Episode 60 – Interview with The Financial Healer, Mark Bristow
How damaging can our relationship with money be? Chris, David and Producer Tommo have a chat with Mark Bristow, The Financial Healer, about how we can uncover and challenge our self-limiting beliefs. From great #tightasstommotips to David’s excessive use of Bristol Rovers player names this is a podcast to keep you entertained!
Welcomes and introductions
I’m not that modest 😉 (the quiet one who does all the work – Tammy Devonald)
Initiative for Financial Wellbeing update – Click here for more information about IFW
What is this podcast all about –
- An interview with Mark Bristow, author of the book The Financial Healer. Talking about our relationship with money and how it can cause stress and unhappiness.
Tight Ass Tommo
Two old guys reminisce about TVs, with rentals, thefts and wonky aerials.
#tightasstommo Tip of the week – National Trust membership and wellbeing
Mark Bristow Interview
What is financial coaching?
Financial wellbeing and your relationship with money
If you go to a financial coach – make sure they are trained and have experience
“Increase your self worth to increase your net worth”Mark Bristow
David Lloyd’s reputation precedes him!
Chris and Mark know each other from training days, and although they went different ways, have ended up in similar areas
How did Mark get into financial coaching
NLP – Neuro Linguistic Programming
How Mark incorrectly judged himself and found he was in the wrong job – what he did next
Achievement without recognition
When it is all about gaining money, and you gain that money, what then?
Emotional Freedom Technique
The book is all about self worth and how to get to your core self-limiting beliefs
How to uncover those self limiting beliefs?
Bruce Lipton & Epigenetics – the biology of belief
External sources play a large part in forming our beliefs when young, and we seek to support them. What memory is causing our belief? How can we rework the memory with a positive outcome?
Marks childhood memory creating a mistaken belief, and how it followed him into adulthood
The ‘there’s someting missing’ conundrum
Believing in ourselves
What one thinkg can we do differently? Catch a negative view and ask yourself, is it true?
If you would like to purchase a copy of The Financial Wellbeing Book please click on this link to visit Penny Brohn UK shop
Conclusions from the guys
How writers come up with names
“If we talk to friends like we talk to ourselves we wouldn’t have many friends”