Financial Therapy

Money Neuroscience ... hack chemicals in your brain to be better with money

January 05, 2021 Jane Monica-Jones Season 1 Episode 7
Financial Therapy
Money Neuroscience ... hack chemicals in your brain to be better with money
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Financial Therapy
Money Neuroscience ... hack chemicals in your brain to be better with money
Jan 05, 2021 Season 1 Episode 7
Jane Monica-Jones

I am absolutely obsessed with understanding our relationship with money...on a deeper level. And one of the most exciting things I discovered a couple of years ago, was reading some research that done by an Australian bank called ANZ that looked at the factors that constitutes Financial Wellbeing.

They discovered that only 9% of what is known as financial literacy i.e. financial knowledge and financial experience, has an impact of financial wellbeing.

But I am curious about the rest ... the psychology, the behaviours and the mindset that get us being better with money. And deeper still, our physiology; what is happening in our body and particularly our brain when we are relating and managing our money.

In this episode we delve into money neuroscience and how we can hack happy chemicals in our brain to get us being better with money.

If you are loving the show please rate and review,  plus you can make a donation to support my work via FinancialTherapy.org.

HOST - Jane Monica-Jones, Financial Therapist & Author of The Billionaire Buddha

Financial Therapy - financialtherapy.org
Jane Monica-Jones - janemonicajones.com
Financial Wellbeing Courses - financialwellbeing.co
The Billionaire Buddha on Amazon - https://amzn.to/3kGlBv3

NOTES
Dr Peter Levine - traumahealing.org
Research ANZ Bank - Report Financial Wellbeing

WE HOPE YOU’LL SUPPORT THE SHOW BY MAKING A DONATION
VIA PATREON OR PAYPAL

Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=4EDKQRRG3YNK2)

Show Notes

I am absolutely obsessed with understanding our relationship with money...on a deeper level. And one of the most exciting things I discovered a couple of years ago, was reading some research that done by an Australian bank called ANZ that looked at the factors that constitutes Financial Wellbeing.

They discovered that only 9% of what is known as financial literacy i.e. financial knowledge and financial experience, has an impact of financial wellbeing.

But I am curious about the rest ... the psychology, the behaviours and the mindset that get us being better with money. And deeper still, our physiology; what is happening in our body and particularly our brain when we are relating and managing our money.

In this episode we delve into money neuroscience and how we can hack happy chemicals in our brain to get us being better with money.

If you are loving the show please rate and review,  plus you can make a donation to support my work via FinancialTherapy.org.

HOST - Jane Monica-Jones, Financial Therapist & Author of The Billionaire Buddha

Financial Therapy - financialtherapy.org
Jane Monica-Jones - janemonicajones.com
Financial Wellbeing Courses - financialwellbeing.co
The Billionaire Buddha on Amazon - https://amzn.to/3kGlBv3

NOTES
Dr Peter Levine - traumahealing.org
Research ANZ Bank - Report Financial Wellbeing

WE HOPE YOU’LL SUPPORT THE SHOW BY MAKING A DONATION
VIA PATREON OR PAYPAL

Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=4EDKQRRG3YNK2)