What Does Rich Woman Stand For?Kim

What is a Rich Woman? I often hear women say, “I’m rich in spirit,” “I’m rich in family and friends,” “My life experiences make me rich.” I agree with each of these interpretations. However, I don’t agree with this comment: “I lead a very rich life, but I have no money.”

The Rich Woman philosophy supports all the above statements, except the last one. You can argue about it, which is fine, but it’s just not the Rich Woman philosophy. When we talk about Rich Woman, we talk openly about money, investing, cash flow, and taking charge of your financial life.

Why? Because the bottom line is that money has tremendous power. It has the power to set us free, but it also has the power to enslave us. Money enslaves us by keeping us in an unhealthy relationship because of the money, sending us to a job that we don’t like every day for the paycheck, or causing us to deny ourselves things important to us because we lack the money to buy them. Rich Woman is about setting women free.

In the Rich Woman point of view,
a woman cannot be free until she is financially free.

Financial independence begins with a rich mindset. A Rich Woman has a healthy attitude towards money. She doesn’t make excuses if she doesn’t have it. She doesn’t vilify those who do have it. Money, by itself, is not good or bad, it’s just money. How people use their money is most often what causes controversy.

I define money very simply. Money is freedom. It allows me to do what it is I truly want to do. It allows me to give my gifts and my talents as I was meant to give them.

Money is a very powerful tool, and when women take charge of their money, they take charge of their lives – and magic happens.


Lorena Arnold
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