Gotta give big ups to the lovely Ms Abella for giving my money maker a swift kick this week when I was having a money flow moment. A few simple mindset shifts and action steps and BOOM! 6 sales in 2 days!
Amanda is the best thing to happen to my career! After trying to figure out what the hell I’m doing as a first-time business owner, I decided I needed some major support.
And who better than Amanda? (No one, I say!)
Amanda Abella is an award-winning millennial Latina personal finance blogger and author of the Amazon best-selling book, Make Money Your Honey: A Spirited Entrepreneur’s Guide to Having a Love Affair with Work and Money. She is committed to helping millennials (and anyone who wants to join us) have a better relationship with work and money by means of personal finance education and entrepreneurship.
Her work has been featured in Forbes, The Huffington Post, Seventeen and Business Insider among other top publications. She has also spoken at a national level for The Financial Blogger Conference, Card Forum, American Student Assistance and more. She is a regular columnist for Inc and she has done content marketing financial companies and financial media companies like Discover, Wells Fargo, Investopedia, The Balance, Credit Karma, Kabbage, Goodcall and more. She has also worked closely with financial companies like Money Mio and Dvdendo who are working to increase financial literacy in the Latino community.
Lastly, Amanda also does business coaching for private clients and students of her six-week Persuade to Profit group program.
When she’s not making money her honey you can find Amanda drinking Cuban coffee, collection gemstones, hanging out with her crazy Cuban family or enjoying the view of Biscayne Bay from her balcony.
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