My guest Bari Tessler knows about our relationship with money VERY well and in our conversation we explore the things she’s learned over the years as she had taught thousands of people about The Art of Money. Bari studied as a somatic psychologist and worked as a bookkeeper before moving into the area of financial therapy. Over the years Bari has learned many tools, techniques and teachings that she highlights in her new book The Art of Money.
Getting our money aligned with our values is possibly one of the most powerful actions we can make in a lifetime. Today’s guest, Jason Vitug has done just that and much more.
You’ve likely heard that multitasking can cause serious problems — that it kills your performance and can even kill people (texting while driving, anyone?). Yet perhaps you’ve ignored the research and prefer to think of yourself as being in the small minority of people who are great at multi-tasking. I get it. I was totally there up until about six months ago.
Looking at the world today, it’s easy to see why brands are more important now than at any time in the past. Brands are psychology and science brought together as a promise. Products have life cycles and brands outlive their products. Brands convey quality, credibility and experience and have become very valuable these days. Which is why my conversation with Re Perez comes at a perfect time!
Social media marketing can be a total pain. If you are anything like me, you’ve probably found that there are too many moving parts to learn and keep track of and yet you need to build an online presence for your business.
A staggering two thirds of Americans are more afraid of a money-related catastrophe than anything else, including death, according to a recent survey conducted by GOBankingRates. Many people never take the necessary steps to move past their money fears. Many simply allow financial panic to drive life choices.