The 3 biggest mistakes female entrepreneurs make with money

Are you adding time to the clock on your financial freedom or are you excelling it? 

Check out this video to see the most common mistakes female entrepreneurs make with money and how you can fix them:

xoxo, Gwen

P.S. Whenever you’re ready… here are 3 ways I can help you grow your financial literacy: 

1. Join Inspired and Ready For More and connect with women who are ditching debt and designing their own life. It’s our new Facebook community where women learn to get out of debt, find their purpose and design a life they love — 

2. Ditch your Debt quickly by using the same course that helped me pay down $50,000 in debt in 10 months here. 

3. Join our implementation program and be a case study: I’m putting together a new coaching case study group this month for 10 ambitious women. If you’d like to work with me on your finances and creating an easy to follow financial independence plan, just email me with the subject  “Case Study” to see if it's a fit.

work less, accomplish more

work less, accomplish more
Wouldn't it be great if you could work less and accomplish more? Like duh, yes!

If you're like me, you probably love crossing things off your to-do list, but sometimes that sense of accomplishment can be fleeting and exhausting.

So if you’re tired of feeling overwhelmed by your to-do list, let me show you how I get the most out of my day without wasting time:

Step one: Brain Dump.
This is a technique that has been used by many creative thinkers to get their thoughts and ideas down on paper in the most unrestrained way possible. Write it all down until you can't write anymore.

Step two: Organize.
This is a process called chunking, where you're looking at your items to see if anything is related. Can you put them into categories, like, these things belong to my children and my family, these items belong to my household chores etc.

Think about how can you make the process easier to group them together, so you know what to do first.

Step three: Prioritize.
When you look at your categories, can you star the items that are absolute musts?

These have to get done. Where some of the items are “shoulds” and can be put in a container to do later on.

It can be hard to prioritize when there are so many items on your list. When you see those must-do tasks, make sure they get done before anything else!

Step Four, Delegate.
This is where, looking at your list of tasks to do, you should ask yourself whether or not the task needs to be done by you personally and cannot be delegated in any way shape or form. So many things in our day can be delegated to others to take a little off our plate, things like laundry & food shopping. You'll likely have to release the need for perfection here (aka someone else will not do it exactly the same as you, but it will get done and that's all that matters).

Step Five: Be prepared.
This is simply knowing what needs to be done the next day.

This is the last step before you go to bed. Spend a few minutes thinking about what needs to be done tomorrow and plan out your day accordingly so that when it's time for work, you're already ahead of schedule with no worries!

So if you can totally relate, and you're curious about getting more done in less time, just click this link and join our free community, where women just like you are designing a life they truly love.

Encouraging you to be you and live the life you truly love!


Learn How She Paid Off 25K In Debt In 5 Months

Learn How She Paid Off 25K In Debt In 5 Months
Is Debt weighing you down? It's time to cut the ropes. 

So listen, I came out of graduate school with $135,000 in student loans. Then we bought a house, a dog, and got married. If you ever look at what you'll pay in total when you're done paying off a loan it's really eye opening. Like really, really eye opening. I think it actually helps snap you into action LOL.

And I tried multiple times to pay down debt but never took it seriously. I wish I started right when I got out of school but I continued to make minimum payments for 10 years. I even did Dave Ramsey's program but never progressed. Always falling back into the same patterns/.

But what I want to share with you today is that you can start wherever you are! And wherever you are is just where you are, not who you are. So let's dive deep into how you can start paying down your debt quickly but doing a few simple things.

I'm going to show you exactly how I paid down $25,000 off my debt in five easy steps. It was so impactful that I got certified to teach it. Check it out:

Step one, money in versus money out.
Most of us don't know exactly where all of our money goes. If we can start tracking not only the big expenses, but the small ones too, we can start plugging the leaks a lot faster.

Step two, ID the gap.
This is basically subtracting your expenses from your income so that you can know whether you're above or below water.

Step three, maximize the gap.
This is where you focus on the activities that will increase your income and decrease your expenses.

Step four: 45, 45, 10.
After you've paid down all your essentials for the month, you're going to take what's leftover, put 45% towards your debt. 45% towards investments and 10% towards fun. This way you can maximize paying down your debt while still investing in the future and having fun.

Step five, repeat.
Because if you can create consistency, you'll create momentum. And you will be so surprised at how fast your debt starts to go down.

So if you're struggling with debt, but you also want to design your best life, check out our "Ditch Your Debt"  course where women just like you are ditching 1 debt in 30 days and then continuing to take what they learn and apply it to every debt they have.