How to Stop your Brain Messing with your Money (ADHD part 2)
We were blown away by the response to the ADHD episode 25. If you skipped it because it didn’t seem relevant, we would recommend having a listen. Full of loads of good money management tips in that anyone can make use of.
We’ve got Martha & Krystle on the sofa, sharing their tips & wisdom on how to automate your money & using friction with your money.
Krystle talks about removing the “doors” to help with large tasks and ones you don’t enjoy. Martha renames pensions as Naughty Little Old Lady Funds.
7.28 Why do I keep missing credit card payments & what can I do?
19.59 I’m usually good with money, but then go on a massive spending spree which I regret
22.01 De-biasing your money
31.44 Anxiety around money
40.07 What is bounded rationality & how can it help
44.04 Partner getting frustrated because I can’t do money stuff
Guest Experts Martha Lawton financial educator and qualified financial coach. She has been helping people understand and use money better for over fifteen years. She hosts the podcast Squanderlust about the emotional side of money. You can follow her on Instagram.
Krystle McGilvery is the founder of My ADHD & Money. She combines CBT, behavioural science to support others in making good financial decisions, build wealth and money confidence. Appearing on ITV, in The Telegraph, and on BBC Radio. You can follow her on Instagram
YouTube How to ADHD
Podcast How should we begin
Monzo ADHD research
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