The Make Money Your Honey Podcast

The Make Money Your Honey Podcast hosted by Amazon best-selling author and millennial personal finance blogger Amanda Abella, is a podcast dedicated to everything you need to know about millennials, marketing and money in the new economy. From personal finance topics like paying off student loans and credit cards to online business and expert interviews, this show aims to help millennials everywhere build a better relationship with their work and their money. It’s a new kind of podcast for a new kind of generation that craves flexibility, abundance and a fulfilling career.


episode 194: Rewire for Wealth with Barbara Huson

Barbara Huson chats about her new book, Rewire for Wealth. You may know her under her previous name of Barbara Steady from before her marriage. Her book, Overcoming Underearning, absolutely changed my life when I was a financial writer, and I’m so grateful for her book!

Meet Barbara Huson

Barbara Huson is the leading authority on women, wealth, and power. As a bestselling author, financial therapist, teacher, and wealth coach, Barbara has helped millions take charge of their finances and lives.

Barbara's background in business, her years as a journalist, her Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology, extensive research, and personal experience with money give her a unique perspective as the foremost expert on empowering women to live up to their financial and personal potential.

Barbara Huson has been featured on Good Morning America, The View, Extra, The O'Reilly Report, and many times on CNN, MSNBC, CNBC, Fox News, PBS, NPR, and the New York Times, and USA Today.

Women and Wealth Building

Barbara says that we've been enculturated to believe that women aren't good with money. "We've come to believe that money and finances are overwhelming and mystifying." However, she says that controlling your financial situation can be simple, and we should take time to get smarter.

In addition, Barbara notes that women are generally less confident about making financial decisions than men. "When it comes to financial decisions, I find that I still ask my husband or somebody else." Lastly, financial planners will defer to husbands or male partners when both partners come in for advice.

Listen in to find out the three steps to financial freedom, why women aren’t earning fair wages, and why the money mindset is important. In addition, you’ll learn,

  • Why resistance happens with change
  • The effects of childhood trauma on money and financial issues
  • Three basic steps of rewiring your brain for wealth

For more information, visit the show notes at


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