Season 1, episode 4: The Wealth Chef: Ann Wilson

Season 1, episode 4: The Wealth Chef: Ann Wilson
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In this episode we meet Ann Wilson a self-made multi-millionaire, who is often referred to as the Wealth Chef.  Yes, in this episode we are talking about the ‘M’ word, money.  Ann was a teenager when her late father taught her the lesson, “How you must take responsibility for your own financial wellbeing”

Fast forward to when Ann grew up, she got into debt and decided that she wanted to master this thing called money – become financially literate. Now she helps people become financially literate with her wealth recipes; hence why she is known as the Wealth Chef.  Ann Wilson_ Wealth Chef 1She has students from a different regions around the world. Her expertise on money is sought by large corporates and in the personal development world. She has appeared on prominent radio shows throughout the world. You will learn from this episode how income and assets are not the same. Do not be afraid of these financial terms, as this understanding will help you master your financial freedom! Ann explains what is financial freedom, and how you can achieve this too.

As well as teaching people about financial freedom, Ann is a life adventurer. She can can fly aeroplanes and this year she became a Hays House author.  So she is certainly a Go-Getter Me!

In this episodes Ann shares:

 

  • 5:20: What was the motivator for her to decide that she wanted to build financial freedom. Teaser Quote: ‘ the fear of money running out”
  • 9:40 – How Ann went from a money binger to a money anorexic.
  • 10:19:  Why it is important to understand the difference between saving and investing. Teaser: “You want money to be working for you”
  • 16:49 – Why it is important to Pay yourself first.
  • 17:00: The Break-Even epidemic, why it is harmful to our financial health. Why you want to move away from this.
  • 20:08: Why you should not focus on debt if you want to get out of debt.
  • 23:10: How there is not one way to build wealth. Teaser: Moving away from the industrial paradigm, having multi-streams.
  • 32:10: How your relationships with other people can play a part in money behaviour.  Teaser quote: “Be aware of who your peer group is …..”
  • 37:10: Why your greatest asset is yourself. Teaser quote: “If you are not growing, then you’re dying”
  • 43:19: The different types of decision makers. Which one are you? Teaser: Making decisions from fear, rather than a GoGetter.
  • 46:40: Her thoughts on lifestyle balance. Teaser quote: “Not thinking of it as work, but more about something you enjoy”
  • 54:30: Describes her definition of who is a go-getter. Teaser quote: ‘Nothing is forever. Nothing is undoable’.
  • 57:29: What is Ann’s Go-Getter word for this year.
  • 60:00 – Ann’s good news.
  • 61:01: Why Ann should be singing the Go-Getter theme.

 

How you can connect to Ann

Website HQ – http://thewealthchef.com/
FaceBook – https://www.facebook.com/TheWealthChef

Twitter – https://twitter.com/thewealthchef

 

 

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Sophia Husbands specializes in mindset and has a passion for helping people to discover their real, unique self and feel confident about projecting this out into the world. When she is not writing and coaching people, she loves to connect with inspiring people. She is also the host of the lifestyle and freedom mindset podcast the Go-Getter Me show. View all posts by SophiaWorld

  • http://amandapickett.com Amanda Pickett

    I love Ann’s message of looking back on life, knowing that you lived it on your terms. So important to remember that we can (and should) control certain things in our lives, like our relationship with money. Great interview!

    • http://www.sophiaworld.co.uk SophiaWorld

      Hello Amanda,

      I agree that we need to remember that we can take charge. Drive to a destination. And if metaphorically speaking there are road blocks, then we can re-route. Thanks for your comments.

  • http://www.sallyannmiller.com/ Sally

    Thank you Sophia and Ann – this was so inspirational. I identified with Ann’s discussion on decision making. I know that feeling of making decisions because I think I “should” do something. Or because I hope something is a magic bullet that will transform my business and take it to the next level. I’ve (mostly) taught myself to resist this temptation. I know I get my best results when I focus on my end game and doing what I know is right for me and my business.

    • http://www.sophiaworld.co.uk SophiaWorld

      Hello Sally,

      Thanks for your feedback and bringing to attention the ‘where’ you are basing your decision making from. It is better come from a abundand, growth mindset instead of scarcity or lacking. For example, if I do this then I ‘appear’ more like an expert.

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