In today’s podcast episode, we delve into the complex world of money well-being with financial guru, Manisha Thakur.
Manisha shares her personal journey of overcoming the 'never enough' mindset and explores the psychological aspects of money.
We discuss the societal pressures that equate happiness to more money and possessions, and how this can lead to work addiction and a warped sense of self-worth.
Manisha's insights extend beyond money, touching on aspects of work, success, and self-worth.
Drawing from her book, "Money- Zen -The Secrets of Finding Enough", she provides strategies to redefine our idea of achievement.
Our chat today emphasizes the importance of financial health as a foundation for emotional wealth and explores how love, health, learning, and contribution form the bedrock of true wealth.
Join us as we debunk myths, bust stereotypes, and redefine financial success with Manisha Thakur.
- Financial well-being guru Manisha Thakur discusses the cultural and societal pressures that equate more money to happiness
- Manisha's book, "The Secrets of Finding Enough," which offers strategies to redefine success
- Where the idea of “money zen” came from
- Manisha shares her personal journey of overcoming the 'never enough' mindset
- Delving into the realm of work, success, and self-worth, past traumas often fuel work addiction
- Whether certain people are more susceptible to becoming workaholics
- Discussion on how our self-worth often stems from our net worth
- The importance of financial health as a foundation for emotional wealth is stressed
- Debunking myths and stereotypes about wealth and happiness
- Discussion on how love, health, learning, and contribution form the bedrock of true wealth
- How lifestyles shown in the media and internet impact how people feel about their own success
- How work-from-home impacted the issue of overwork
- Questions people can ask themselves about their money and life priorities
- Am I happy?
- What would bring me closer to happiness or make me happier?
- Start with happiness, not productivity.
- Redefining what financial health looks like for you
- Importance of creating a to-don't list alongside a to-do list to maximize success
- Emphasis on practical tips for achieving financial freedom and spreading financial literacy
- Understanding personal circumstances when making financial decisions
- The power of sharing knowledge and resources with others is explored.
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Manisha Thakour’s new book – Money Zen – the secret to finding your “Enough.”
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