If you're like me in the sense that you want to positively THROW UP when it's time to look at your bank account activity, you absolutely must listen to today's episode.

In today's episode, we talk to the amaaaazing, quirky and insanely intelligent Sherry Andrew, a financial coach who specializes in helping female entrepreneurs with ADHD! We discuss the importance of budgeting and managing finances, especially for individuals with ADHD tendencies. Specifically, Sherry shares strategies for creating a budget, separating money into different accounts, and adding "friction" to help curb the habit of impulse spending [I literally should have paid her because this discussion was essentially a need for me]. She also talks about her journey of being fired from her corporate job - which turned out to be a major blessing in disguise - and starting her own business. On the business ownership side, we all talk about the benefits of setting up a consistent salary from your business, different hurdles when it comes to managing business finances, and more. If you're in need of getting on handle on your money, or if you're just aching for financial freedom, this is THE episode for you!

Connect with Sherry:

☑️ Website & links: http://www.moneymindsetfc.com/
☑️ Instagram: ⁠ ⁠ http://www.instagram.com/moneymindsetfc
☑️ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@moneymindsetcoaching
☑️ Mind + Money IG: ⁠ ⁠ http://www.instagram.com/mind.money.adhd.podcast
☑️ Mind + Money links to listen: ⁠ ⁠ http://www.moneymindsetfc.com/mind-money-podcast

About Sherry: 

After being fired from a career of almost 17 years, Sherry took a leap of faith to follow her passion for personal finance, and launched Money Mindset Financial Coaching. Through her own financial journey after her job loss, she found her passion and now focuses on helping others with their money. She recently discovered that she has ADHD, and this has inspired a pivot in her business. She now focuses on helping individuals who also have ADHD make shifts in their finances. She loves working with ADHD entrepreneurs because the added complexity of self-employment creates extra complexities but also adds more opportunities for increased income!

Her clients save, pay off debt, and achieve their financial goals while still living their lives! She believes that the path to your financial goals is not paved with a restrictive budget but by focusing on what is important to you and leaning into building systems that align with how your brain works! She is an Accredited Financial Counsellor Canada® and a Certified Professional Financial Coach™  who helps clients from all over Canada and beyond feel confident about managing their money.


You can listen to today's episode on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, YouTube or wherever you stream your podcasts. Enjoy!