Grad Bites: Managing Money when You’re Self-Employed
Dennis Harhalakis, Founder of Cambridge Money Coaching, shows people how to transform the way they think about money, helping them to reduce anxiety and other negative emotions, make better financial decisions and communicate in healthy ways.
In this video, Dennis gives guidance to self-employed people on managing your money. In particular, he addresses the importance of understanding how much to charge for your work and pricing your services correctly.
About Dennis Harhalakis
Dennis enjoyed a successful 30-year career in financial services before moving into money coaching. This change was driven by experiencing a period of money anxiety in his own life and a desire to understand what drives money behaviour. Dennis explains that, even though money is central to our lives, few people have been shown how to manage their personal finances, and many of us get stressed about it. Money coaching is a framework for how we think and feel about money. Having a proper understanding about money reduces anxiety and helps us to make better decisions, enabling us to achieve true financial independence. Dennis is the recipient of the 2023 IFW (Institute for Financial Wellbeing) Award for Financial Wellbeing Educator.
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More from Dennis
We have produced a series of videos and blogs with Dennis, in which he explains how to build a positive, healthy relationship with money.
Grad Bites: Money and Me – Understanding our Relationship with Money
Dennis discusses why people feel overwhelmed by financial matters. He explains the importance of building a healthy relationship with money, & how to begin
Grad Bites: Developing Positive Financial Behaviours
Dennis explains how certain positive financial behaviours can help you stay in control of your finances, to build wealth & financial security for the future
Grad Bites: Dealing with Debt
Dennis gives key pointers on managing money & dealing
with debt. He explains the difference between good debt & bad debt, & how to avoid getting trapped in poor financial decisions
More for the self-employed
The pros & cons of working for yourself, plus helpful resources including tools, training courses & where to find practical advice