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This was even better than being on the Today Show.

IMG_5159The day my book launched I was interviewed by Al Roker and Willie Geist on the Today show. It was simultaneously terrifying, exhilarating, and so much fun (especially when Willie asked me a surprise question they hadn’t prepared me for!).

But the truth is I don’t watch any television, let alone the Today show, save the Tonys and the Oscars each year.

There is one show I watch each and every week, however. But it’s not broadcast on television.

It’s exclusively on the web — it’s called Marie TV, and it stars whip-smart, sassy Jersey girl Marie Forleo.


Well, back in the early summer when I was planning my book launch I had a dream of being on Marie TV. But you know what? I was scared to ask.

I made up a silly story in my head that Marie knew I was launching a book and that if she wanted me to come on her show, she’d just ask.

(This was a very clever way of avoiding putting myself out there to risk being rejected.)

Then a friendly unicorn named Kris Carr gave me a swift love-swat when I told her that I wasn’t going to ask because I didn’t want to bug Marie and I figured she’d invite me if she wanted me.

Kris told me to not make any assumptions (chances were good that my book launch was not at the top of Marie’s priority list) and to just write a damn-good pitch for my episode.

Oh my. Thank the lord for girlfriends.

I poured a whole lotta love into my pitch and, much to my delight, got a very warm yes.

Since Marie is a friend of mine and I LOVE her team (Louise, Michelle, Elsa, and the rest of the gang — I love you guys!), the interview was SO MUCH FUN!

What we covered in our conversation is really critical stuff if you want to make more money, take better care of the money you already have, and add more value in the world.

We talked about the 4 biggest money beliefs that might be keeping you broke — and how to change them.

Click below to tune in.

I’m so grateful to Marie for how her work has shifted my own money beliefs. She’s been a critical player in my getting out of debt and creating financial freedom (not to mention an ever-evolving online brand that not only brings in six figures, but which I also find incredibly nourishing to build).

Spread the love: The 4 biggest money beliefs that keep you broke + how to fix ’em w/ @marieforleo & @katenorthrup: http://bit.ly/1lvVZgp (Click to tweet!)

Now it’s your turn! Leave a comment below about what money belief you’ve identified that is holding you back and what you’re going to do about it.


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