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Today we are talking about money. You, your relationship to money and your beliefs about money.
Leisa Peterson has been talking about wealth creation for close to three decades. What she has learned could fill a book and it has. She is releasing her ground breaking book called The Mindful Millionaire and it is like nothing you have read before.
Leisa Peterson shares how working on your beliefs around money and clearing your body and mind can finally allow the wealth you always wanted to come into fruition. She answers questions like: What is it about money that brings up unpleasant feelings for many people? Why do people feel that money, or the quest for money, controls their lives versus the other way around?
This interview is filled with tips on how you can begin clearing your relationship with money so you can have all you ever dreamed was possible.
Leisa Peterson, CFP® is on a mission to help 1,000,000 people elevate their financial consciousness by realizing their true value and creating financial security for themselves.
As a coach and mindset teacher, Leisa host’s the Mindful Millionaire podcast as well as virtual workshops and life-transforming retreats. Her masterful blend of sound financial strategy and mindfulness training helps people break free of patterns of lack, scarcity and money fears, allowing them to finally lead the rewarding, fulfilling, and abundant lives they most desire.
Leisa has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, FastCompany, Forbes, The Week, Huffington Post and has been featured on many podcasts and radio shows. Prior to starting WealthClinic®, LLC, Leisa worked with some of the largest financial and business services companies in the world including Wells Fargo, State Farm Insurance, UNUM Life Insurance, New York Life, Federal Express, Pitney Bowes, Ford Motor Company, and General Motors.