Today on The Worth Project we’re getting really honest about our money. We’re talking about what we’ve done with our money in the past to get us to this point, our biggest money mistakes, and some of the changes we’re making going forward. Some of these mistakes are very cringeworthy (like that time Jordan called a loan shark…) and some of the new habits or defaults we’ve created that are really helpful.

In this podcast, we talk about the cash money and we also talk about our money mindsets, which we’ve worked really hard to improve over the past few years.

 

On this podcast you’ll learn:

We’re having an off the cuff discussion and sharing our money history, including:

  • The best things we’ve done with our money over the past 13 years to get us to this point
  • Our worst money mistakes, which we kind of hate admitting
  • What we’ve changed about our money recently, including hor our mindset has changed

 

We share these things for two reasons. First, to help give you some idea about what has worked for us when it comes to money because maybe some of it will work for you too.

But we’re also sharing this to let you know that we make mistakes too. A lot of them. And while we wish we could have a few do-overs, talking about these mistakes helps us learn from them, and we hope you’ll learn from them too.

It’s time to live a life that’s better than fine.

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