Is forgiveness really that crucial to a healthy financial life? If so, how can we incorporate it into our daily lives?
We explore why forgiveness doesn’t mean talking about the “dumb” mistakes we make with money. In fact, it has nothing to do with forgetting the decisions we’ve made or the situations we find ourselves in. This time, Garrett is under the microscope as him and Sarah talk about who forgiveness is really for, how to let go of expectations, and exercises to practice forgiveness...
What does “enough” look like in our financial lives? We explore how the idea of “enough” has both prevented and helped us lead better financial lives. Garrett and Sarah also explore negative feelings with money, how society has taught us to avoid them. For resources mentioned in this episode, head over to: http://beyondthedollar.co/103
This episode is equal parts uncomfortable and uplifting as Megan shares the shame and guilt that comes with being a “trust fund” kid. She lays it all out there, from the need to hide in her shell, to working through the shame in therapy, and her desire to be seen as a valid member of society.
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Can money increase our levels of happiness?
We explore this question and how the idea of happiness has manifested in our financial lives. Sarah shares a story which left Garrett saying “Oh, S(#T.”
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Introducing Beyond The Dollar, a podcast by financial coaches Sarah Li Cain of High Fiving Dollars and Garrett Philbin of Be Awesome Not Broke. It's about deep and honest conversations about how money affects our well-being. You won't hear the latest money hacks or budgeting tips. Rather, it's a space to explore the highs and lows around our finances and how it bleeds into every area of our lives. Subscribe now!