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Tune in to hear your host Hilary Hendershott, CFP®, MBA, a fiduciary financial advisor, inspire and empower women on their financial and professional journeys. Profit Boss® Radio features both real-life listener stories and expert guest series on how to overcome financial obstacles and attain financial success. Get comfortable thinking and talking about money, and join a powerful tribe of women who are casting off self-limiting beliefs, deciding to be rich, and learning how to reach their financial potential. Hilary’s pragmatic approach to money, no-nonsense attitude, and sophisticated topics combine to create a podcast worthy of its 5-star rating. To learn more about Hilary, read, listen, or watch the show, follow the blog, or to connect directly visit www.hilaryhendershott.com. By Hilary Hendershott, CFP®, MBA, Fiduciary Financial Advisor
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Oct 24, 2017

What does it take to live a life that is Creative, Balanced, and Financially Free? That’s the dream for so many Profit Boss listeners, but there’s a bit of a mental block. We have this idea that being an artist means not having a lot of money, or working a job that is less creative but would support your creative passions. Luckily for you, the American job market is rapidly changing. Today, I want to dispel the myth of the “starving artist,” and put the power in your hands to turn your creative energy into a product or service that brings you income. 

My guest today struggled to find that balance in her life between creative dreams and financial freedom. Her name is Jenni Heffernan Brown, a writer, Brand Strategist, and the CFO of Prim’d Marketing. Jenni never thought she was “good at numbers.” A self-proclaimed spender, money and income was always a source of guilt and shame. With the support of her relationship with her husband, she was able to pursue her Masters in Fine Arts, start her own company, and learn which art was for her to sell, and which was to keep. I am so excited to bring to you the story of how Jenni overcame her money insecurities and reached her dreams. It is certainly a story worth telling.  

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