Money and Black People

Why Black People don't have Money. How to heal your Money Story.

This book will help you understand why black people so often don’t have money and how to change this situation - which has continued for so long, almost centuries upon centuries.

  • You will gain a better understanding of the perceptions black people have about money;
  • You will gain a better understanding of the money-related traumas which black nations have suffered for centuries and which they need to heal;
  • You will gain a better understanding of the money traumas that have created constraining money beliefs which continue to cause money havoc from generation to generation;
  • You will gain a better understanding of the money lies that black people have believed and lived by.
"The purpose of this book is to help heal our money story and to help start a new chapter regarding money for the black part of the nation. Busi Selesho shares her money story and tells how she persevered and got money freedom."


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Busi Selesho is an International Accredited Money Coach, Money Consciousness Teacher and Speaker, empowering individuals to have a better relationship with money, how to get out of the debt cycles and enjoy financial wellness and abundance. She teaches her clients how to tap into their skills sets, how to use their unused skills to make money, to take care of themselves and to impact others’ lives.

She teaches her clients about the energy of money, how to connect with money on an emotional level, clear money blocks and allow money to flow in their lives, how to get unstuck and achieve the things they want in life.

She is an entrepreneur, CEO of Isipho Sempilo HSE Solutions, has been married for 10 years and is a mother of 4. She is the founder of Money Breakfast where she hosts seminars and workshops on money consciousness, money energy, how-to-get-out-of-debt energy, and having a better relationship with money. She has created Online Money programmes to help those who cannot attend courses, and can be accessed on www.busiselesho.com.