Are you REALLY bad with money, or is that simply an excuse to not tackle your financial troubles? The thing is, we ALL want to make great strides with our money, but most of us weren’t taught how!
In today’s episode I share with you a tiny secret that will have a huge impact on your finances with minimal effort, so that you can take the first step to getting on top of your money.
[02.01] Lessons in money from an art teacher
[05.11] Primary basic needs (and money worries)
[06.00] Where to start
[07.24] Money is finite
[10.05] A shift in your WANT
[14.00] What you need to do
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“Anyone can be good at anything.” – Lisa Linfield
“There is an easy way to manage money, from your every day spending all the way actually through to your investing for your future, but you just weren’t taught it.” – Lisa Linfield
“In this day and age, our money represents what it did in the old caveman days, of safety and security.” – Lisa Linfield
“All change starts first with changing your thinking.” – Lisa Linfield
“Apart from your health, your wealth is the only area of your life where not sorting it out is not an option.” – Lisa Linfield
“You were born to live a great life, and have a great future.” – Lisa Linfield
“If you change nothing, nothing changes.” – Lisa Linfield
“You need the combination of both fear AND hope, to drive you forward.” – Lisa Linfield
“Our spending reflects our values.” – Lisa Linfield
“Tracking your money is an exercise in mindfulness.” – Lisa Linfield