Alexis Hall was 31,637.84 pounds in debt. That’s over $57,000 in American money! You’ll hear how she used her fear to kickstart her healing journey and…how you can do the same.
Listen to this Part of Our Conversation
3 Easy Steps to Stop Your Shopping Insanity Right Now:
How Will You Know You’re on the Right Track?
- You won’t feel alone with this problem, anymore
- You’ll see that you really can turn this ship around
- You’ll learn how simple the actual steps can be
- You’ll free yourself from the shame of hiding
- You’ll feel the freedom of “true wealth”
What Else Do You Receive With Your Order?
If you order these conversations, you’ll also get a 14-minute video that will help you discover what’s at the core of your overshopping. You’ll see me working with two women at a conference, and see how they become more mindful buyers, and how you can too.
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It’s easy… just click here right now to order. As soon as your payment is approved, you’ll have immediate access to All Three Conversations.
What others are saying about these conversations…
Just wanted to tell you how happy I was to have gotten in on this. I wanted to hear from women who have been stuck in the same addiction but now have a grip on it: how they measured their success, how much debt they’d carried, exactly how they’d eliminated their debt, and how they stayed successful. It helped me to hear about the individual strategies these women came up with to overcome the shopping habit, especially without having to spend a lot of time and money. –Jane Alcala, Los Angeles, California
I wanted to let you know how grateful I am for the three conversations with the three ladies who had written books about their experiences. I have not shopped for clothes, shoes or jewelry since May 22nd. My goal is not to shop for any of those items for one year. I had gotten to where I was “shopping” every day. Thanks again, –Judy Marlow, Oklahoma City, OK
I was really touched by how open and honest these women were. Clearly they had hit some low points in their lives and managed to break patterns of behavior that were self-sabotaging—no easy feat. I am always inspired by such courage. Your own clarity and preparedness on not just the topic but their books too made it such a flowing experience to listen to. –Helen Kim, New York, New York
I just wanted to say thank you for the informative and honest conversation. It was especially relevant to my own situation Thanks again for offering this series. I look forward to listening to the next one. –Susan, Pennsylvania
I just finished listening to the first conversation. It was great! Alexis was terrific and so were you. I really liked the questions you asked and the sensitivity with which you asked them. Looking forward to the next conversations. Thank you so much, Linda Samuels, Croton-on-Hudson, New York
Carrie Rattle is a Principal at BehavioralCents.com, a website for women focused on mind and money behaviors. She has worked in the financial services industry for 20+ years and hopes to inspire women to better prepare themselves for financial independence.