Money

E.22: Money Traps & the Keys to Overcome Them

with Rev. Karen Russo

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Episode Notes:

What if money is NOT the root of all evil and that in fact your relationship with money can be just as spiritual as going to church? What if your money issues are really faith issues?

Rev. Karen Russo talks about our relationship with money and the Divine as one and she presents 3 core money myths (or money traps) that keep many people stuck in their money woes. For each myth, she also presents a set of keys or practices to overcome them.

To learn more about Rev. Karen, her books and her work, you can go to her website: TheMoneyKeys.com

E.12: The Art of Money

with Bari Tessler

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Episode Notes:

What if old money stories are keeping you from creating a healthier financial reality for yourself? What if budgeting and learning to manage money doesn't have to be boring, dry or scary? And what if a three-tiered approach to budgeting could help you move towards living the life you want to live?

Financial therapist, coach, author and teacher, Bari Tessler talks about her Art of Money methodology which is the core of her work in The Art Of Money year-long program and her book, The Art of Money: A Life-changing Guide To Financial Happiness.

With her characteristic warmth, Bari walks us through the three core stages of her work: Money Healing, Money Practice and Money Maps; and she talks about the unique aspects of her work and why it is so effective. 

To learn more about Bari, you can go to her website and you can also purchase her book on Amazon.  

E.09: Changing Your Money Stories

with Colin Ryan

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Episode Notes:

Are your money stories helping or hurting you? Have you even payed attention to the story you keep telling yourself about you and money? What if you could start telling a different story?

Colin brings his stand-up comedy and storytelling skills to teach people how to create new skills in the personal finances, and therefore start creating a new story about money. We talked about the collective shame around money and how secrecy around our money mistakes serves to perpetuate money woes and money shame. We also talked about the first step in changing your money story.

Colin's new book is called, A Comedic Guide to Money. It's a great resource for parents to help them start having conversations with their kids about money.

You can find more about Colin and book him for a talk at your company, school or library through his website.