A Conversation with Sandy Forster – Money Mindset Mentor, Wildly Wealthy Women
Sandy is the money mindset mentor for women worldwide who are ready to experience more abundance and freedom in their life. Sandy went from welfare to millionaire, has been featured in Oprah’s Aussie Secret and loves inspiring and empowering women to break through their blocks, manifest more money and create a life they’re truly passionate about.
Sandy’s award-winning international bestseller How to Be Wildly Wealthy Fast has been translated into over 11 languages, she’s the host of the Wildly Wealthy Women podcast and she’s transformed the lives of hundreds of thousands of women worldwide.
Sandy lives in her own tropical paradise near the beach in sunny Australia and has wild kangaroos grazing in her back yard every afternoon.
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