I'm sooo excited to bring this episode to you featuring Rick Webster of Rena-Fi.
Instead of typing a 1500 work post in here, I'll just put the bullet points:
- Aim for financial stability, before wealth
- Income isn't the problem, it's how you manage what you have
- Emotional dysregulation ---> panic, reactive thinking
- A budget is just the surface, you have to go deeper to figure out what's going on
- Why auto payments are your friend
- Getting real with yourself + embracing personal responsibility = feeling more in control of your money
- There is no linear or one-size-fits-all solution
- Behavioral change takes time to learn, so does financial literacy
- Creating mindfulness around your spending
- Rick's thoughts on ADHDers using cash
- The need for ADHD brains to feel rewarded
- Considering your future-self when making decisions
- The missing self-trust that all ADHDers seem to struggle with
- Scarcity mindset, feeling stuck, and dwelling on past mistakes
Rick's overarching message is that money problems cannot be solved by creating a new budget or making more money.
You have to get to the emotional root of the problem to create more financial security for yourself. And Rena-fi provides accessible, affordable options to do that.
Find Rick Webster @ https://rena-fi.com
Full written post can be found here.
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