Balancing Your Money

December 2, 2010 by Barb Scala  
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Guest: Catherine Avery CEO and founder of Catherine Avery Investment Mangement LLC (CAIMLLC) specializing in managing money for women.

Catherine Avery

Catherine Avery

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Podcast: Recorded Nov 29, 2010 (20 min)

Financial dynamo Catherine Avery is in tune with our financial left and right brain dynamics and knows how you can get off your roller coaster ride with money.

There is a balanced approach to managing your pocketbook and Catherine’s here to talk about three essential ways to save and the five steps to gaining financial security for the rest of your life.

Getting in control of your money IS in your power. It’s a way to get more balance in your life. Now!

www.caimllc.com

Women Talking Money

April 29, 2010 by Barb Scala  
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What every woman needs to know about her relationship with money: Making it, saving it and growing it!

Guests: Pam Otten, The Financial Mom and host of Intelligent Investing, and Olivia Mellan, Money Coach and author of Money Harmony: Resolving Money Conflicts in Your Life and Relationships

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Aired/Pre-recorded: April 15, 2010

Are you good with money? Do you procrastinate with your finances? Do you know where your money is? Are you saving or spending? What’s your relationship with money? Where do your money messages come from? What do you know about investing? Do you put a value on your own worth?

Let’s answer these questions and lots more when we gather some savvy experts and talk money. This is not a “how to” about investing and you won’t get lost in financial jargon. Instead, we’ll talk about how to become more aware of your money and how your relationship with money affects your overall worth.

If you’ve been avoiding the subject of investing or saving or want a better relationship with money, this show is for you!

Pam Otten’s Website: FinancialMom.com

Olivia’s Website: MoneyHarmony.com