Has the pandemic caused you to feel less-than at any point?
Do you find your painstakingly-formed money habits harder to stick with?
Are you worried about losing your job or figuring out how to make ends meet?
Many of us have faced one or all of these pressures since March. And we’re wearing thin, if we haven’t already crumbled.
Today’s guest, Dr. Dan Ariely, best-selling author and famed behavioral economist, returns to the show with a simple message for us:
“My responsibility ends at me doing the best job I can.”
If this resonates with you, tune in as Dr. Ariely and I discuss the emotional complexity of money.
Specifically, we discuss: preparing for a job loss and lowering expenses, the emotional and financial complexity of control, the value of resilience (and how to become more resilient), and embracing the pain of the process.