In my latest Financially Sound Podcast, I’m going deep on one of my favorite topics — financial happiness. Financial happiness is our holy grail or what we all seek. We want to use our money in a way that makes us feel good, not guilty or full of regret afterwards. Unfortunately, for many people, financial happiness seems out-of-reach due to debt or because they live paycheck-to-paycheck. Well, the good news is achieving money happiness is not as elusive as it may seem. We all have within us the ability to find our money happiness, regardless of our current financial reality.
It’s also important to note that money happiness is different from financial freedom. People tend to confuse the two because they want both. People who do have financial freedom don’t always have money happiness. I’ll share a recent conversation I had with my Mom to underline that point in the podcast. Thankfully, you can also experience money happiness before you achieve financial freedom.
What is Your Relationship to Money?
Whether or not you have money happiness often depends on your relationship with money. I’ll share two questions that I ask clients to help get at the root of their relationship with money. Please don’t skip this step because how you think about money drives your decisions, big and small, and ultimately creates your reality.
The Benefits of Financial Happiness
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In my latest podcast, I explore how your relationship with money affects the level of financial happiness you experience. Learn questions to ask yourself to assess how you feel about money. I also outline the 7 Benefits of Financial Happiness.
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How would you describe your relationship with money? Have you found money happiness?