Sep 8, 2021
Welcome to Episode 111 of the Mountain Mantras: Wellness and Life Lessons Podcast. I’m your host, Dr. Kathryn Guylay. Learn more about my work at MakeEverythingFun.com.
Get ready to hear a story that just might change your life.
Today's guest, Jennifer Love, a dear friend and bright light on this planet, tells the story of being knocked off the workhorse just a mere 4 months ago. She went from not being able to walk and needing emergency surgery to sending me a video of her dancing just as we started the interview.
This interview yields 8 mantras that will allow you to leverage what Jennifer learned during her healing journey so that you can create more magic and healing in your own life.
Since Jennifer is a money therapist, she also weaves into the story how emotions have to do with money and how we can harness our emotions and money for a better life.
Jennifer also provides an amazing recipe for Alchemy - “a recipe to turn a pile of crap into a pot of gold”. See below for the recipe.
Mantra #1: Show up for others- it matters
Mantra #2: Trust your intuition
Mantra #3: Manage your mindset to create your own reality
Mantra #4: Meet your pain -rather than trying to escape it
Mantra #5: Give your own light to your body for
(Jennifer describes the energy work she did on herself during her recovery process)
Mantra #6: Don't necessarily accept a diagnosis you don't align with
Mantra #7: Create micro intentions on your journey
Mantra #8: Find joy in everyday life
Jennifer’s “Alchemy recipe” to turn a pile of crap into a pot of gold:
- allow yourself to be held and soften
- go inside
- welcome the pain and here any messages it might have for you
- open your arms to the community around you
- choose your reality
- vision a brighter better future
- manifest your vision into reality
Jennifer’s work as a money therapist shows us that when it comes to money, your decisions are 90% based on emotion and 10% based on logic.
Thus the importance of harnessing your emotions.
Jennifer's the nature of money show/ podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/nature-of-money/id1557047216
The living wealthy quiz on Jennifer's website: www.JenniferLove.com
More about Jennifer Love
Award winning, 5x career entrepreneur with 20+ years under her comfy Keds (she retired her high heels years ago), Jennifer Love is a thought leader with a heart that matches her name. Her degrees, training, and research in human and organizational behavioral psychology are the foundation for her clinical work.
She’s currently the visionary CEO of the Living Wealthy
Institute, helping world leaders develop a healthy relationship
with wealth free from overwhelm and anxiety by following a
regenerative money equation for a holistic and nourishing
experience. Leaders who know how to raise, manage, grow and
contribute money can live soulful, wealthy lives to
become allies for future generations to come.
She believes ANYTHING is possible while remaining grounded in science and real business practices and hard financial analytics.
On a given day, Jennifer can be found diving deep with a leader
in a private money therapy session, taking long contemplative walks
and hikes through nature, guiding groups of leaders through
workshops and retreats, serving as a guest judge for
entrepreneurial events like Startup Weekend, speaking on stage as a
Wealth Philosopher, in her art studio shaping her artistic magic
onto canvas, preparing entrepreneurs how to land a deal on Shark
Tank, working behind the scenes on shows like: Biz Fix with Marcus
Lemonis, in her writing studio developing a book or paper, meeting
with community leaders and government officials, negotiating with
investors (she’s helped raise $100M+), advising leaders of Fortune
200 companies and celebrities through her Living Wealthy Model, OR
simply being at
home enjoying time with her sweetheart John, her fur-baby Maggie, and her adored garden of plants.
She is beloved by those around her because she gets results. As a former client once said, “With Jennifer, the only possible outcome is success.”
What’s fun for Jennifer
Being in nature, conversation with friends, arts