Developing a Money Mindset with Sydney Lich

Investing in yourself sometimes requires changing your mindset. This investment can be daunting, mentally, emotionally, and financially. It mentally requires a lot to take a leap of faith and really put yourself first. While it can be a lot to handle, making that leap of faith can pay dividends.


This week, we meet Sydney Lich, a renaissance woman with experience teaching, life coaching, and fitness. Sydney focuses on developing a money mindset and how it can help you grow professionally and personally in a variety of ways. She speaks on how she works with financially distressed clients, the importance of challenging clients to know their worth, and prioritizing your “right now”. It’s an enlightening conversation you are bound to enjoy. Tune in!

Episode Highlights

  • Typical client backgrounds

  • Helping financially distressed clients

  • Defining your worth

  • Developing a money mindset

  • Prioritizing your “right now”

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