EP264: The Art of Money with Bari Tessler
I’ve been acquainted with today’s guest for many years and more recently had the opportunity to drop in more deeply at a women’s leadership event. Bari is a financial therapist and the creator and author of The Art of Money.
It’s no secret that I LOVE soaking up wisdom from women who are further along on their life path than I am and this is one of the reasons I was pumped to have her on the show! Bari’s big truth was about getting her ass kicked by perimenopause.
From there we discussed how she’s working to leave a legacy both in her business and through parenting her son. She also shared her story, the training and experience that led her to create her integrative approach to money (which includes the antidote to money shame!), and the relationship between urgency, responsibility and thoroughness.
This was one of those interviews I wished could have gone for a whole extra hour, we’ll definitely have to have Bari back. Enjoy and share!
About Bari Tessler:
Bari Tessler Linden, M.A., is a Financial Therapist, Mentor Coach, Mama-preneur, and the Founder of The Art of Money. She has guided thousands of people to new, empowered, and refreshingly honest relationships with money through her nurturing, body-centered approach. Her methodology weaves together personal, couple, and creative entrepreneurial money teachings into one complete tapestry. She is the founder of The Art of Money: a global, year-long money school, which integrates Money Healing, Money Practices and Money Maps. Her work has been featured on Oprah.com, Inc.com, the Huffington Post, US News & World Report, Reuters Money, The Fiscal Times, USA Today, The Cut, Girlboss, Nerd Wallet, The Simple Dollar, REDBOOK Magazine and Experience Life Magazine. Bari is also the author of The Art of Money: A Life-Changing Guide to Financial Happiness, published by Parallax Press. Learn more about Bari at: http://baritessler.com/
What You’ll Hear:
6:35 Calling in support during perimenopause
15:54 Bari’s journey into financial therapy
31:30 Making assumptions + inclusivity, diversity, and lineages
41:37 On building and using a methodology that’s not a quick fix
56:35 Educating children about money at different ages
The Art of Money by Bari Tessler
The Light of the World by Elizabth Alexander
The Girl Who Smiled Beads by Clemantine Wamariya
Sick: A Memoir by Porochista Khakpour
Love, Loss, and What We Ate: A Memoir by Padma Lakshmi
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