Tag: money

What to Do With Your Lawyer Money with Financial Planner Sophia Bera [GWL 101]

We’re talking about money! It’s important to be educated and informed about how best to save, spend, pay off debt, and of course, play with your money.

Joining us today to chat about money is Sophia Bera, founder of Gen Y Planning. As a certified financial planner, Sophia provides affordable financial planning to our generation, Millennials. She is not your … Read More

Get Over Your Money Shame and Roadblocks with Financial Therapist Bari Tessler [GWL 61]

Bari Tessler Linden, MA, is a financial therapist, a mentor/coach, and a mamapreneur. Bari’s gentle, body-centered approach weaves together personal, couple, and creative entrepreneurial money teachings into one complete tapestry. She is the founder of The Art of Money: a global, year-long money school, which integrates Money Healing, Money Practices and Money Maps.

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Reverse Engineering the Profits and Success with Tamsen Horton [GWL 47]

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Tamsen Horton is a lawyer and business owner who helps smart proactive business owners understand the legal impact of their business decisions. She also helps equip lawyers with knowledge and confidence to rock their careers.

What we cover in this episode:

  • You’re not alone if traditional lawyering freaks you
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Mindshifts, Money, and More: We’re Stepping Our Game Up for 2016 [GWL 46]

In the last episode of the year, I am thrilled to announce the new direction of The Gen Why Lawyer Podcast! After interviewing over 45 amazingly courageous young lawyers, I’ve been inspired to finally pursue what makes me happy, both personally and professionally.

Starting January 4th, 2016, I will focus my time, energy, and podcasting efforts on things that … Read More

Be a Shark and Dominate Your Legal Marketing Efforts with Montina Portis [GWL 29]

Montina Portis went from living in a homeless shelter with a baby at the age of 19 to running a 6 figure company. In 2009, Montina started Youtube videos as a way to make friends after moving to a new neighborhood, while she worked for the largest IT financial company in the US. In 2014, she decided to walk away … Read More