Episode 38: New York Times Best-Selling Author, Jen Sincero

Tune in to CRAFT*ish with Vickie Howell for a Candid conversation with author of You Are Aa Badass at Making Money, Jen Sincero.

Jen Sincero, author of You Are a Badass at Making Money

Recently I spoke with the New York Times Best-Selling Author of You Are Bad-Ass, Jen Sincerco. She’s in the middle of a whirlwind book tour for her latest book, You Are a Bad-Ass at Making Money — including live appearances, major publication interviews, and an appearance on Dr. Oz — so I was thrilled that she made time to be on this podcast.

Jen and I talked about her road from struggling writer and musician to life-coach guru, the role that gratitude can play in success, why we as creative types are so reticent to embrace an openness to mastering wealth, and how Universal Intelligence provides all we need to know about flourishing to our fullest extent. I found Jen to be a candid, straight-shooter with a wealth of knowledge and life experience under her belt for which she doles out generously. Buckle up listeners, there’s a lot of bad-assery in this episode!

 

Jen Sincero You Are A Badass

 

 

Show Notes

BIO:

Jen Sincero is a #1 NY Times Bestselling Author, success coach and motivational cattle prod who has  helped countless people transform their personal and professional lives via her seminars, public appearances, newsletters, products and books. 

She’s spoken on stages all over the world and has coached  full-on super heroes, helping her clients build their dream businesses, become NY Times Bestselling authors, navigate million dollar business deals, find their soul mates and forgive their bitchy mothers who they now realize were doing the best they could. Jen has run her business from all corners of the globe.

In early 2011, Jen traded in her home in Venice Beach, California to live as a global nomad, traveling the world for 3 years while growing her online coaching practice and encouraging as many people as possible to live lives of unbridled awesomeness. This experience eventually led to the writing of her #1 NY Times Bestselling book,You Are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life

Jen’s hope is that by speaking, coaching and writing about all the things that make her excited to be spinning around on this planet of ours, she’ll inspire you to recognize, and pursue, whatever it is that floats your banana, to be you times two, large and in charge, huge like The Nuge. 

Enter to win a copy of Jen’s latest book, You Are a BadAss At Making Money. To enter post a comment with your favorite, money-positive mantra for your creative business… and life!Comments must be posted by 10pm on 4/27/17.

CRAFT*ish Podcast guest, Jen Sincero talks about her lasted book, You Are A Bad Ass at Making Money. Listen on iTunes!

Links

Book Tour Schedule

Jen’s Website

Jen on Instagram

Jen on Facebook


Credits:

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Produced by: Vickie Howell

Edited & Mixed by: Dave Campbell

Music Provided by: Explosions in the Sky

 

10 Responses to “Episode 38: New York Times Best-Selling Author, Jen Sincero”

  1. Karen

    Great to hear a candid view of the world/business/ money/ creativity/success. I concur!

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  2. kathy

    Another great interview. Thanks, Vickie, for these continuing substantive episodes! Mantra: existence is abundant in every way, including money, and I acknowledge and welcome that abundance.

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  3. Gale

    I can use all the help I can get. Being a store owner has been a dream of mine. I just can’t make up my mind on what kind it will be (something crafty) I do knit – sew – cross stitch – and love vinyl records. where I live we have no music store to buy anything.

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  4. Pam Maher

    I have a plate in my kitchen that says “All I want is a chance to prove that money can’t buy happiness.” In all seriousness, I don’t believe it can buy happiness but it can buy opportunities.

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  5. Karen

    I think mine is “I’ve never been a millionaire, but I know I’d be just DARLING at it.”
    🙂

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  6. beckyjopdx

    This is so good. I love this episode, and totally agree. My money mantra is “don’t let life happen to you.” This is directly tied to money, as so many times we say, “oh, my tires needed replacing so I can’t…” or “my water heater went out and put a dent in my budget…” and even “I’m always late” etc. I know, as an adult, life will throw curve balls, so knowing that, I am more than capable of giving myself some padding, some leeway. The little dramas don’t have to impact me, I impact my life alone. So, really, the little dramas are MY fault at the end of the day, because I know better. I know well enough. I know if I’m taking a risk what the calculations are for success and failure. This is not the same as a fear of failure. I don’t fear failure; it is a learning tool, and it cycles back to not letting it happen to me again, not letting life happen to me.

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