Longtime listeners will be aware that proceeds from the Financial Wellbeing book go to the charity Penny Brohn. In this podcast episode Chris, David and Producer Tommo find out what fantastic work Penny Brohn does to help people live well with cancer. We hear from Dr Catherine Zollman on how our bodies are hardwired to heal, the different ways people deal with money after a cancer diagnosis and how the work they do at Penny Brohn inspired Chris to write the book.
Episode 38 - Keeping it Fuzzy with Greg Davies Join Chris, David and Producer Tommo for part 2 of the behavioural finance interview with Greg Davies. We are almost hardwired to make bad money decisions and perhaps being comfortably fuzzy with our financial plans can help. In this episode Greg looks at what we can [...]
Chris, Dave and Producer Tommo take a look at investments in this first of a three part series. Chris interviews psychologist and behavioural finance expert Dr Daniel Crosby. They chat about how we can modify our natural behaviours to increase our chances of investment success and more importantly enjoy our investment journey. There are some great takeaways about positive behaviours we can apply to increase our financial wellbeing. We have some great money saving tips from #tightasstommo the man who never knowingly overspends and plenty of laughs throughout this longer than usual bumper packed episode.
One of the biggest moments of change in our lives is surely when we move from working to not working. What does retirement mean and how can it have a sense of purpose. This Financial Wellbeing post takes a look at preparing for a meaningful retirement.
In this episode Chris has a chat with the founder of the Young Money Blog, Iona Bain. They discuss financial education, challenges younger people face and the importance of establishing saving habits. They also take a look at the pressures on young people from social media and society based expectations, such as keeping up with others and the work/life balance.
In this episode Chris, David and Producer Tommo are joined by behavioural economist Greg Davies who talks about how our emotions effect our decision making process and how we can become more comfortable when making financial choices. We have Tight Ass Tommo's #tipoftheweek along with money saving tips from our podcast listeners.
Episode 21: Financial Capability with Neil Bage As always Chris is also joined by David, where they talk what they have been up to since the last episode, and discuss a new feature with Tip Of The Week from Tommo. Neil Bage talks about financial capability, looking at our behaviour and how it relates to [...]