Do you have a handle on your finances? Every personality is different, and understanding your financial strengths and weaknesses is the first step to becoming financially empowered!


On this episode of IMPACT, Meghan sits down with Kiné Corder to examine the money-managing archetypes and how to understand your prosperity blueprint. Kiné uniquely blended the world of financial planning and psychotherapy to create Presidential Lifestyle, where she councils entrepreneurs on how to manage stress, family, and finances to build a harmonious life.


Kiné teaches about your money mindset and breaks down the different approaches to money management. By becoming aware of your tendencies to spend, save, and even how you attract money into your life, you can shift into a new phase of prosperity. 


No matter what your financial status is, Kiné gives you the tools to remove the emotional burden of financial stress, so that you can prioritize your family, health, and wellness. Prosperity is your birthright, and money will not solve all of your problems. Kiné shows you a new path to financial freedom, and it begins with your mindset!


If you are ready to let go of financial stress and embrace your birthright of prosperity, listen now!



[4:30] Discovering Kiné’s why

[7:400] Working with women

[8:50] Trauma and money

[12:00] Negative money spirals

[13:00] Emotional Integrity 

[16:00] Judgments and Righteousness

[24:30] Organizing your life

[27:30] Your prosperity birthright

[36:40] Emotional Money Management 









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“If we are not where we want to be financially, it does not mean that we have to be emotionally drained or down about that. You can have less money than you want to have and still be in integrity.” 

Kiné Corder


“Can you shift your prosperity birthright? Sure you can, but that’s the work you were talking about. You’ve got to do your work.” 

Kiné Corder


“You’ll need emotional mastery and part of emotional mastery doesn’t mean that you’re good at all the areas of what I call the money cycle, it just means you know which ones are your strengths and which ones you might be challenged with and you work around them.”  

Kiné Corder


“I want us to be able to talk about money in a forward momentum capacity while simultaneously honoring the trauma that seems to be triggered when we, when we go there. And the intention here is that we find a way forward so that these two things can move into a state of momentum simultaneously. Because I don’t want, I don’t want people’s progress with respect to money to be shelved while we’re unpacking the trauma piece. I actually feel like money can be a catalyst to unpack these components.”

Dr. Meghan Walker 


“It’s really hard to talk about where we could go if we don’t acknowledge where we came from.”

Dr. Meghan Walker