Welcome to Episode 29 of The Collective Wisdom Podcast. This week features a topic that affects us all in some way or another: money.
Joining me is Dennis Harhalakis, a certified money coach, who has so much wisdom to share about the psychology of money, and how understanding our own attitudes and beliefs towards it, is the key to lasting financial independence and success, either on a personal level, or if we're running a business.
It is a subject that's at the centre of our lives, and yet we're never really taught much about it. Instead, we pick up, often unhelpful, beliefs that can lead to anxiety, shame or regret that actually become the money blocks in our life.
As Dennis so wisely says at the end, money doesn't come with instructions, but it does come with a whole set of emotions. I found this conversation fascinating and it definitely caused me to stop and reflect on my own attitudes to money, and how intentional or even conscious they are. Understanding this stuff can really change your mindset around money, and with it your financial reality.
If this conversation has caused you to learn more about money coaching and how it can help you can head over to Dennis's website at;
Cambridge Money Coaching
where you can take the money quiz or book in a free consultation call to discuss any challenges you are facing and whether Dennis can help.
Music ‘Wish you were here’ by Pink Floyd
The Collective Wisdom Podcast Playlist
Wisdom: Money doesn’t come with instructions only emotions.
“You don’t have to believe everything you think”
Michelle Welsch: Leap and the net will appear
Adanna Onuekwusi: The art of simplicity simply means making peace with your complexity
Damon Bowen-Ashwin: We really can do ANYTHING if we put our minds to it
Enough: Unlock a life of abundance starting right where you are
Daniel Bauer: You’ll never go wrong treating people right
Vanessa Rigg and Keyna Doran: How to save an orchard
Marco Houwen: Don’t underestimate what you can achieve in 10 years
Rien MacDonald: We are all imposters. Have some self-compassion and jump into the arena
Mandell Conway: Eat the chicken and spit out the bones
Lon Wong: ‘How can I be more human?’
Dr. Rebecca Lewis: How to have a healthy menopause
Gene Early: Love has a name
Michael Averill: Take the time and make the most of it
Enrika Greathous: Be the light
Reflection and Gratitude: A selection of favourite moments from Seasons 1,2 and 3
Rebecca Harrison: Slow down and take a break
Clive Glass: Don’t stress the ‘could haves’ if it should have been, it would have.
Victoria Hefty: You’re not going to find your place in the world until you know who you are.
Siobhan Curham: This too is for the best
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