It’s been long overdue, but the guys finally have a chat with Liz Zeidler from The Centre for Thriving Places and explore the links between wellbeing and our finances. No Shizzle Sherlock has some no nonsense words from Producer Tommo and there is an update from a previous #tightasstommo money saving tip. Come and enjoy a great episode . . .
Welcomes & Introductions
- Sporting news featuring golf and cricket
- Music news from Chris
- Link to the Initiative for Financial Wellbeing
- Link to purchase The Financial Wellbeing Book
What is todays podcast all about?
An interview with Liz Zeidler from the Centre for Thriving Places – a long overdue chat about their wellbeing work and it’s connections to financial wellbeing.
The No Shizzle Sherlock Test
The biggest risk is not taking any riskMark Zuckerberg
Whilst this may be obvious, be careful who you take advice from! Tell us your thoughts on Twitter – @FinWellbeing
An update from David on using a previous #tightasstommo tip
Moneybox helps you collect loose change digitally – every time you spend, it rounds up to the nearest pound and saves the difference for you.
Link to MoneyBox if you want to give it a go
TATTOTW – It’s blackberry season, bring tuppaware on walks for free food
Interview with Liz Zeidler
Liz Zeidler – founder of the not for profit Centre for Thriving Places
What is the happiness pulse all about?
3 main areas of wellbeing –
- Be – mental and emotional wellbeing
- Do – doing things that are good for us
- Connect – social and relationships
How does money interact with these areas?
Is happiness at the whim of external factors?
Reservoir of wellbeing metaphor
The importance of learning and where to look for opportunities
Don’t be intimidated, doing something is good for wellbeing
Just noticing – shout out to @AskAdamOwen for his holiday Brown Sign game
How you spend your money effects your relationships
Giving: time / attention / thoughtfulness, for both your wellbeing and somebody else’s
Conclusions from the guys
This all lends validation and support to what the Financial Wellbeing Podcast has been talking about for the last six years
Use money to inform your wellbeing decisions.
If you would like to explore what Liz Zeidler is doing at The Centre for Thriving Places further, click here to head over to the website
Do you have any financial wellbeing questions you would like us to answer? Or do you have a #tightasstommo money saving tip you would like to share with our listeners?
If so, let us know by going to Twitter @Finwellbeing or email – email@example.com
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