In this episode…
Money is power—but you already knew this. But, did you know that understanding your motives behind using and negotiating financial situations is a much bigger indicator of your financial well-being? According to Jacquette Timmons, a financial behaviorist, money, and emotions go hand-in-hand. She has helped countless entrepreneurs, couples, and individuals clarify their goals, better understand their habits, and become financially healthy.
In this week’s episode, host Sarah Nichols sits down with financial behaviorist, speaker, author, and President and CEO of Sterling Investment Management, Jacquette Timmons. They talk about negotiating a higher salary, how our emotions dictate our financial decisions, and how to create better habits by tracking our spending. Jacquette delves into what makes her unique, her source of inspiration, and the questions you need to address to take the first step towards financial well-being.
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