Ditch the idea of yourself as a starving artist. Throw away the notion that you’re doomed to be another poor creative soul. My long time pal Ramit Sethi is back on the show to remind us we need to get back on track to building and living a rich life. And believe me, that doesn’t have to mean cutting back the lattes.
Ramit has been on the show a few times, but if you haven’t caught up yet, let me fill you in. Ramit Sethi is the author of the NYT bestseller “I Will Teach You To Be Rich” and writes for over 500,000 monthly readers on his website, iwillteachyoutoberich.com. It’s one of my favorite go-to finance resources covering psychology, personal finance, careers, and entrepreneurship. No one has single-handedly given me better insight into the business side of art, than Ramit.
Ramit has updated & expanded 2nd edition of his book and joined me for a LIVE studio conversation on money confessions.
In this episode we get into:
- A rich life isn’t only about save money, it’s about defining & prioritizing the things you love the most.
- It’s one thing to manage our own personal finances but navigating that with our spouses and loved ones can be tricky. We talk about how we’ve navigated that in our own relationships and Ramit shares some strategies that can help all of us.
- Negotiating your salary, lowering your interest rate, or removing pesky fees, Ramit digs into the psychology of money – those invisible beliefs about money that may be holding you back.
- and much more.
Enjoy! If you dig the show, please give a shout out to Ramit on social and let him know. 🙂
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