Are you worried about money?
The honest answer is, who isn't worried about money? When was the last time today you worried about money? Why are we so worried about money? Why does it paralyze us all the time? No matter where we are in life, whether we have a lot of money or a little money, we're always thinking about money. It can cause panic attacks and make your entire life miserable. It can ruin your ability to make wise life decisions. If we want greater life satisfaction, we need to learn how to manage our anxiety with money. And the truth is, that it's all in our heads.
What This Audiobook Can Do for You
This book explores our anxieties related to money. Starting from the beginning with our needs, wants, and fears in life. Part One of the book explores how we think our wants are needs and how this confuses us into never being satisfied. The book also explores how advertising and the celebrity culture around us impact our thinking into always wanting more, always wanting the next new gadget, and how this is destructive behavior.
Part Two of the book explores the practical aspects of financial anxiety, or rather, what to do about it? From saving tips, to implementing new habits, to changing your mindset, this book teaches you to change the relationship you have with money.
Change your mindset and you can change your life. Yes, there are practical steps you need to take to manage your anxiety with money, but when you realize that it's largely all in your head, you can start to take control of your life. When you live with less anxiety, your whole life improves. Use this audiobook as a tool to help you get over your anxiety with money.
Would you consider the audio edition of Why We're Anxious about Money and How Our Mindset Makes All the Difference to be better than the print version?
I listen to the audio version on the way to work
What was one of the most memorable moments of Why We're Anxious about Money and How Our Mindset Makes All the Difference?
The point about alternative income streams. These days job stability isn't a realistic expectation, and learning to find other income streams is needed
What does Daniel Galvez II bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Articulate narration so I don't have to read!
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
No, just interesting and informative information