Preview Mode Links will not work in preview mode

Tune in Friday's at 9AM Pacific to hear Best Selling Author, Award Winning Speaker, and Biology-based Success Architect Heather Wagenhals interview the hottest minds in productivity, entrepreneurship, budgeting, personal finance, investing, psychology, and personal development to help you get your MoneyMind©Right. Past guests include: celebrity guests like Larry Winget of A & E’s Big SpenderMillion Dollar Listing BRAVO's Chris Leavitt, and Sharon Lechter co-author Rich Dad Poor Dad. Our lineup of guests includes T. Harv Eker author of Secrets of the Millionaire MindNathaniel Branden the Father of Self-Esteem, Chicken Soup for the Soul magnate Mark Victor Hansen, real estate expert Jason HartmanKiana Danial the Invest Diva, Mastering Happiness coach Dr. Joel Wade, Consumer Credit Counselor Thomas Nitzsche, serial entrepreneur Tom Corson-Knowles, frugal living expert Sara Tetreault, publishing tycoon Steve Forbes, Top-ranked market analyst Jim Woods and many more.

Oct 6, 2017

Heather Wagenhals is joined by Jim Woods, 20-plus-year veteran of the investment markets operating under many roles and is a seasoned and active investor.

Jim is the editor of Intelligence Report, Successful Investing and Weekly ETF Report. He is also a regular contributor to the terrestrial Unlock Your Wealth Update, weekdays across America. He joins Heather to kick off Season 33 Nothing But Trouble and discuss strategies for investing.

Tune in Friday at 10am Pacific to see what Jim has to share!

Jim's website is JimWoodsInvesting.com.

Jim Woods and Heather Wagenhals

This week's Key in the Keys To Riches© Financial Philosophy:

Acceptance and Affirmation

Whether we are starting out or starting over, we must come to terms with where we are in order to fix things. Dr. Nathaniel Branden says that accepting where you are, does not mean you approve of it or that you have to like it.

Denial is a warm fluffy blanket we like to wrap ourselves in. It makes us feel comfortable and safe. No one wants to be wrong or admit they made a mistake.

It's scary to take responsibility for something we may know nothing about , your confidence might be shaken so this is where the affirmation comes in to help us build our confidence that we are capable of learning the right way to manage your money and we can be successful at it.

Key affirmation: I am great at learning and applying new resources for my money management.

Learn the Keys To Riches© Financial Philosophy for yourself right here.