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I'm here to help you design a life and business you absolutely love.

I was in my early twenties, an ambitious college graduate determined to take over the world but struggling with doubt and uncertainty. I kept hearing do more, work harder, be a go-getter but deep down inside I felt there has to be more to life than just chasing that next certification, degree or position. I was constantly striving to accomplish everything with perfection and failed to learn how to put my needs first. I made some unhealthy decisions and found myself in denial about my financial truth. In the process of it all, I became a new mom to a pre-mature daughter, had to release my apartment and was unable to work for several months--I felt depleted, defeated, and afraid. I realized I was sleep walking through life--unclear about my purpose and how to move forward. 

I stopped looking for the quick fixes and started doing the work!

Through the journey I've learned that my power doesn't lie in my resume, certifications or the attachment to things. My power lied in my clarity about why I'm here on earth. In healing my areas of brokenness (the inner wealth), I discovered how to save over $16,000 (...well with my hubby *insert happy dance*), paid off all debt before purchasing our first home within one year by the age of 25, and maintained a high credit score over 700. While working to create a healthy relationship with money, I desired a service that would guide my inner journey from pain, fears and shame to hope, self-esteem, and abundance, so I created one!

What I realized as I was building my creative empire-- I was an entrepreneur struggling to be seen, make an impact and most of all income.


I've prostituted my gifting by not charging what I'm worth, lived in a trapped cycle of posting my heart out on social media (*I really thought posting only would equal more money and clients*), signed up for EVERY freebie possible to help grow my business, and constantly announced sales in desperate need of getting someone (anyone) to say YES. But the most frustrating part for me was that I had a journal full of ideas, products and programs but they weren’t making me any money. I wasn’t profiting from these ideas, but I felt in my heart like these ideas were attached to my purpose. I felt like they came to me for a reason and I was supposed to do something with them. I had no idea how to commit to making shift happen for my business.

I've learned that there is no such thing as failure in life, its all feedback. Feedback of what does not require your attention and an opportunity to do something differently. 

After several years of being frustrated, exhausted, and confused about what to do next I realized that something different was required from me. I could no longer be afraid or skeptical to invest in a coach--thinking I would lose money and not get what I paid for since trying numerous programs and courses did not get me the real results I desired. I finally figured out how to take my journal of ideas and implement and package them.

As I began to work to help women transform their financial lifestyle I realized there were untapped gifts and potential that were just waiting to be released. Women who just needed the right steps and directions to celebrate their purpose. So, I naturally launched in to support them through their entrepreneurship journey because I know how it feels to have the desire to serve and make a difference in the world using your gifts. 

Most dreams die between what to do and how to do it.

Today, I provide training, coaching, and workshops to women like you! I am truly grateful to have a business built from the heart it's the only real way to create lasting transformation in yourself and the lives of others.

media & PRESS

Natasha M. Campbell, is often requested through numerous media outlets surrounding her passion for SUCCESS, personal finance, AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP for women and young adults. 

Natasha is available for television, radio, print and brand collaborations around these topics. Click here to contact us or email your request directly to


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Huffington Post: 4 Ways To Transform Your Money Mindset To Create A New Successful Financial Reality

U.S. News: Still Have Your College Bank Account? How to Save and Spend Like an Adult 

MSN Money: 40 Ways to Save Money Over the Holidays 

U.S. News: Dating? 5 Financial Issues That Make You Look Unappealing 

Nasdaq: 30 Quick Tips to Get Better With Your Money 

Daily Finance: 7 Best Things to Buy in June 

MSN Money: 30 Quick Tips to Get Better With Your Money

Air Force Credit Union: Jump Start on Financial Responsibility

Bankrate: 5 Tips For Opening A Teen Checking Account 

National Financial Educators Council: How Parents Best Teach Their Children Financial Skills? By Example, Says Experts

Washington Times: How to FIght the Prom Price War 

WiseBread: 8 Terrible Restaurant Values You Should Avoid 

NetCredit: Books and Sites To Help Improve Your Financial State

YoPro Wealth: Experts: Do You Need a Budget? Credit Card Guide: Build a Budget (Without Pulling Out Your Hair) 

Deposit Accounts: Is Digit the Answer to the Savings Crisis? 



The Ash Cash Show: Creating a Healthy Relationship With Your Money


(Are you an organizational leader, executive or brand that supports and/or serves women? I invite you to hire me to speak or collaborate for your next event! Click here for more information.)