Episode 88 – Giving for Your Wellbeing
This episode is all about convincing you that giving to others will make you happy – the wellbeing behind philanthropy! We want to hear your thoughts on the No Shizzle Sherlock topic and as ever, #TightAssTommo has some questionable money saving tips to help you beat the cost of living crisis.
Welcomes & Introductions
Featuring hay fever, a happy westie called Luna and golfing success
What is todays podcast all about?
Taking a look at philanthropy – that giving is not just for the super rich and how giving is good for you
The No Shizzle Sherlock Test
Every episode they guys will take a look at a questionable financial tip – will it be insightful and meaningful advice, or from the land of the bleeding obvious!
This time the spotlight is on Elon Musk –
I thought to myself, what are some of the other problems that are likely to most effect the future of humanity? I invested not from the perspective of what’s the best way to make money.Elon Musk
Dear listeners – what are your thoughts on this one? No Shizzle Sherlock/Obvious or A Load of Shizzle Sherlock/Terrible. Let us know on Twitter – @finwellbeing
- Try misspelling item wanted on auction sites like Ebay – you will find cheap items with no other bidders
- Extend the 5 second rule to 10 seconds! (from Tammy)
Todays Topic –
How much do ultra-high net-worth people give to charity each year?
Producer Tommo’s homework on giving trends – from how much is donated to who has been donating. Buckle up, he has a lot of stats for you!
Why people don’t give to charity?
What are some good reasons to give to charity?
The principles of giving to enhance our wellbeing –
- planned giving
- personal connection
- see the impact
Book link – The Book of Joy
Conclusions from the guys
Want to know more about giving? Where to go next;
- Talk to your financial planner about building a philanthropy plan into your cashflow forecast
- Book link – Giving is Good For You, John Nickson
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