In this week’s episode of Real Money, Real Experts co-hosts Rebecca Wiggins and Dr. Mary Bell Carlson talk to award-winning podcaster and AFC® Jen Hemphill. Jen has devoted her career to helping women feel like the queen of their financial lives, and is committed to helping Latinas across the US find financial freedom. The three discuss Jen’s journey from military spouse to AFC®. Covering important topics like building a private practice, defining your niche, and having multiple streams of income, Jen openly shares her journey and the mistakes that she made along the way. Jen also touches on the important ways that culture impacts our money decisions. Tune in to learn more about Jen’s experiences, and to gain a new perspective to better support your clients. Show Notes:00:52 Jen Introduction05:09 Jen’s Journey to Personal Finance12:05 Building her Private Practice16:22 Finding your Niche19:14 Finances and the Latinx Community 25:27 Growing your Business & Having Multiple Sources of Income32:54 Writing and Self-Publishing Her Dinero Matters 38:02 Your Two CentsShow Note Links:Get in Contact with Jen! Website: https://jenhemphill.com/Podcast: https://jenhemphill.com/her-dinero-matters-podcast/Twitter: https://twitter.com/jenhemphilllFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/moneywithjen/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jenhemphill/ & https://www.instagram.com/herdineromatters/ Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jenhemphill/ResourcesMoney as You Grow resource for parents: https://www.consumerfinance.gov/consumer-tools/money-as-you-grow/Her Dinero Matters: https://jenhemphill.com/bookResources for Inclusion of Latinx Community: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1zNIvlgiqgusYVlri9XRCW1GX5_j0mL7S/view?usp=sharingFINRA Foundation Military Spouse Fellowship for the AFC(R): https://www.afcpe.org/career-and-resource-center/finra-foundation-military-spouse-fellowship/AFCPE Membership: https://www.afcpe.org/membership/
#15 Are you in debt? Check your mind first with Jen Hemphill
The Global Phenomenon Podcast | for Online Coaches, Consultants and Solopreneurs
With Jen Hemphill, Money Confidence MentorIf you are like most Americans, your debt may be stressing you out. From mortgage to credit card debt, it seems like there is no getting out of the IOUs. In this episode, Jen Hemphill shares with us her story of being deep in debt even despite her being sought after by family and friends for financial advice. She was smart and resourceful, but it felt like she could never get out of the hole. That was until she discovered the one thing that mattered most, and was missing from her analysis. And chances are, it’s missing from yours, too.Episode links: Shout out to our friend Pablo at connectwithpablo.com Listen to Ina’s interview on Jen’s Her Dinero Matters podcast Visit Jen Hemphill’s website Buy Jen’s book Her Dinero Matters Got a question for the next Q&A segment? Go to The Global Phenomenon website and submit your question!Watch the video version of this episode on The Global Phenomenon YouTube channelJoin the conversation in The Global Phenomenon Facebook GroupContact our team at: firstname.lastname@example.orgCredits: Music by Jared Lebel Photo by Mira Whiting Photography Editing by Cue9.fm Voice by Kip Clark
Listeners, this week we're back with Jen HemphillJen Hemphill, a military spouse & proud bilingual Latina, helps the busy career-oriented woman become the reina (queen) of her money and love her dinero more. She is a Money Confidence Coach, an AFC® (Accredited Financial Counselor), author, speaker and hosts the Her Dinero Matters podcast.The Her Dinero Matters podcast is focused on the advancement of U.S. Latinas to minimize the gender wage gap while creating a healthy, confident conversation around money.She has been featured in publications such as Forbes, Clark Howard, USAA, Oprah Magazine and award-winning podcasts like SoMoney and Stacking Benjamins.During our conversation, Jen and I talked about:Having a gringo dadCultural differences in latam and amMoneyPrivilegeMoving a lot due to military lifeMoney storiesThis really cool game she played with her husbandHaving pity partiesAnd more...This episode is brought to you by 70Million:A Peabody-nominated podcast about criminal justice and jail reform from the producers of Latina to Latina Podcast.Black Americans have borne the burden of criminal justice reform, but it is becoming increasingly clear that criminal justice reform is a Latinx issue as well.Tune in each week this fall for an in-depth look at how ICE detention not only mirrors the U.S. prison system but in many places, ICE is now contracting for-profit private detention companies to hold refugees and people seeking asylum.If these topics move you in some way, I invite you to listen now at 70millionpod.com or search for 70 Million in your podcast app. Follow Jen on all things social:WebsiteTwitterFacebookInstagramHer Dinero Matters InstagramLinkedIn Follow Cafe con Pam on all things socialInstagramFacebookhttp://cafeconpam.com/ Join the FREE Cafe con Pam Challenge Join FREE online Recovering Procrastinator Manis Community! stayshining.club Let’s tap about all the things on Patreon! Become a Patron here. Join PowerSisters! Findmypowersister.com Subscribe, rate, review, and share this episode with someone you love!And don't ever forget to Stay Shining!
Gaining Financial Confidence Through Money Talks with Jen Hemphill
The celebration for Hispanic Heritage Month continues in today’s episode of Minority Money. Gender wage gap is a detriment to women’s ability to work and their productivity - even more so for Latina women. In today’s episode, author and host of the podcast Her Dinero Matters Jen Hemphill sits down for a money talk. Particularly on how money matters to Latina women and how they can make the best of a poor situation. In her book “Her Money Matters”, Jen Hemphill discusses how issues of money in the past does not have to mold an individual’s current financial mindset. She also talks about ways one can break out of it. She shares her experience growing up and how her parents moved from Columbia to the US in hopes of solving their money problems. She explains what inspired her to create a platform for Latina women to know how to handle money and how they can be confident in their own capabilities. She emphasizes the importance of having financial confidence and knowing your money story. Take back your financial confidence and listen as Jen Hemphill gives a guide on how you can spend consciously to proudly celebrate your money wins! Episode Highlights: >> Jen's podcast: Her Dinero Matters >> The importance of handling money properly >> What inspired "Her Dinero Matters" >> Latina gender wage gap >> The concept of anti-budgeters >> How to consciously spend money >> People's money story in the past, present, and future >> Jen's book: Her Money Matters >> What is a proper financial education and mindset >> Hispanic Heritage Month and its meaning >> Financial confidence, money strengths, and money wins About Our Guest: Jen Hemphill, AFC® is a military spouse & proud bilingual Latina, helps the busy career-oriented woman become the reina (queen) of her money and love her dinero more. She is a Money Confidence Coach, an AFC® (Accredited Financial Counselor), author, speaker and hosts the Her Dinero Matters podcast. The Her Dinero Matters podcast is focused on the advancement of U.S. Latinas to minimize the gender wage gap while creating a healthy, confident conversation around money. She has been featured in publications such as Forbes, Clark Howard, USAA, Oprah Magazine and award-winning podcasts like SoMoney and Stacking Benjamins. Jen is a FINRA Fellow and currently resides with her husband and two boys in Northern Virginia. Connect with Jen: >> Jen's Website - https://jenhemphill.com/ >> LinkedIn >> Instagram >> Facebook >> Twitter >> YouTube >> Pinterest Resources mentioned from this episode: >> Secrets of the Millionaire Mind >> Her Money Matters If you loved this episode, you have to listen to these episodes as well: >> Bringing Home the Dinero with “Latina Money” Janet Cruz Padrón >> Hispanic Heritage Celebration Month with Maricela Miles-Mattingly --- I’m sure you’re getting tons of value from the podcast! Don’t forget to subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or on your favorite podcast app and SHARE THIS with a friend. ********** Let's Continue the Conversation! Head on over to the Facebook Group and let’s discuss how we can change the complexion of wealth (https://www.facebook.com/groups/423846561552747/) Want to chat with a fee-only financial planner? Shoot me an email at email@example.com Can't wait to meet you.
How to Become the Queen of Your Finances with Jen Hemphill
Smart Money Mamas Show
#068: In today’s episode, I’m talking with military spouse, accredited financial counselor, and host of the Her Dinero Matters podcast, Jen Hemphill. Jen discovered her own financial confidence when she took a deep dive into her money story to unlock some mindset traps. We’re talking about why your money story matters, how to productively explore financial topics with your spouse, and how Jen jumped into a career after being a stay-at-home mama for many years. (11:11) How Jen discovered that the non-monthly expenses were causing a lot of money headaches in her home (25:09) Listen to Jen’s money story and why she never asked for money from her parents growing up (30:09) How a virtual envelope system could work for your family (35:35) What helped Jen pursue her own career after being a stay at home mom for so many years (49:40) Jen’s best tips for budgeting as a military family (54:20) Chelsea’s Top Takeaways Looking for more information, mama? Visit the show notes at https://www.smartmoneymamas.com/68 Free Healthy Money Mantras Guide: https://smartmoneymamas.com/healthy-money-mindset-workbook/
101: Navigate your finances through tough times with Jen Hemphill
The Creative Impostor
Episode 101. "The one thing that I have been seeing is ‘I haven't saved up’ and the guilt around that. ‘I don't have any emergency savings’ and ‘I haven't built it up’ or ‘Why did I get myself into all this debt?’...You need to let that go. Focus on the now and give yourself the grace that you're going to get through this." ~Jen Hemphill, certified financial counselor Somewhere between the stress of planning for tomorrow and the distractions of paying for today lies the sweet spot of financial health. Jen Hemphill, a financial counselor and host of the podcast Her Dinero Matters, has helped countless people, myself included, confidently manage their money. With her strong focus on the Latina community, Jen’s committed to showing her clients how to thrive beyond their bottom line via coaching, public speaking engagements, and episodes of her show, including How To Be Financially Resilient. In this episode, she shares some budgetary crisis management tips with the CI audience and insight into the entrepreneurial pivots she’s making to increase her business resiliency. COVID-19 has affected everyone’s finances differently. Lost wages! Unexpected savings! Increased household spending! Lower incidental purchases! Whatever your situation, one aspect of money management has remained true: money is personal and it’s emotional. Grab your Plan B to being financially resilient. This worksheet is a free gift from Jen! http://www.jenhemphill.com/planb And here is the free financial counseling resource Jen mentioned in the episode: https://www.yellowribbonnetwork.org/afcpecovid19 Get the full show notes and connect with everyone featured at http://www.thecreativeimpostor.com/101. *** Practice Yoga & Mantra with me Sundays at Noon CST. Register at http://www.satnamyogachicago.com Promo Code for first class free: BHAKTIDEVOTIONALHEART Next Online Podcast Class Get Better Interviews Saturday 5/2/2020 @ noon CST Live & Free via Facebook Live in The Creative Impostor Group. The replay will be available on Facebook for 24 hours and THEN available forever inside Podcast Envy: Craft & Culture resource group via Patreon. Join us twice a week for Community Zoom: Goods, Gripes & Goals It's the Zoom you actually won't dread! If you are feeling isolated, overwhelmed, and missing some human connection, I am currently hosting twice weekly complimentary online meetups. They last about 40min on Tuesdays and Fridays and they are just a way for us to see and hear each other, check in, set ONE priority for the day and feel part of a collective. Get the details on Facebook by joining The Creative Impostor Group: http://www.thecreativeimpostor.com/fb Connect with me Email or Voice firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook Group The Creative Impostor Facebook Page @andreaklunder.creative Instagram: @andreaklunder Oh HEY! I’m on LinkedIn… dropping pro podcasting tips, insights, and stories. Connect with me there and let me know you’re a Creative Impostor listener.
Jen Hemphill is a military spouse & proud bilingual Latina, Money Confidence Mentor, Accredited Financial Counselor, author, speaker and host of the podcast Her Dinero Matters. Jen’s been featured in publications such as Forbes and O Magazine but today she gives us a look behind the success and shares what it took to get her business off the ground, how she’s overcome challenges like imposter syndrome and what she calls being TOO coachable. Connect with Jen on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram, and Pinterest. Learn more about AMSE at AMSE.CO