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Tina Chen, CPCC, PCC

Wealth Mastery Coach, championing women overachievers to reclaim your freedom, travel and play!

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Known for her exuberant positivity, contagious laugh, and fresh approach to cultivating inner and outer wealth, Tina Chen has coached and mentored hundreds of overachieving women entrepreneurs around the world, on the lonely road from solopreneur to entrepreneur, from working hard to working smart, and from worker bee to investor queen.

Having started her first business in 1997, and with over a decade of experience in wealth mastery, success coaching, leadership agility, business strategy, digital design, and online marketing, Tina champions women entrepreneurs to create a liberating and sustainable 6-figure business, with customized residual assets. She has become a thought leader in the location-independent movement, by guiding women to simplify, systematize, and reclaim their freedom, travel, and play.

As an entrepreneur and philanthropist, Tina has lived, worked and volunteered in 40+ countries to spread this message: To all the women who have been misunderstood or excluded for being different, who thought they had to become the best man they can be, who have overcome heartbreak and hardship, and who were brave enough to break the mold, you are deserving of a rich life!

Tina is trained and certified through The Coaches Training Institute and the International Coaching Federation. She writes and teaches women how to navigate through entrepreneurship, love and a 1/3 life crisis with grace. Off paper, she’s a recovering achievaholic, ex-perfectionist and wisdom hoarder.

To get started on your 6-figure freedom quest, download your free Wealth Kit at http://www.innerouterwealth.com/wealth-mastery-kit

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