Wealth psychology expert and coach Kathleen Burns Kingsbury, founder of KBK Wealth Connection and host of the Breaking Money Silence® podcast, is an internationally published author and speaker.
In this episode, Kathleen talks about working with virtual assistants, changing your mindset toward money, how to negotiate for higher pay, and tips on public speaking.
Speak your mind, even If your voice shakes.
– Ruth Bader Ginsburg
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- Kathleen on LinkedIn
- Website: breakingmoneysilence.com
- Twitter: @kbkspeaks
- Instagram: @kathleenburnskingsbury
- Facebook: facebook.com/breakingmoneysilence
- Negotiating Mindset Exercise
- Master Class on Negotiating (Mention The Leader Assistant Podcast in your application to receive 10% off the already reasonable fee for this hybrid course).
- Book Recommendation: Overcoming Underearning by Barbara Stanny
Wealth psychology expert and coach Kathleen Burns Kingsbury, founder of KBK Wealth Connection and host of the Breaking Money Silence® podcast, is an internationally published author and speaker. Breaking Money Silence®: How to Shatter Money Taboos, Talk More Openly about Finances, and Live a Richer Life is Kathleen’s fifth book.
Named one of nine amazing conference speakers by InvestmentNews, Kathleen is a sought-after keynote speaker, consultant, and coach on the topic of women and wealth and couples and money. Her mission is to empower women, couples, and families (and the advisors who serve them) to shatter money taboos and communicate more effectively about financial matters.
As an expert on financial psychology, Kathleen has appeared on television and written for consumer and trade publications. Her work has been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, PBS NewsHour, Money Magazine, TODAY Money, Forbes, and CNBC. Kathleen served as an adjunct faculty member at the McCallum Graduate School at Bentley University from 2009 to 2019 where she taught the Psychology of Financial Planning in the CFP program. She currently teaches in the Business and Management School at Champlain College.
When she is not working, Kathleen is an avid alpine skier who lives for the next powder day. In the off-season, she enjoys mountain biking, kayaking, and laughing with her friends. She lives with her husband and in the beautiful Mad River Valley of Vermont.
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