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How to Deal With Financial Pressure from Family

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 A few days ago I was invited by Cape Talk to do a radio interview about Family and Money. I was asked to discuss how young South Africans can cope with the financial burdens of looking after extended family members. How can we discuss money in relationships? Check out the interview here:       PS: Women changing the world I was recently asked to be part of a speaker series run by one of my friends, Tina Kelly, in California, LA titled “Women Changing the World!” Tia’s doing a series of video interviews with women that she...

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Changing Our Beliefs About Money

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  I love to start of my coaching sessions by asking people: if money was a lover, how would your relationship look like? We’ re in a relationship with money and that relationship is determined by how we think and feel about money. Our thoughts determine Our feelings and actions towards money, we can’t think the thought: money is evil and remain objective about money. Our thoughts impact our reality The way we think and feel about money impacts the way we behave with money.    Check out the Get Your Money Right eCourse: I...

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How Your Personal Brand Impacts Your Income

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 It’s almost crunch time— the course promotion only has 3 more days left! Remember this is a one-time only offer – 75% off for the life time access to the course. It’s been such a fun time, and I’m overwhelmed by the support I received. I want to send a HUGE THANK YOU if you signed up for the course and/or helped spread the word. And if you haven’t checked out any of the course videos then I really suggest you click through to take a look at lesson 9. You can still help me with my mission to get 50 students in my course in 12...

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How to Adopt New Financial Behaviors

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  I’m humbled by the responses to “Get Your Money Right” so far. It’s already captured the interest of the Institute of Real Estate Agents in South Africa and they are going to be promoting it as well (*EXCITEMENT). Click on this link to preview lesson 5and see what everyone’s raving about. Here are some of the reviews the eCourse has received so far: 1) “Vangile, myself and three of my staff have viewed Lesson 1 and we are all in agreement that this is a course that needs to get out there…” ~ Debbie Spencer 2) “This is...

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Get Your Money Right

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 I’ve finally finished the “Get Your Money Right” eCourse I’ve been writing and talking about! Today is the official launch day, and I’d like you to join me in celebrating! In honour of the launch of the course, I’m offering the course for a 75% discount until Sunday 11:59 pm EST, September 1st. So instead of USD699 (ZAR6,999) you will pay USD 175 (ZAR1,750) but only until Sunday 11:59 pm EST, September 1st. It really is THE Emotional Intelligence Bootcamp for Personal Finance. I really want to get the word out there and have 50...

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What If You Had No Bank Cards & Lived Only On Cash?

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 I have some awesome news: Sanlam, will be sponsoring the Wealthy Money blog! Don’t worry I won’t be giving out any of your email details to them. Your details will always be private. My goal of growing the mailing list is on track.  What if you received your entire salary in coins? Yeah, that actually happened in South Africa this month! I was recently asked by Sanlam to comment on their One Rand Man Campaign (now you know why I’m sharing this – shameless self-promotion), which is a campaign where a man gives up all his bank and...

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The Difference Between Good Debt & Bad Debt

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 I was recently asked by a journalist if there was such as a thing as good debt? I asked my financial advisor, Chenine Gouws, what she thought below is the response she sent to me by email (Or just scroll down to watch my video response): Chenine’s Response: So called Good debt is when debt is made that will result in a growth in value or will generate long-term income. Student Loans Used to pay for a university education is the perfect example of good debt. They generally have a very low interest rates compared to other types of debt. A...

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How to Pay Off Your Debt Quickly

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  In the past few posts, I’ve been talking about the course and all videos I’m shooting etc. Today I’d love to give you a sneak preview of one of the lessons.  It’s titled How to Pay Off Debt Quickly. In the last 5 years I’ve paid off 2 student loans (undergrad and an extra loan for grad school), 3 credit cards and several loans from friends and family. In this lesson I’ll be sharing how I pulled off such a feat and will also be teaching how to create a step by step debt repayment plan or debt elimination strategy. I...

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How to Deal With Financial Guilt & Shame

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The eCourse is almost done. I have officially shot 30 videos for the course and have received some amazing feedback on them. So I’m very excited to share all that in a week or 2 when the course launches. I have received so many responses to the newsletters lately that I want to say thank you to everyone for the continued support and I know many have asked me to address specific questions in my videos. I will do so in a few weeks once I’m done with the launch of the course, I promise. In the mean time I’d like to share with you,...

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How to do an Abundance Meditation

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I’m always getting questions from people asking: How do I create abundance? I’ve come to realize that abundance is a mindset. In 2013 I shot a video on an abundance meditation that I made up and do to remind myself just how vast the world is and how much choice there really is. Let me know your thoughts on the...

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