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The Life and Money Conversations Podcast

Women Financial Advancement Network

Women Financial Advancement Network Presents The Life and Money Conversations Podcast. This podcast is centred around conversations about life and money with your hosts Lisa Pallavi Barbora and Partha Iyengar.

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Money Block 5 – Lacking Trustworthy Financial Advice
May 7 2022
Money Block 5 – Lacking Trustworthy Financial Advice
A money block is really a belief you hold about the role money plays in your life. You may be aware of this belief or it may just be a subconscious one. Nevertheless, a money belief is something you agree to be true about money and its role in your life. This concept was pioneered and conceptualised by renowned US-based Financial Planner and Financial Therapist, Rick Kahler. Sometimes, these beliefs can be very limiting. The one we are discussing this week is about lacking trustworthy financial advice. This block can prevent us from accessing professional help in an area where we ourselves may not be equipped with the relevant knowledge and awareness. While there is always the risk of trusting the wrong advice, with a little bit of groundwork you can find a good trustworthy professional with relevant experience to help you achieve your financial goals. Partha Iyengar and Lisa Pallavi Barbora, have an open and freewheeling chat about how this belief affects women and what can be done to transform it. Some of the contours of this conversation touch upon aspects of why it occurs and also what small steps one can take to overcome this money block. Being afraid to trust others and then trying to make hard money choices all by ourselves can be risky. Rather, listen in to find out how you can find the right professional to help you in your money journey. Social Media 👉  YouTube | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Website 👈 About us The Women Financial Advancement Network🙋🏻‍♀️  Asia's First Fee-only Women’s Network of Financial Wellness Coaches, Financial Wellness Advocates and Financial Advisers.
Money Block 5 – Lacking Trustworthy Financial Advice
May 7 2022
Money Block 5 – Lacking Trustworthy Financial Advice
A money block is really a belief you hold about the role money plays in your life. You may be aware of this belief or it may just be a subconscious one. Nevertheless, a money belief is something you agree to be true about money and its role in your life. This concept was pioneered and conceptualised by renowned US-based Financial Planner and Financial Therapist, Rick Kahler. Sometimes, these beliefs can be very limiting. The one we are discussing this week is about lacking trustworthy financial advice. This block can prevent us from accessing professional help in an area where we ourselves may not be equipped with the relevant knowledge and awareness. While there is always the risk of trusting the wrong advice, with a little bit of groundwork you can find a good trustworthy professional with relevant experience to help you achieve your financial goals. Partha Iyengar and Lisa Pallavi Barbora, have an open and freewheeling chat about how this belief affects women and what can be done to transform it. Some of the contours of this conversation touch upon aspects of why it occurs and also what small steps one can take to overcome this money block. Being afraid to trust others and then trying to make hard money choices all by ourselves can be risky. Rather, listen in to find out how you can find the right professional to help you in your money journey. Social Media 👉  YouTube | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Website 👈 About us The Women Financial Advancement Network🙋🏻‍♀️  Asia's First Fee-only Women’s Network of Financial Wellness Coaches, Financial Wellness Advocates and Financial Advisers.
Money Block 3 – Lacking confidence in your own money knowledge
Mar 23 2022
Money Block 3 – Lacking confidence in your own money knowledge
A money block is really a belief you hold about the role money plays in your life. You may be aware of this belief or it may just be a subconscious one. Nevertheless, a money belief is something you agree to be true about money and its role in your life. This concept was pioneered and conceptualised by renowned US-based Financial Planner and Financial Therapist, Rick Kahler. Sometimes, these beliefs can be very limiting. For example, here is a common belief, no amount of money is enough or money cannot bring happiness or too much money corrupts. These beliefs if ingrained in our being can potentially limit us from achieving our aspirations. Hence, it is important not only to recognize hidden money beliefs but also to try and transform them in a manner that is freeing for you. In this episode, we speak about a common money belief that can affect both men and women: lacking confidence in your money knowledge. Partha Iyengar and Lisa Pallavi Barbora, have an open and freewheeling chat about how this belief affects women and what can be done to transform it. Some of the contours of this conversation touch upon aspects of why it occurs. Is it that society has made it a taboo subject? Is it that women feel it’s a man’s responsibility to discuss money? Often the way this shows up in our money lives, especially for women, is in the form of a lack of awareness, communication and contribution to any money decisions that impact the rest of the family. Being unaware can make you under-confident, distrustful and can make you feel judged, hence, you just avoid the subject altogether. Lastly, we discuss what can one do to change this? The process is not going to result in any overnight success, nevertheless, the transformation from negative beliefs is important. Social Media 👉  YouTube | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Website 👈 About us The Women Financial Advancement Network🙋🏻‍♀️  Asia's First Fee-only Women’s Network of Financial Wellness Coaches, Financial Wellness Advocates and Financial Advisers.
Money Block 2 – Money Secrecy
Mar 8 2022
Money Block 2 – Money Secrecy
A money block is really a belief you hold about the role money plays in your life. You may be aware of this belief or it may just be a subconscious one. Nevertheless, a money belief is something you agree to be true about money and its role in your life. This concept was pioneered and conceptualised by renowned US-based Financial Planner and Financial Therapist, Rick Kahler. Sometimes, these beliefs can be very limiting. For example, here is a common belief, no amount of money is enough or money cannot bring happiness or too much money corrupts. These beliefs if ingrained in our being can potentially limit us from achieving our aspirations. Hence, it is important not only to recognize hidden money beliefs but also to try and transform them in a manner that is freeing for you. In this episode we speak about a common money belief found generously in women folk: Ssh we can’t talk about money – money secrecy. Partha Iyengar and Lisa Pallavi Barbora, have an open and freewheeling chat about how this belief affects women and what can be done to transform it. Some of the contours of this conversation touch upon aspects of why it occurs. Is it that society has made it a taboo subject? Is it that women feel it’s a man’s responsibility to discuss money? Often the way this shows up in our money lives, especially for women, is in the form of a lack of awareness, communication and contribution to any money decisions that impact the rest of the family. Being unaware can make you under-confident, distrustful and can make you feel judged, hence, you just avoid the subject altogether. Lastly, we discuss what can one do to change this? The process is not going to result in any overnight success, nevertheless, the transformation from negative beliefs is important. Social Media 👉  YouTube | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Website 👈 About us The Women Financial Advancement Network🙋🏻‍♀️  Asia's First Fee-only Women’s Network of Financial Wellness Coaches, Financial Wellness Advocates and Financial Advisers.
Money Block 1 – My needs come last
Feb 16 2022
Money Block 1 – My needs come last
A money block is really a belief you hold about the role money plays in your life. You may be aware of this belief or it may just be a subconscious one. Nevertheless, a money belief is something you agree to be true about money and its role in your life. This concept was pioneered and conceptualised by renowned US-based Financial Planner and Financial Therapist, Rick Kahler. Sometimes, these beliefs can be very limiting. For example, here is a common belief, no amount of money is enough or money cannot bring happiness or too much money corrupts. These beliefs, if ingrained in our being, can potentially limit us from achieving our aspirations. Hence, it is important not only to recognize hidden money beliefs but also to try and transform them in a manner that is freeing for you. In this episode we speak about a common money belief found generously in women folk: My needs come last. Partha Iyengar and Lisa Pallavi Barbora, have an open and freewheeling chat about how this belief affects women and what can be done to transform it. Some of the contours of this conversation touch upon aspects of why it occurs. Is it a sense of responsibility towards the rest of the family, the role of a caregiver or it is imposed by society? Is this a purely limiting belief or could there be some benefits to it as well? After all, everyone needs some care and someone needs to take on the role, even when it comes to money matters. At the same time, what could be some pitfalls? Taken to an extreme can this behaviour become detrimental for women? Often the way this shows up in our money lives, especially for women, is in the form of a lack of awareness, communication and contribution to any money decisions that impact the rest of the family. She is often left in the dark, only to realise the error when it’s too late. Lastly, we discuss what can one do to change this? The process is not going to result in any overnight success, nevertheless, the transformation from negative beliefs is important. Social Media 👉  YouTube | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Website 👈 About us The Women Financial Advancement Network🙋🏻‍♀️  Asia's First Fee-only Women’s Network of Financial Wellness Coaches, Financial Wellness Advocates and Financial Advisers.