Jenny Schatzle

Ashley Bennington

How to Talk to Your Kids About Money & Empowering Women Around Financial Freedom

EPISODE: 75  |    DATE: May 12, 2022

“By the age of 3, kids typically have started grasping basic money concepts. By 7, most of their money habits have already been established.”

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Key Takeaways

Do you already have a strategy in place to talk to your kids about money? Have you thought about setting them up for good money habits as early as 3 years old?
Chances are, you want your kids to have a good relationship with money. My guest on the show today is financial coach, Ashley Bennington. She shares all about the importance of setting your kids up early for good money habits.
We also discuss:
✅ Empowering women – even stay at home moms without a traditional income – on how to experience financial freedom and confidence.
✅ Women and investing
✅ The critical role women play around their family’s wealth journey – whether they work outside of the home or not. 

✅ Healing Your Money Story

✅ Empowering Women around money (no matter how much or how little of it you have)

✅ Why it’s so important to talk to kids about money young (because we formulate our ideas around money at an early age)

✅ Financial Confidence

✅ Financial Freedom

✅ Understand the role you’re playing in your family’s wealth journey

✅ The number 1 reason women don’t feel empowered around money

✅ When to start talking to your kids about money

Get ready for one of the most empowering conversations around money you will ever hear!


Ashley Bennington is a true multidisciplinary entrepreneur who knows the complexities of running multiple brands and scaling businesses in the online space. She launched her first business, Her Seven Figure Story, on her 29th birthday as a way to inspire and educate other women on the importance of confidently managing and growing their personal wealth. After scaling that business to six figures in just six months she decided to launch her second business, Buy the Blazer Creative Agency, in order to help other female business owners enhance their creative identity as an entrepreneur. Ashley’s biggest passion is working with incredible women as they navigate what it looks like to create their own legacy – both in teaching them how to manage money by providing them an outlet for quality financial education and by helping them make more money by showing them the power of running their own business.

Resources mentioned in this episode

Instagram Account: Nedra Tawwab

Instagram Account: Your Rich BFF

Book: Rich Dad Poor Dad by Guy Kiyosaki

Book: The Millionaire Next Door by Thomas J Stanley

Book: Future Proofing You by Jay Samit

Episode #11 with Marissa DiSimone about infertility and IVF

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