Repairing your money mindset with Tomeka Lynch Purcell
This week’s episode of Girlfunds features Tomeka Lynch Purcell, as she joins us to talk about her own passion for female financial empowerment. During the interview, she talks about why she strongly believes in helping women take ownership of their finances and how to repair your “broke mindset” when it comes to money.
From how she brings money into the conversation with friends and family to how to teach your children about money management, Tomeka Lynch Purcell provides listeners with actionable tips around finances.
For some background, Tomeka Lynch Purcell is an educator, entrepreneur, and financial coach. She specializes in helping women establish financial goals, build wealth, and change the way they think about money. She’s a nationally recognized financial empowerment coach, mentor, speaker and strategic planner with over 15 years of experience.
Tapping into her background in financial planning, corporate finance, and real estate, Tomeka Lynch Purcell founded Credit Solutions Services, a credit and finance management firm, where she teaches women financial stability and wealth that encourages personal and financial assertiveness and evolution.
Girlfunds takeaway tip from Tomeka Lynch Purcell:
One thing I recommend for all of your friends who are willing to discuss things with you is to definitely talk about money. One of the ways to get them to do that is to let them know that you are open and that you’re vulnerable and you understand their situation. Your friends won’t talk with you if they only see you as someone who is never in a bind.
Join the two best friends who met as financial journalists at HousingWire, Brena Nath, a twenty-something forever renter with her husband and pup, and Sarah Wheeler, an empty nester on her third home, every week for our girls night focused on everything from affording your best friend’s wedding to how to turn your side hustle into your main hustle. Each week, Girlfunds will have a special guest join us as we intertwine finance and friendship. And don’t worry, you don’t have to have your finances all together to join our girls nights. We’re all in this together to learn – women supporting women – and in the words of our producer, so we can all be #confidentqueens.