Victoria Washington, founder of the global money membership The House of WE™, joins me on this episode to talk about her whole-person approach to building wealth, redefining what financial freedom looks like, and how to figure out your wealth archetype. 

She breaks down the role that filing for bankruptcy played in her wealth journey and describes when her relationship with money truly started. Victoria also highlights powerful transformations that she’s witnessed within her community that left me with goosebumps. She explains the difference between wealth embodiment and money affirmations and emphasizes the importance of affirming the action it’s going to take to pursue your dreams.  

 

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Learn more about The House of WE™: thehouseofwe.com 

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Follow Victoria: @iamvictoriawashington 

 

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Viupl Bhesania is a writer, seeker of truth, and host of Soul Wisdom Stories podcast. In our conversation, Vipul describes what guided his recent soul-searching journey and illustrates what he learned from listening in to the quiet. He highlights his experience healing in community and breaks down how he supported himself in answering the question that so many of us grapple with: Who am I? We also talk about how your definition of God tends to evolve as you do more self-inquiry work and Vipul shares his advice for anybody who’s at the beginning of their soul-searching expedition right now. 

 

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Learn more about Vipul: vipulbhesania.com 

Follow Vipul on Instagram: @vipulbhesania 

Grab a copy of Vipul’s book: Searching in Silence  

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Dr. Kate Truitt is a clinical psychologist and neuroscientist with a mind-body approach to trauma-informed healing. In our conversation, we dig into different Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) techniques and how we can heal ourselves using logical modalities. Dr. Kate highlights tools for noticing the micro-data points that we might never have learned to pay attention to, but are critical for our mind and body to be successful in the world around us. We also touch on how to course-correct automatic coping mechanisms and start facilitating social-emotional conversations with children.

 

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Learn more about Dr. Kate: drtruitt.com 

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Watch Dr. Kate on YouTube: Dr. Kate Truitt 

 

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I’m joined by author, speaker, and producer Sheri Salata. She’s the former executive producer of The Oprah Winfrey Show and co-president of Oprah Winfrey Network and Harpo Productions. Since leaving TV production, Sheri has become what she calls a “transformation doula” and provides support for people who are stepping into a new chapter of their life. 

 

Sheri opens up about what it was like to switch careers in her 50s, the importance of being your own teacher, and the power of the little practices done consistently with reverence. She shares the most valuable thing that she learned from her time with Oprah and the healing process that she went through when she wrote her memoir. Plus, she dives into the work she’s doing today, particularly the course and support group that she leads.

 

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CONNECT WITH SHERI 

Learn more on Sheri’s website: sherisalata.com 

Follow Sheri on Instagram: @SheriSalata 

Order Sheri’s book: The Beautiful No: And Other Tales of Trial, Transcendence, and Transformation 

 

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Women spend 85% of the world’s wealth, but we’re constantly being told to make unsustainable cuts to our budgets. I’m joined by Lisa Chastain, a personal finance coach with over 20 years of experience, to talk about her mission of embedding the human element into money and bringing personal finances from conceptual to conversational. 

 

We discuss why budgets don’t really work, the most helpful thing you can do to create more financial freedom, and tools for rewiring your relationship with spending. We also get into how to tackle your student loans and what Lisa thinks about web3 trends like cryptocurrency and blockchain technology. 

 

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CONNECT WITH LISA

Follow Lisa: @savvymoneywithlisa 

Learn more on her website: lisachastain.com 

Listen to Real Money with Lisa Chastain  

 

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I’m joined by Faith Ashenden, a nervous system coach, to talk about the foundations of neuroplasticity and brain training. Faith is the founder of The Health Transformation Accelerator, creator and trainer behind The Self Healing Sanctuary Membership, as well as the instructor of her signature Healing Chronic Illness: The Foundations Program. 

 

We discuss what brain training is and how it works, the importance of being intentional with your content consumption, and what it looks like to give your child authority over their own thoughts. Faith shares her top three simple techniques for getting started with brain training and highlights common challenges that she sees her clients face in this arena. We also touch on why having an optimistic and open mindset is crucial for truly healing.  

 

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Follow Faith on Instagram: @thathealingfeeling 

Check out Faith’s videos on TikTok: @thathealingfeeling 

Learn more on Faith’s website: faithashenden.com 

Listen to That Healing Feeling Podcast  

 

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I’m joined by Dr. Sarah Schewitz, Licensed Clinical Psychologist and founder of Couples Learn, a online therapy company that focuses specifically on couples therapy and attachment wounding. We talk about working through toxic behaviors in a relationship, understanding your attachment style, and her recommendations for couples who are considering starting therapy. Dr. Sarah highlights ways to address your blindspots and get curious about your own behavioral patterns both inside and outside of therapy. We also dig into signs that relationships will fail or succeed and the biggest mistakes that she sees couples make when they go to therapy. 

 

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BRIEF, TIMESTAMPED EPISODE TIMELINE/HIGHLIGHTS

( 0:44 ) Welcome back to another episode of Dear Liv! Today, Jeanette is joined by Dr. Sarah Schewitz. 

( 2:24) Dr. Sarah joins the conversation. 

( 3:03 ) Jeanette asks Dr. Sarah, “Can you tell me a little bit about Couples Learn for those who don’t know?”

( 5:16 ) Jeanette asks Dr. Sarah, “What are some of the first signs that you might be in a toxic relationship, or that you might even be the person that’s bringing some of those bad behaviors to the table?”

( 8:02 ) Jeanette asks Dr. Sarah, “Can you talk a little bit about the codependent side?”

( 12:00 ) Jeanette asks Dr. Sarah, “How do you clean up your stuff without blowing up your relationship?”

( 16:11 ) Jeanette asks Dr. Sarah, “What is it that we’re viewing our partners through when we’re picking them?” 

( 17:28 ) Jeanette asks Dr. Sarah, “Can you talk about attachment wounding?”

( 28:25 ) Jeanette asks Dr. Sarah, “When working with couples, is there ever anything that you notice that you’re like, I like this about them and I feel like they’re gonna be alright?”

( 29:52 ) Jeanette asks Dr. Sarah, “Is it true that when you guys see someone you know pretty quickly whether or not they’re gonna make it?”

( 31:50 ) Jeanette asks Dr. Sarah, “What are your thoughts on deciding, not sliding?”

( 34:23 ) Jeanette asks Dr. Sarah, “What would you say to a couple who are trying to decide how to pick a therapist? What would you recommend to them?”

( 35:28 ) Jeanette asks Dr. Sarah, “What’s the difference between couples and individual therapy?”

( 38:15 ) Jeanette asks Dr. Sarah, “What is the biggest mistake that you see couples make when they go to therapy?”

( 39:34 ) Jeanette asks Dr. Sarah, “Where can people go to learn more about working with you, about the services you offer, or just to follow you?”

Manifestation seems to be the buzzword of 2022, but what does it actually mean? I’m joined by Dev Connell, aka @thesocialmanifesto, to discuss the science behind manifestation, common misconceptions about the practice, and how to start calling in your dream life. 

 

Dev is a business coach who combines manifestation, mindset shifts, and business strategy to help women start and scale their businesses. In our conversation, she describes how she got out of her soul-crushing 9-to-5 and manifested her current career. We also chat about our meditation journeys, the power of practicing daily gratitude, and tangible ways to design your life. 

 

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Learn more on Dev’s website: thesocialmanifesto.com 

 

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BRIEF, TIMESTAMPED EPISODE TIMELINE/HIGHLIGHTS

( 0:44 ) Welcome back to another episode of Dear Liv! Today, Jeanette is joined by Dev Connell. 

( 2:28 ) Dev joins the conversation. 

( 3:25 ) Jeanette asks Dev, “Tell me about the times when you weren’t shiny and how that led you to find your practice.”

( 7:46 ) Jeanette asks Dev, “Were there books that you read? Were there people that you were following?”

( 10:43 ) Jeanette asks Dev, “There is actually neuroscience behind the habits and patterns where we’re rewiring our systems, so tell me a little bit about that.” 

( 13:18 ) Jeanette asks Dev, “What was the first thing that you manifested?”

( 17:17 ) Jeanette asks Dev, “Where would you tell a beginner to start? And a second question, is such a thing as doing it correctly?”

( 21:48 ) Jeanette asks Dev, “Do you have a journaling practice? Or do you believe in having to write these things down?”

( 26:02 ) Jeanette asks Dev, “What’s your relationship to some of the Abraham-Hicks teachings?”

( 28:24 ) Jeanette asks Dev, “If you could give someone your top couple tips, what would they be?”

( 34:12 ) Jeanette asks Dev, “Where can listeners find you?”

( 34:30 ) Jeanette asks Dev, “Is there anything that I have missed that you would love to impress upon listeners before we finish up today?”

Welcome to a new chapter of my podcast! I’m joined by Natasha Mosby, a Dear Liv Wellness Advisor and Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 20 years of experience in the mental health field. We dive into the rebrand of Dear Liv and cover the 8 Dimensions of Wellness that are at the heart of the company’s mission. We talk about developing your self-awareness, checking in with your relationship to comparison, and tools for practicing self-compassion. We also unpack our thoughts around imposter syndrome and breaking the cycle of generational trauma. 

 

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RESOURCES:

Use code LIVPOD to get a discounted rate on my Money Metrics course!

 

CONNECT WITH NATASHA 

Follow Natasha on Instagram: @healthandwellness_nsmlcsw

Visit Natasha’s website: nsmhealthandwellness.com  

 

CONNECT WITH JEANETTE

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EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS

( 0:44 ) Welcome to another episode of Dear Liv! Today, Jeanette is joined by Natasha Mosby, one of the new Dear Liv Wellness Advisors. 

( 1:37 ) Natasha joins the conversation. 

( 3:09 ) Jeanette asks Natasha, “How long did you spend working on yourself before you were like, I really need to bring this into my practice with my clients?”

( 6:27 ) Natasha introduces the 8 Dimensions of Wellness: emotional, financial, social, spiritual, occupational, environmental, intellectual, and physical. 

( 9:29 ) Jeaneatte and Natasha talk about the mind-body connection through the lens of nutrition. 

( 13:43 ) Jeanette asks Natasha, “When you realize that someone else has influenced you, how do you start to pull that out of you?”

( 17:24 ) Jeanette asks Natasha, “Do you think that people are able to see how far they’ve come?”

( 19:23 ) Jeanette asks Natasha, “What do you think when you read your old journal entries?”

( 25:27 ) Jeanette asks Natasha, “What made you move towards social work and therapy?”

( 27:39 ) Natasha and Jeanette talk about how they met and started working together on Dear Liv. 

( 33:04 ) Jeanette asks Natasha, “Do you think more men are identifying with imposter syndrome because we’re mainstreaming the conversation around mental health and wellness so they feel more comfortable getting help now?”

( 37:14 ) Jeanette shares how she came up with the name Dear Liv. 

( 43:19 ) Jeanette asks Natasha, “If you had one piece of advice to give our listeners as you talk to them about going on their self discovery journey and finding their personal power, what would you want them to feel from you right now?”

Dear Liv connects listeners seeking to live an intentional lifestyle to global voices of change. Join host, Jeanette Schneider, every week as she expands on the 8 Dimensions of Wellness with conversations and reflections from therapists, psychologists, neuroscientists, coaches, wellness experts and everyday people with big ideas to move this world forward.

Jeanette believes that the self-development of one leads to the generational social change of many. She is the founder and CEO of Liv Media and the creative mind behind the Dear Liv App. Jeanette brings her experience in finance, a fascination for socially-responsible investing, data-driven arguments and big heart to lead these soulful conversations.

Open the door to the full range of human possibility, for self, society and the world. Follow Dear Liv @dearliv.app and Jeanette @ms.jeanetteschneider.