In this episode, we connect with Janet Cruz Padron, Founder of a financial empowerment platform called Latina Money. Janet shares the ways in which money has played a significant role in her culture and how eliminating the taboo about talking about wealth led her to helping her clients attain financial empowerment. Things you will learn in this episode: How to make more money through passive income Steps to becoming an infopreneur (building a business by selling knowledge) How to build your brand through authenticity and passion Tools to help you invest in the stock market You can connect with Janet on Instagram @latina_money. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/latinxellence/support
Episode 69 - Janet Cruz Padrón Latina Money Talks With Amanda Jane Clarkson - Editor Millionairess Magazine
In this episode, I share an incredible conversation with Janet Cruz Padrón, the founder of Latina Money, a financial empowerment platform designed to ignite + fuel wealth creation for the modern Latina woman. Janet believes in the massive power that “talking money” can have in positively transforming and elevating cultures and communities. By fusing media, technology and storytelling, Latina Money is empowering modern women to lift the taboo and harness the tremendous power of money in order to write and rewrite cultural narratives. As the host and voice behind the Latina Money podcast, Janet now talks money + wealth with successful entrepreneurs, amazing creatives, and industry elites to share exclusive insider tips, wisdom + actionable tips all modern women can use to build wealth and create smart and savvy income. As a millennial Latina influencer, podcaster, and financial educator, what Janet is most proud of is her diverse and highly engaged community of change makers that are exploring distinct ways to more efficiently engage with their money in order to build lives they can be proud of, whilst giving, living, and serving their communities in more profound and impactful ways. In today’s podcast, Janet shares her experience as a first generation daughter of Mexican parents living in America, and the consequences about limiting beliefs around money. After a series of passionate conversations about their own financial experiences as both Latinas and women, Janet could see that there needed to be a support system to help women change their mindset around finances. This was the birth of Latina Money. Janet shares how women are ingrained with limiting beliefs around money and finances from an early age. The fact is, finance is still very much a men’s game. The conditioning and childhood programming that women have limits around what we can earn and achieve keeps us playing small. “It's a problem we all face across the board. It’s a challenge for all women due to the way we were raised. We weren’t taught about finances at home, it's not typically feminine, finance is a male dominated sector, the jargon is complicated, we are taught that finance is complicated, we have fear about confronting numbers,” Janet says. We have all heard those limiting beliefs such as money is out of reach and that money doesn't grow on trees. It’s this stinking thinking around money that can hold us back from all of the magic. “If we can change the programming and start unlocking those doors, we can really blossom. The tiniest tweaks in your financial life can make such huge differences in your overall life,” she says. “My mission is to be known for supporting other women to live a life that they choose, not to just settle for the life they have. We all go through similar challenges and when we fall into that pit where we think this is the best life is going to get, we can reclaim the power and decide to choose better for ourselves.” Listen as Janet shares how she believes that taking care of your finances is a part of self- love. Financial self love is about building that solid financial foundation for ourselves that fuels internal peace, self love, self worth and care. Enjoy this special message from Janet and learn how you too can do the same for you and your loved ones. Lastly, to find out more about my ‘Millionairess Business & Financial Independence course for entrepreneurial women’, my new book in paperback, audio, journals, diaries and wonderful stories of other women, I mentor head to... www.MillionairessMagazine.com And until next time... Be Bold, Be Courageous, Be Fabulous With Love & Gratitude Amanda Jane Editor-In-Chief Millionairess Magazine Best selling Author, Inspirational Speaker, Entrepreneur, Trained Demartini Method Facilitator, and World leading Financial Independence & Business Success Coach, for women who’d love to release their inner ‘Millionairess’
Bringing Home the Dinero with “Latina Money” Janet Cruz Padrón
If you educate a man you educate an individual, but if you educate a woman you educate a family (nation). — African Proverb Educating women is more than just transforming the life of an individual. When you educate a woman, it’s a ripple effect, their families, communities, and even the nation is benefited. As we go on to celebrate Hispanic Heritage month, in this episode, I’m bringing in the Latina generational financial curse breaker, Janet Cruz Padrón, who’s helping women to reach their full potential through financial education and empowerment! Janet is the founder of Latina Money, a financial empowerment platform designed to ignite and fuel wealth creation for the modern Latina. She is also the host of The Latina Money podcast where she talks about money and wealth with successful entrepreneurs, creatives, and industry leaders to share actionable tips that’ll help the modern latina women build wealth and live the life they deserve. Janet will share money taboos and financial mistakes that she has experienced, so you don’t fall into the same trap. Don’t miss this amazing opportunity to build a stronger financial legacy for you and your family as Janet talks about the importance of creating a solid financial foundation, and rewrite cultural narratives so you create long-lasting wealth! Highlights: >> The inspiration behind The Latina Money >> Why it’s important to empower Latinas and people of color >> Janet talks about the Dinero Blog >> All change starts with having a conversation >> Breaking money taboos within communities of color >> Janet explains her Financialista Online Course >> The cycle trap of earning and spending it all over again >> Understanding price versus the cost >> Rethinking the way we think about people being good and what is actually good >> How cultural traditions hinders financial progress >> Toughest things that Janet encountered along her journey >> Why it’s important to pick the right spouse/partner >> Janet’s personal experience of breaking generational cycles Resources: >> The Latina Money podcast >> Janet’s social media: LinkedIn Instagram @latina_money Twitter @MoneyLatina Facebook If you loved this episode, you have to listen to these episodes as well: >> Getting out of Poverty & Creating Wealth with Dr. David Rhoiney >> Education: The Great Equalizer >> How to be Financially Intentional with Naseema McElroy --- 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 firstname.lastname@example.org Can't wait to meet you.
Interview With State Senator Janet Cruz on Outrage Over New Deloitte Contract
PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman
Ryan talks to Florida State Senator Janet Cruz about the revelation that Deloitte, the company behind the state's disastrous unemployment system, has been awarded a $135 million contract to modernize the Medicaid system.
Senadora Janet Cruz Acerca De Aplicaciones De Desempleo Con Nandy Y Cristy
Nandy y Cristy Podcast
La Senadora Janet Cruz conversó con Nandy y Cristy acerca del desempleo por la pandemia del Coronavirus y como en su oficina están ayudando a los Latinos.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Vacation is over and it's 'back to school' with Sen. Janet Cruz and the Florida Retailers' James Miller
He Said, She Said: A Podcast About Florida Politics
On this episode of He Said, She Said, the Schorsches return from their three week trek through Europe for a packed episode. They share some memorable experiences from their trip, and get down to business interviewing guests. Peter and Michelle welcome Florida Retail Federation's James Miller, who was also Peter's fraternity brother at FSU, to talk Tax Free Weekend. Next, they welcome State Senator Janet Cruz to talk about the Get The Lead Out Hillsborough campaign, a movement to equip school drinking fountains with water filters. Cruz gives an update on what she's working on this summer and her top choices for the 2020 presidential race.
Latinas And The Money Taboo With Janet Cruz Bisonó
We are already midway through the month of October, kind of hard to believe, right? But as we make our way through the 4th quarter, the month of November brings some pretty pivotal events for Latina women. As the month quickly approaches,