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April is Financial Literacy month and in honor of that this podcast episode is all about our relationship with money. Money is essential to our daily lives which is why it is so important to put the time and energy into your relationship with it.
The current pandemic has shown a bright spotlight on the fact that Americans have not been saving as they should and many are now in a vulnerable situation. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Episode 12 of Kickass Every Day focuses on you taking control of your money in a healthy way and seeing it as a tool and nothing else.
“A person either disciplines his finances or his finances disciplines him.”
― Orrin Woodward
The goal for this episode is to share with you why the relationship you have with money needs to be nurtured and respected and some ways you can accomplish this.
You will also hear me talk about the following :
- The importance of knowing where your money is going.
- Knowing how you really feel about money
- Getting clear about what your financial goals are.
- Why you must increase your financial literacy.
- A unique way to use gratitude in this relationship.
Money is an essential tool in all of our lives which is why it is so important to learn and understand the skills of handling money. Anybody can learn them. Use personal development to take control of this area of your life and if you have kids make sure to teach them these skills as well.
Please make sure to subscribe in Apple Podcasts or the player of your choice if you haven’t already so you never miss out on the fun. I would love to know your thoughts and experiences around money. Feel free to add to the conversation below! If you think someone else could benefit from learning about personal development, feel free to share this with them. I look forward to connecting with you next week!
Till next time-
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Brian Tracy- Financial Freedom
Financial Literacy 101- https://www.csuci.edu/sbs/documents/financial-literacy-101.pdf
Great Shows to Watch About Money-