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Author: Jen Hemphill: Motivational Money Coach

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Win the Money Battle, Focus More on What You Can Control with Garrett Philbin | HMM 152
Do you find yourself confident in most areas of your life, but when it comes to money you run to a corner a hide? You aren’t alone in this!   This week’s guest Garrett Philbin provides some insanely good insights on how you can win the money battle.    What you'll learn about in today's episode: The specific imprint his parent’s money story left on his own How he went from working in the music industry to becoming a financial coach 4 exercises you can do to help you dive deeper into your money story The significance of focusing on what you have control over and why it matters For the complete set of show notes for this episode go to   Be sure to continue to join us in more money conversations in our FREE community over here:   Enjoy this episode and want more?  Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review on iTunes:    By you doing that will help us reach more women like you.  It’s easy, here is how:    The post HMM 152: Win the Money Battle, Focus More on What You Can Control with Garrett Philbin appeared first on the Her Money Matters Podcast.   Have you not grabbed my book? You can do so by searching Her Money Matters on Amazon OR  using this link: 
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as I go to the escalator a young fellow and a lovely young girl are ahead of me. her pants, her blouse are skin-tight. as we ascend, she rests one foot on the step above and her behind assumes a fascinatin shape. the young man looks all around he appears worried, he looks at me. I look away. no, young man, I am not looking, I am not looking at your girl's behind. dont worry, I respect her and I respect you. in fact, I respect everything; the flowers that grow, young women, children, all the animals, our precious complicated universe, everyone and everything. I sense that the young man now feels better and I am glad for him. I know his problem: the girl has a mother, a father, maybe a sister or a brother, and undoubtedly a bunch of unfriendly relatives and she like to dance and flirt and she likes to go to the movies and sometimes she talks and chews at the same time and she enjoys really dumb TV shows and she thinks she's a budding actress and she doesn't always look so good and has a terrible temper and sometimes she almost goes crazy and she can talk for hours on the telephone and she wants to go to Europe some summer soon and she wants you to buy her a near-new Mercedes and she's in love with Mel Gibson and her mother is a drunk and her father is a racist and sometimes when she drinks too much she snores and she's often cold in bed and she has a guru, a guy who met Christ in the desert in 1978, and she wants to be a dancer and she's unemployed and she gets migraine headaches everytime she eats sugar or cheese. I watch him take her up the escalator, his arm protectively about her waist, thinking he's lucky, thinking he's a real special guy, thinking that nobody in the world has what he has. and he's right, terribly terribly right, his arm around that warm bucket of intestine, bladder, kidneys, lungs, salt, sulphur, carbon dioxide and phlegm. lotsa luck

Jun 10th
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