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On money and Stepping up

Kylie McBeath



On this episode, I talk with Kylie McBeath Writer, Health Coach, Emotional Expert, Speaker, Co-Founder of Zura Health, and Host of the Zura Health Podcast. And as far as I’m concerned she is a source of a lot of light in this world. We recorded this episode for the second time due to a few technical hiccups on my end. So I was more than happy when she invited me into her home to record round two.

Not only do we have a lot of fun in this episode, we also talk about a lot of really important and often touchy subjects. The main one being money and the changes Kylie has had to go through in order to create some major shifts in her relationship to it. We also riff on things like burnout, slow living, relationship power dynamics, and much more.

Key Points

  • Burnout and the huge energetic shift that has gone on recently

  • The new and big commitment Kylie is making and how it’s challenging her

  • The decision to slow down and take January off this year

  • Her purpose as a writer and the questions she asked herself on how she could make that happen this year

  • How examining her relationship to money has been the biggest doorway to freedom and liberation

  • The cycle of debt and abundance Kylie found herself in and the point of frustration and was the catalyst for change

  • The decision to shut down all of the available portals of support and to go 50/50 with her man Mark

  • How she increased her income by 8x all based on self-worth and truly stepping forward in what she knew herself to be capable of

  • Why cutting off your options for support can be a scary, but very good thing.

  • Coming to terms with being in the seasons that we’re in and showing up as best we can

  • The decision to delete social media apps off her phone

  • The pressure we feel to constantly be creating content for social media and its detrimental effects

  • Why the sensitive empaths are being brought forward

  • Integrating the healthy masculine and feminine in our society and reprogramming the nervous system

  • The need and importance of slowing down, why we feel pressure to keep going, and what’s happening in the space of online business and exhuastion

  • What increasing her income by 8x’s actually looked like and how she did it

  • Why looking at her taxes was the first step towards financial integrity

  • The commitment to paying off her debt and not spending outside of her means

  • Why Kylie always makes sure she has good food and enough physical exercise regardless of what’s going on financially

  • The money story Kylie’s parents modelled for her

  • The decision to start investing this year

  • How living in Las Vegas through the 2008 financial crisis has shaped the way Kylie looks at the potential downside in business as an entrepreneur

  • The gender gap when it comes to investing

  • Preparing for the future financially as an entrepreneur

  • The importance of opening up your mind to different ways of providing financial income for yourself

  • The questions Kylie asked herself - what does 10 times your life look like? And what then, does 100 times your life look like?

  • The importance of expanding your mind beyond just a month or so ahead

  • The value and focusing on what’s possible and expanding your mind and energy in order to open up the bridges to new things

  • Where we run into roadblocks along the path of expansion

  • The fear that women are moving through around being empowered and loved

  • The power dynamic shifts between men and women that are going on

  • The importance of finding someone in relationship that is on the same wavelength when it comes to purpose

  • Being aware of our habits in relationship and what deeper needs they point to

  • Kylie’s thoughts on reparenting and the techniques she uses

  • How who we surround ourselves with is an indicator of worthiness

  • The importance of being aware that making change is going to be physically uncomfortable as well as emotionally

  • What the inner critic is made up of and why it’s important to be our own protective mother against it

  • The importance of having your own back

  • The lesson around clean anger that Kylie has learned to integrate the last 2 years

  • The gift of growth within her relationship with Mark and the game of “leap frog” they end of playing with each other’s different paths

  • What Kylie is learning now around sensuality, femininity, motherhood, birth and the whole female creative centre

Rapid Fire

  1. What is your favorite morning beverage?

  2. What is your favorite sound? Smell? Place?

  3. What is your favourite childhood memory?

  4. What is a book or books you’ve read that you think are worth sharing?

  5. What advice would you give your 20-year-old self?

  6. What is your Rebel Cause?


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