Emma Wright - Episode 126

“Money isn’t vulgar. Money isn’t dirty. Money isn’t the root of all evil. It’s what you do with it that matters”

Emma, is an old colleague and friend of mine. She is an impressive young lady, who’s had a phenomenal career. She now runs her own business and has a huge passion helping people with their financial independence. 

Having grown up in challenging home circumstances with her parents splitting up when she was 7 years old, she always wanted to be able to rely on herself, and as such, grew up to be fiercely independent.

Working as a trader on the London trading floor, as a young female, was something she thrived on and took in her stride.

Now, as a wealth management expert her philosophy on financial independence comes as a breath of fresh air. – “Independence is more than money, it is living your life by design and fully in alignment with your purpose”

Discussion Topics: What you will discover from listening to this Podcast:

  • How fun Investment Banking was
  • Why corporate jobs are good
  • Skills entrepreneurs need
  • Being and energetic networker
  • How childhood trauma drives independence
  • Fixed v Growth Mindset
  • Why you should seek discomfort
  • Challenges transitioning to entrepreneurship
  • Ego v Spirit
  • Understanding your relationship with money
  • How your beliefs impact your wealth
  • Why slowing down is essential
  • Wealth is not about money
  • Being a conscious entrepreneur
  • Having personal quarterly reviews
  • Why you should invest in a coach
  • Listening to your inner chimp

I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did.

Your fellow being



Background, Context & Reference

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Discussion Links



Stephen Bartlett – The CEO Podcast


Book Suggestions:

Chimp Paradox – Dr Stew Peters

Atomic Habits – James Clear

Becoming The Iceman – Wimhof

Music By

Matthew Parker

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