Financial Therapist + Entrepreneur Wendy Wright will help you detect your money blocks and provide
Financial Therapist + Entrepreneur Wendy Wright will help you detect your money blocks and provide tips that will reset your money mindset.
What Are Your Roadblocks to Growth?
If you’ve said:
“It’s time to invest in marketing.”
“I’ll hire someone when I sell $X more.”
“This is the biggest my business will get.”
“Money isn’t everything. I just want to be creative.”
This is the workshop for you.
Join Wendy Wright, LMFT, Financial Therapist and entrepreneur, as she facilitates a discussion of how to detect your money blocks. She will help us look at 3 common patterns that can point to blocks:
Small business owners often struggle with “money blocks”, which show up in a string of broken promises.
How do you know when it’s time to spend your resources?
How do you know where to spend those resources?
Wendy will offer tips and management tactics on how to uncover blocks and find the areas of your business you should start spending your resources.
– Identify your money blocks
– Determine where you should begin to invest your resources
– Create a roadmap for the next steps to growth
Tickets are $10
ABOUT OUR SPEAKER
Wendy Wright, LMFT, Financial Therapist and Certified Financial Recovery Counselor [CFRC], CEDS, CIEC, is a psychotherapist and consultant based in Denver, CO. Wendy offers financial counseling and helps you name the blocks that get in the way of your best financial life. In her early career she was a mortgage loan officer, a Realtor, and then later became a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. It is the blend of the therapeutic and the financial that can help you find more clarity and freedom in your relationship with money, spending, saving and debting. Wendy has over 20 years of experience in counseling those with eating disorders/disordered eating and those who love them. She is a Certified Eating Disorder Specialist [CEDS], CEDS Supervisor, and a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor [CIEC]. She can help you decode the underlying meanings and functions of food, body and exercise thoughts. She applies the same blend of curiosity and support around your money life as she does around your food story to implement change. She offers an online process group experience, The Intersection of Money and Milkshakes, to guide and support clients working on healing in the money and food areas of their lives. Wendy has been featured in CNBC Personal Finance, on EDMatters Podcast, in March 2019, and published in The Elephant Journal, in November 2018. When she is not helping others find freedom in their relationships with finances and food, she is likely on her yoga mat, the ski slope or a hiking trail.
ABOUT SUSTAINING SMALL
Sustaining Small is a monthly series for artisans, creatives, designers, writers, retail and other microbusiness entrepreneurs, who want to engage in dialogue about what it means to thrive.
We gather each month for meaningful conversations, education and workshops about how to maintain, manage and create a microbusiness and creative livelihood that feels authentic to you, your vision and how you want your life and profession to integrate.
These monthly dialogues are meant to be a space of community building, support and learning. We are here to help you get clear about what you want, how to achieve it and ensure longevity for your vision.
Sustaining Small is a safe space where you get to ask the questions you haven’t asked, discover new ways of thinking, uncover key resources and tools, and find out what other creatives in the community are doing to “sustain small.”
WHY WE FOUNDED SUSTAINING SMALL
Kristina Thayer of Candelaria and Kate Bailey of TARRA created this gathering because we understand the unique challenges micro-businesses face. We know that there are millions of small business owners who don’t subscribe to the notion that “success” means hundreds of thousands of adoring fans, millions of dollars in the bank, dozens of employees and a global supply chain.
For many of us, “success” means being able to do what we love, on our own terms, in our own space with our own two hands.
We look forward to meeting you.