It is hard to explain how excited I am to be interviewing one of my mentors today, the gorgeous Denise from Money Bootcamp (previously known as Lucky Bitch Money Bootcamp) is going to help us when it comes to teaching kids about money.

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Denise Duffield-Thomas is the money mindset mentor for the new wave of online female entrepreneurs. Her best-selling books Lucky Bitch, Get Rich, Lucky Bitch and Chillpreneur give a fresh and funny roadmap to create an outrageously successful life and business.

Denise helps women release their fear of money, set premium prices for their services and take back control over their finances.

She is an award-winning speaker, author and entrepreneur who helps women transform their Economy-Class money mindset into a First-Class life.    

I joined the Money Bootcamp way back in 2012 and Denise has helped me go from that frugal, scrimping and saving mindset to one that allows money to flow more freely.  

It has been an important part of my business growth. Without Denise and her guidance, we wouldn’t have made it to Laos and Cambodia for our 10th wedding anniversary, or fit in trips back to the UK every year plus skiing trips in the winter and certainly not the trip to Paris we have booked over the summer.  

Those in Japan know that travel here is an expensive luxury!  

And I doubt I would still be in business today without the lessons I have learned with Denise.


Denise DT sitting on a chair with notebooks in her lap talking about teaching kids about money

The Money Stories We Tell Ourselves And The Money Stories Our Kids Our Picking Up On…

Pretty much everyone has had their way of thinking influenced by the stories they told themselves as they grew up.  

Many of these money issues stem from their parents, the language they used and the things that were inferred as they were being raised.

I’m including myself there, which is why I believe it’s really important to think about the language we use around our kids so that they grow up with the best possible beliefs about money and confidence.

Watch the video and see what tweaks you can make so that you are raising a happy, money-savvy child and how you can start changing the stories that you tell yourself and how we should be teaching kids about money so that they grow up with positive money mindset too,


This second video is nothing to do with kids as such, although the reasons behind the behaviour were probably created when we were kids, it is a funny and brilliant example of how women sell vs men…


Find Denise…

You can find out more about Denise and the Money Bootcamp HERE

Show Notes:

Book: The Opposite Of Spoiled
Book: Smart Kids, Smart Money