PODCAST & BLOG

PODCAST & BLOG

“There’s no one right way to do money,” says Chelsea Brennan. That’s right, this week we are talking about how to improve your money mindset with the founder of Smart Money Mamas, Chelsea Brennan. Money is a topic many find challenging, and it’s a topic we’ve explored a few times on the show already. As you know, I love uncovering the various ways we can approach personal development, and this week it’s all about how we manage, think about, and invest our money. 

An ex-hedge fund manager turned financial educator, Chelsea is dedicated to changing the way we talk about money, helping moms connect with all aspects of their money in a way that lets them overcome emotional blocks, identify what they most want, and create healthy money habits that help them achieve their biggest goals.  We’ll be discussing several of those topics and more in this week’s episode. 

Featured topics:

  • What is money or abundance mindset and why it matters (4:19)
  • Building a financial legacy, investments, and long-term equity: “You have all the skills and resources to earn all the money you will ever need.” (18:48)
  • Advice for SAHMs who don’t work outside the home and their partners typically take care of the finances (39:46)

Resources:
Book Andrea to speak at your next live or virtual event!
Chelsea’s website
Chelsea on Instagram
Make Some Noise (book)
Family Emergency Binder
Episode 447: Relationship series: The Division of Labor in Relationships with Laura Danger

Book recommendations:
I love a good personal development book, and you do too, right? I’ve compiled a list of book recommendations, as mentioned in past episodes. Check out these amazing book recommendations here. Happy reading!  

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Chelsea is the founder of Smart Money Mamas and its monthly membership community, the Motivated Mama Society. An ex-hedge fund manager turned financial educator, she is dedicated to changing the way we talk about money, helping moms connect with all aspects of their money in a way that lets them overcome emotional blocks, identify what they most want, and create healthy money habits that help them achieve their biggest goals. All while modeling positive money relationships for the next generation. Chelsea lives in Connecticut with her husband (a rockstar stay-at-home dad) and two young and energetic boys.