your financial numbers tell your story and unlock your money mindset that could be holding you back.

 

Show Notes:

  • Intentional spending enable people to focus their spending budgets in a responsible manner instead of spending for the sake of it. 
  • Money mindset starts with recognizing that you have choices.
  • The first step of intentional spending is to start working with your numbers.
  • Small achievable changes are better than a huge overall change.
  • Money date, with wine maybe, to talk about financial planning that both people are aware of beforehand.
  • Language is powerful, we can talk things into reality with an abundance mindset.
  • Where are you overspending and where can you prioritize to do more, whether it is business or self-care.
  • Juicing helps with health, energy, and reconnecting with your creativity.

 3 Key Points:

1.Intentional spending helps people break out of wasteful habitual spending habits.

2.Positive language that conveys an abundant mindset can help you talk things into reality, instead of a scarcity mindset which is limiting by just claiming “I can’t afford that.”

3.Where am I overdoing it? Where am I not doing enough?

 

Tweetable Quotes:

-“I coined the term “intentional spending” through my own personal journey and what I saw with my clients in that, a lot of the way we spend our money and buy things and interact with our money in the world—we are doing it unconsciously. A lot of waste happens.”– Nicole Cooley.

-“It doesn’t matter how much money you have. It’s just such a great act of self-care to know where it is and how it’s allotted.” – Janae Fletcher.

-“Small sustainable changes are much more important than one great overhaul.” – Nicole Cooley.

 

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