One thing that I have long learnt about the phrase “I can’t afford this or that”, is that, most of the time, we are subconsciously saying “I don’t want to pay for this or that” because we spend money all the time, it’s really about our priorities, if something is your priority, you will find a way of affording it, if it is not, you will find excuses of why you “can’t” afford it.
When I was going through my financial hell, having panic attacks and so depressed I couldn’t get out of bed, I’d read tons of personal stories about people who’d been where I was and had had breakthroughs.
These stories inspired me to keep going which is why Wealthy Money TV is also a platform for people with awesome transformative stories around money to come share their experiences.
In this week’s episode, I interview Lerato Mmutle about how she changed her relationship with money after playing a game at the age of 22.
After playing the game, she went from being frustrated with money to being an avid investor.
Check out the video below to learn more:
00:43: What's the rat race?
2:25: Was it strange to learn that money could be frustrated with you?
3:11: What options did you explore when you decided to change your relationship with money?
3:36: What other psychological or emotional changes did you have to make with money?
6:13: After doing all the inner work and starting the money book, did you see a shift in your relationship with money?
7:48: If money was a lover, how would you describe your relationship right now?
What interesting shifts or insights about money have you had in your life?
Let me know in the comments section below.