The Flywheel Podcast with Victor Jimenez: Entrepreneurship | Happiness | Business | Passion | Life | Meaning
About This Show
This podcast covers a range of topics, focusing on the theme that creative individuals are the ones who drive change in this world. It’s the small businesses, the artists, the risk takers; these are the ones in the driver’s seat.
Most Recent Episode
TFP-027-What is your Relationship with Money? – Dr. Sarah Newcomb
It’s a loaded word and idea.
We all have stories that we tell ourselves about money, what it is and how we interact with it. Some people pursue it as an end goal while others avoid it like the plague. Either way, these ideas are guiding many decisions and relationships that we have in our lives. Relationships with our families, friends, and society as a whole. As entrepreneurs and business owners, we carry all of those personal ideas into our businesses and it can have a tremendous impact on how we operate and grow.
In this episode, my guest Dr. Sarah Newcomb and I have an in-depth discussion about how to unpack and understand our relationship with finances so that we can make better decisions without leaving our values behind. She is the author of Loaded: Money, Psychology, and How to Get Ahead without Leaving Your Values Behind
Some of the things we discuss
* What it’s really is about
* Why we have such different relationships with money
* How to align it with your needs values
* How to uncover where we get our ideas
Loaded: Money, Psychology, and How to Get Ahead without Leaving Your Values Behind
From the Inside Flap
Does money represent luxury, security, and peace of mind, or stress, inequality, barriers, and greed? LOADED is written for anyone who struggles with their complex relationship with the so-called “root of all evil.”
Rather than offering traditional financial advice, Sarah Newcomb (a Morningstar behavioral economist) digs deeper and approaches money management from a fresh angle. LOADED explains how our experiences with money have a psychological basis and can often run counter to our core values.
Our personal history has a profound influence on how we handle or mishandle money. In reality, however, money is a simple tool, a neutral resource that is full of possibilities. It can be used for good or for ill, and how we use it is entirely a matter of personal choice. Our relationship with money is almost never about the numbers. It is about the storie