Workshop: Build a Kickass Relationship with Money With Janne Robinson
"I used to believe that good people couldn’t have a lot of money. I used to believe that artists had to starve."
Meet Janne Robinson; author, director, non-fiction poet, mentor, coach, speaker and founder of brand ‘This is for the women.'
At the beginning of her writing career she was living off sixty dollars a week, eating oats and deli meat, Airbnb-ing out her house and sleeping in her car to make some extra money. She was accepting all and any writing jobs and barely making ends meet.
Now, she estimates her yearly income sits at around $250,000. And this interview explores how exactly she got there.
No matter how you feel about coaching, or manifestation, or the intersection of spirituality and entrepreneurship, when it comes to tapping into different income streams, this woman has it down.
What will this interview and workshop do?
- Get you thinking about your relationship with money and exploring your money wound
- Bust the 'true artists need to starve' myth
- Help you get clear on what income would see you truly thriving each month
- Provide tips to shift your perception around having money and asking for more
Let's get down to it.
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