BONUS Episode - With Melanie Lockert and Sarah Potter on Women's Equal Pay and Becoming an Entrepreneur
Social Media Therapy
With this episode this week, we’re doing something a little different. Back in 2016 and ‘17 I had a little podcast called Monday Morning Mimosas. This is a podcast I did completely on my own and really enjoyed doing. My focus was on interviewing up-and-coming entrepreneurs in the personal finance space and beyond. There was one conversation I had with one of my online friends, Melanie Lockert, that really resonates today. So I’m going to be sharing this episode in honor of women’s history month, and Melanie and I are going to talk about becoming an entrepreneur as a woman and women’s equal pay.Topics covered in this episode: Women and the fear of asking for a raiseWomen’s right to equal payThe personal feelings and uncomfortable conversations around moneyThe realizations we have as young professionals transitioning into entrepreneurshipCheck us out here: https://instagram.com/sarahalpotterhttps://instagram.com/letsgetsocialofficialhttps://www.instagram.com/mentalhealthandwealth https://www.instagram.com/melanielockert
Financial Series: Breaking Up with Debt with Dear Debt founder Melanie Lockert
Health: It's Personal
Writing break-up letters to debt is the philosophy that allowed Melanie Lockert to get out from under crippling student loans. After sharing her reflective journey online, others all around the world chimed in with their debt stories and started the phenomenon "Dear Debt." Melanie reminds us that, "you are not alone, and you are not a loan." She balances authentic and transparent truth with positive steps and dreaming about life after debt. Sean, Karen and McKenna chat about how the realities of life can have an impact on our financial journeys and how the absence of shame is an important aspect of money management. www.thehippodcast.com Resources and Guest Favorites HEALTH: IT'S PERSONAL SHOWNOTES: https://www.thehippodcast.com/financial-series-melanie-lockert HEALTH: IT'S PERSONAL INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/thehippodcast/ HEALTH: IT'S PERSONAL FACEBOOK COMMUNITY: https://www.facebook.com/groups/healthitspersonal LOVE the work we are doing? Join our Patreon family, for additional content, recipes, and connection: https://www.patreon.com/thehippodcast Curious how we're creating these gorgeous emails? Meet Flodesk! Get 50% off for life with this link. https://flodesk.com/c/Q0QN8C--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
On this episode of Money Savage EXPRESS, we talked about dealing with and managing the feelings and emotions surrounding money, small actions you can take, and how listening and responding can play a critical role in helping with Melanie Lockert, finance writer, speaker and podcast host. Listen to learn why feeling overwhelmed by debt or finances is a perfectly normal thing and what you can do about it! For the Difference Making Tip, scan ahead to 19:18! You can learn more about Melanie at MentalHealthandWealth.com, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn. We’re honored to have been named one of the top podcasts from investing! George is honored to be included on Investopedia's list of the Top 100 Financial Advisors for 2019! Have George speak to your organization. You can learn more about the show at GeorgeGrombacher.com, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and Facebook or contact George at Contact@GeorgeGrombacher.com. Check out Money Alignment Academy as well!
Talking mental health and wealth with Melanie Lockert
Financially Savvy in 20 minutes
Melanie Lockert is a writer, creator of Dear Debt, she is the host of the mental health and wealth show podcast and the founder of Lola retreat. She has also been featured in the New York Times and Marketwatch. Be sure to follow Melanie on social media @melanielockert @mentalhealthandwealth @lolaretreat Follow Natalie: @finaciallysavvylatina @finaciallysavvyin20minutes Follow Robert (her producer) @robert_delude @noneofyourbusinesspodcast.
The Powerful Connection Between Mental Health and Wealth | Melanie Lockert
How does debt make you feel? Maybe you feel anxiety, stress, fear, outrage, or even depression when you think about your debt. If this is you, please, first know you are not alone in these feelings. Debt is one of the #1 reasons for anxiety and depression and has even been described as a heavyweight that is pushing down on you every second of the day. Melanie Lockert, the brains behind the successful blog Dear Debt, and the Mental Health and Wealth podcast, is sharing her story of dealing with debt, depression, and how she paid off over $81,000 in the process.What You'll LearnTricks to help you deal with anxiety and depression around moneyThe connection between debt and mental health How to use side hustles to pay down your debtMelanie’s story of paying off $81,000 of debtHow Melanie built a career sharing her debt journeyThe art of finding joy, beauty, and pleasure each dayLinksMelanie LockertMental Health and Wealth PodcastLola RetreatDear DebtEpisode SponsorThanks To EveryPlate for sponsoring this episode. Get 3 weeks of EveryPlate meals for only $2.99 per meal by going to EveryPlate.com and entering code mymoney3.SUBSCRIBE & SHAREWant to be the first to know when new episodes are released? Click here to subscribe in iTunes! IT’S FREE!👉 Sign up for my weekly LET’S TALK MONEY email newsletter.Ask ShannahHave an Ask Shannah question, submit it hereGet SocialShannah on TwitterShannah on Instagram
133. Money, Mental Health, and Hope w/Melanie Lockert, Wendy Mays, Diania Merriam, and Jennifer Mah
Earn & Invest
These amazing guests talk of their struggles with mental and financial health. As both content producers and consumers, Jennifer Mah, Melanie Lockert, Wendy Mays, and Diania Merriam provide us hope that we can get wrangle both our minds and money into shape.
If you’ve been listening to the show for a while, you’re going to be very familiar with my guest today, Melanie Lockert, who is a regular on our monthly happy hour episodes and a long time business bestie of mine. Over the past six years, Melanie and I have been part of a mini-mastermind group each encouraging and helping the other navigate the crazy world of running a business. Melanie joins me today to talk about her latest business endeavor, Mental Health and Wealth dot com and the Mental Health and Wealth Show. She is literally tackling two of the most taboo subjects out there and doing it in my opinion, amazingly. She joins me today to share more about this important business she is building and why two topics that seem very scary can actually be fun and empowering to dive into. For more information, visit the show notes at https://martinisandyourmoney.com/show-notes/mental-health-and-wealth-with-melanie-lockhart
106. Debt, Depression, and Suicide Prevention w/ Melanie Lockert
Earn & Invest
There is a strong link between mental and financial health. On this episode we discuss with Melanie Lockert dealing with debt and the depression that it caused her. Plus, a short segment with Bradley Rice regarding Salesforce.
How Debt and Depression are Linked with Melanie Lockert of "Dear Debt"
Your Greatest Worth
SHOW NOTES |MELANIE LOCKERT on IGDEAR DEBT WebsiteLOLA RetreatsDEAR DEBT Letter ExamplesFinConThe Greatest Worth ProcessDebt Free Dream ListMental Health and Wealth .comMental Health and Wealth Podcast with MelanieOpen Path CollectiveAunt Bertha - a place to find resources locally during trying times‘How to Break Up with Your Phone’ by Catherine Price‘Dear Debt’ by Melanie LockertMORE WAYS TO CONNECT Join The Greatest Worth Family Facebook Group for the accountability, support as well as tactical and practical tips on how to move forward with your money!If you enjoyed this episode please screenshot it and share it on instagram or facebook and let your friends know about this beautiful community you’re helping create! Tag me so I can see it, share it, and send you a little message as well!@greatestworth on IG and FBAnd don’t forget to give me a review. I’d be SO grateful! It really does help to spread the word!XOXO,Nicole
The Connection Between Debt and Depression, with Melanie Lockert
The MapleMoney Show
Is the burden of debt so great that it’s causing you to feel anxious and depressed? Do you feel like life would be better if you could only catch up on your bills? My guest this week understands the connection between debt and depression, because she’s lived it. Melanie Lockert is founder of the blog and author of the book, Dear Debt. She is passionate about helping others get out of debt, and focuses on the intersection of debt and mental health which is why she has recently launched a new blog and podcast called Mental Health and Wealth. You can find the show notes for this episode at https://maplemoney.com/melanielockert RRSP season is here, which makes it a great time to open an RRSP if you haven’t already done so. Our sponsor, Wealthsimple, can help you get a bigger refund AND save on investment fees. Not only that, but MapleMoney readers get $10,000 managed for free by opening a new account, or by transferring their RRSP to Wealthsimple. To open your Wealthsimple RRSP today, head to https://maplemoney.com/wealthsimple