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Podcast 87: Jane Honeck, The Problem With Money

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On today’s Consumerism Commentary Podcast, Tom Dziubek talks to Jane Honeck, author of the book The Problem With Money? It’s Not About the Money!: Mastering the Unexamined Beliefs that Drive Our Financial Lives. Jane discusses many topics from her book, including how money beliefs are formed & how they shape our attitudes towards money and whether or not money is as big of a problem as it’s made out to be.

Consumerism Commentary Podcast #87
Jane Honeck, The Problem With Money: S04E9 / 109

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Table of contents

[00:00] Introduction from Tom
[00:34] Interview with Jane Honeck
[00:50] What “it’s” about
[01:56] Jane’s money management past
[02:58] How her approach to money has changed
[05:31] Whether or not money is a problem
[06:59] Conquering unexamined beliefs
[09:17] Jane’s first money memory
[10:55] The role of the family in shaping money attitudes
[12:36] The role of schools
[13:37] The role of the workplace
[15:17] How money beliefs can affect relationships
[17:14] Loaning/giving money to friends or family
[20:11] Examining your money beliefs
[22:03] State it, debate it, recreate it
[24:14] Living a financially conscious life
[26:49] End

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Updated December 20, 2010 and originally published December 19, 2010.

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Luke Landes is the founder of Consumerism Commentary. He has been blogging and writing for the internet since 1995 and has been building online communities since 1991. Find out more about Luke Landes and follow him on Twitter. View all articles by .

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avatar 1 4hendricks

Thanks again for the great topic – everything is something to think about and apply to your life. (Well almost)

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