Episode 10: Transform Your Money Story: From Anxiety to Abundance

On this episode of Radical Clarity with Yetunde Shorters, our guest Jacent Wamala shares a personal story about their journey with debt and the realization that understanding numbers is essential for financial planning. They discuss the importance of facing and dealing with financial stress, and share two simple habits that can improve one’s relationship with finances – looking at bank accounts every day and doing a mood check based on how one feels when looking at their accounts. They also delve into the topic of earning more money, discussing the speaker’s own experiences and the importance of choices made in the past.

The episode also explores the mindset and lies that individuals create around money and how identifying and understanding these lies can lead to rapid progress in achieving financial goals. Join us as we dive into a conversation about financial freedom and finding radical clarity in our relationship with money.

The Biggest Lies

The biggest obstacle are I call it the lies we tell ourselves… So the biggest obstacle is what’s not on our radar… What lies are you telling yourself at this point, that holds you back from being able to progress and oftentimes progress at an exponential rate… I think it’s those lies that are not on our radar that we justify… But when it when you’re lying to yourself to justify spending in a way that isn’t an alignment with what your greater goals are, then it’s problematic.
Jacent Wamala – LMFT, Wealth & Wellness Coach, Speaker, Author

Jacent Wamala is a licensed marriage counselor and former Vanity Therapist who has now transitioned into a money mindset coach. Her passion lies in helping women take control of their finances by utilizing psychology to rewire their mindset for success and abundance. This transformative path came about after Jacent’s own personal finance journey, where she was able to pay off a staggering $90,000 in student loan and credit card debt before the age of 30.

Through her therapy sessions, Jacent noticed that money was a significant stressors for many women, hindering their healing process from anxiety, depression, and trauma. This realization prompted her to create a bridge between women’s mental health and financial freedom, enabling them to thrive in all aspects of their lives. Jacent’s expertise lies in empowering women to make more money and she continues to inspire and guide them on their own financial journeys.

Show Notes

  • 00:00:30 Radical Clarity: Strategies, concepts, and support for self-mastery
  • 00:06:43] Scarcity ties to self-worth, affects lives.
  • 00:10:10 Awareness, acceptance, empowerment: influence what you can
  • 00:13:25 Daily habit: Check bank accounts, script feelings
  • 00:17:09 Visualization, scripting, commitment to better self, willpower.

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