Building Holistic Wealth with Keisha Blair – EP 206

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Death changes everything in an instant. Navigating through life while dealing with loss and grief can feel overwhelming and consuming, but they are not permanent states. Join us as we sit down with Keisha to find out the lessons she learned from loss and building Holistic Wealth to live an intentional life.

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Keisha Blair is the best-selling author of Holistic Wealth. She’s the Founder of the Institute on Holistic Wealth, host of the Holistic Wealth podcast, and a Trained Economist. She’s the Founder of the Holistic Wealth movement and is regarded as the Mother of Holistic Wealth.

What inspired the book 'Holistic Wealth'

Keisha talked about the viral article on Observer that inspired her book, Holistic Wealth: 32 Life Lessons to Help You Find Purpose, Prosperity, and Happiness. 

The 4 parts of Holistic Wealth (and why each are so important)

Keisha discusses the first part being the Intentional Life Purpose. Second comes Financial Independence which covers emotional, mental & spiritual aspects, and relationships that are enriching. It also refers to how you prepare for an emergency and not just about having finances. Third is Physical and Spiritual Nourishment and last, Goodwill and Strong Relationships.

How people who experience grief should pursue Holistic Wealth

Making bad financial decisions is an effect of trauma. Keisha talks about stepping back, establishing boundaries, and creating a personal mission statement after suffering a loss.

Finding the balance between "living like tomorrow isn’t promised" and "saving like you’ll live to 100"

Women are looking for a life of freedom over their time and money. Keisha deeps dive into the concept of building a Holistic Wealth Portfolio that helps balance finances with the other pillars in our lives.

How we're currently living holistic wealth in our lives

  • Keisha: Navigating back injury while being intentional daily to make lifestyle changes and decisions related to holistic wealth. Considering what represents a deposit or withdrawal from holistic wealth bank account.
  • Jen: Making own choices
  • Jill: Referencing back to COVID because various aspects of health are non-negotiable

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