Financial worry is real.

Money is supposed to be all about spreadsheets, calculations and rational thinking. But for most of us, money is much more emotional.

We get threatening tax forms, scary letters from our banks and hate to look at our account balance.

It’s easy to worry about money. But you don’t have to.

In this episode, you’ll find out how to lower your anxiety around money and build your wealth with confidence and peace.

Want to reduce your financial worry and build long-term wealth? Listen now!

Show highlights include: 

  • The “Cash Account Mistake” that can slash your retirement money in half over the long term ([5:14])
  • How a “Money Ally” helps you reduce money worries and lets you make money decisions with less anxiety. ([7:50])
  • The odd Guatemalan tradition that helps you relieve anxiety and believe in yourself. ([11:41])
  • A counter-intuitive way to get ironclad self-discipline without living in fear ([14:38])

Remember to download Grandma’s Top Tips for an Independent Financial Future by dropping into https://grandmaswealthwisdom.com/free/. It’s time for YOU to break through to a smart, stable, financial future.

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