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December 14, 2020 36 mins

Is “budget” a bad word in your house? Kelsa Dickey shares strategies to help you take control of your finances and practice good money habits. If you worry about how money impacts your family, she explains how a family creed can help guide your money decisions to line up with your values. And if you’re feeling pressure to have everything figured out, Kelsa reminds us that it’s about progress, not perfection.


What you will learn:

  • Money is a magnifier
  • Money is a tool
  • Managing money takes practice
  • How to overcome self-sabotaging behaviors
  • Everyone has money blocks
  • ‘Budget’ isn’t a bad word
  • How to talk to your kids about money



  • “Money is a magnifier and it is going to make you more of what you already are.” – Kelsa Dickey
  • “I always tell people we really want to manage our money well, but not because money by itself is important. It’s the impact that it has on the rest of our life that is important.” – Kelsa Dickey
  • “If you’re not doing it now, it’s really hard to trust yourself and believe in yourself that you’re going to do it later when you have more money.” – Kelsa Dickey
  • “Money is neutral. Money doesn’t say you have to be entitled or selfish or spoiled.” – Kelsa Dickey
  • “I want your children to know that managing money takes a little bit of effort. It takes a little bit of time. That doesn’t mean that it’s a bad thing.” – Kelsa Dickey
  • “Money should empower you and not hold you back.” – Derrick Kinney
  • “Just bring curiosity to personal finance and to money and step into any type of conversation with your child from a perspective of ‘let’s learn this together.” – Kelsa Dickey
  • “Personal finance is personal. There are 10 different ways that you can manage money that will work for 10 different people.” – Kelsa Dickey


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