As human beings, our relationships with money can be diverse and complicated, particularly for those of us raised and working in the US.

Regardless of your outlook on money, materialism, consumerism, etc, it’s still important to understand what a healthy relationship with money looks like for you. This is one of those cases where what you don’t know can hurt you. The only thing worse than not knowing about your finances is running into an unexpected “surprise.”

As entrepreneurs, our relationship with money isn’t just about being open to generating more revenue (which is a mind game of its own), but it’s also about feeling comfortable managing money and not feeling intimidated or ashamed about making financial decisions.

That’s why in this episode, we discuss:

  • How a lack of financial education in American culture is detrimental to entrepreneurs

  • The problem with thinking budgeting is boring or complicated

  • The importance of taking responsibility for our financial decisions

  • Why your mindset around managing your money can easily be up-leveled

  • Why not having a clear picture of your financial situation is like driving with the dashboard covered up

  • How our clients are able to change their perceptions about money by pulling their heads out of the sand

  • How working with our clients has convinced us that more is possible from our business