Episode 52 is all about becoming more comfortable talking about money and the reasons behind that. As we wind down Financial Literacy month I really wanted to spend a little time focusing on the area of finance when it comes to personal development. As you know, since I started Kickass Every Day, I try to devote one episode every couple of months to this area.

Financial Literacy month has actually become one of my favorites because it is so important that we understand how to have a good working relationship with money. How to earn it, spend it, save it, invest it and grow it. There are so many Americans who are just completely lacking in financial education and because of that, have been hit really hard during this past year. This episode is all about the conversation around money.

“Money isn’t the most important thing in life, but it’s reasonably close to oxygen on the ‘gotta have it’ scale.”

 

 -Zig Ziglar

So the goal of this episode is to encourage you to become more comfortable talking about money and the reasons behind that.

We will talk about :

  • A few reasons as to why you might be uncomfortable talking about money
  • A few reasons why you NEED to change that

When it comes to your money, you need to be your own best advocate. You need to work to improve your self-esteem and confidence in this area of your life. This is absolutely doable. There are so many great free resources on the internet and I have listed some of them below. I have shared some things from my own journey and growth in this area in several episodes now. Being able to understand and actively participate in your own financial future is so important and a necessity that our kids need to know.

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. Have you been able to turn around your money situation? If so please share it below. Have some more questions about this topic? Please ask those below as well!! Together we will be the changes and differences we want to see in the world.  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-