What relationship do you have with money? Our beliefs about money drive the way in which we behave and so determine the state of our bank balance. Many people equate their self-worth to their net-worth and as a result find things go from bad to worse. I and my guest Riana Avis will explore how to avoid having a toxic relationship with money, take control of your life and your money and give yourself the very best foundation for living an abundant and financially free life.
About The Show
Are you the ‘Leader’ of your own life? Are you getting the best out of life – personally and professionally? Join us on ‘Leadership For Life with Gina Gardiner’ where you can enjoy interviews from a wide range of top experts who will share their insights and skills and where I will share with you the principles and strategies to help you live a happier more successful and fulfilling life - personally and professionally.
About The Guests
Riana Avis is a business and money coach for Therapists, Healers and Helpers, helping them get to grips with their business and their finances, foreign and stressful areas for most therapists. After several years as a radiographer, she retrained as an IT Professional. Her IT career in the financial sector included all aspects of systems development, as well as business analysis, project management, and delivering training. Originally from South Africa, Riana now lives in the UK and works online with her clients, combining her para-medical and corporate experiences to help her clients achieve balance and ease in their business.
Find out More: www.RianaAvis.com
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