Hold what you have loosely with an open hand to create space for generosity. That’s what this week’s special guest, Tim Meisenheimer of Streamline Financial Services, is all about. On this week’s episode, Tim and James share the value of intentional giving and how they are changing wealth management culture one conversation at a time.
Your past history informs your present.
Your money story is no different.
If you want to understand why your relationship with money is the way it is, first take a look at:
– why you’re an anxious saver
– why you like to buy gifts for everyone you love
– why you stay in a state of unawareness regarding money
You have to be open to having the conversation that pieces those “flashpoints”, those defining moments in your story, into the narrative informing your decisions today.
Is there an inexhaustible cup that we can pour from to fill ourselves up with happiness? James might have stumbled upon the answer. On this week’s episode, James explains Einhorn’s Theory of Happiness. In any futile attempts at finding that “key” to happiness, were you just focusing on the wrong thing?
If you could try anything just to say you did it, even if you fell flat on your face, what would you do? On this week’s episode, commercial photographer Jonathan Willis shares with James his adventurous career that is driven by one simple truth: failure only hurts for a second.
If “failure is a part of life”, why do we try so hard to hide it? On this week’s episode, special guest Jay Messner shares his success story, or rather his failure story, that gave way to success. By owning your failures and sharing your humanity, you can find peace in defeat and truly appreciate the wins when they come.
We’ve all met people who are wonderfully optimistic as well as those that are deeply pessimistic. In this episode of The Rich Life Podcast, James Lenhoff talks to us about how counterproductive pessimism is and the rewards of being an optimist.
Approximately 20 percent of adults are impacted by mental illness. If you, or someone you know, is struggling with their mental health, you may find financial health suffers as well.
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