58 min

Exploring Enoughness and True Security with Author of Lost and Found, Geneen Roth Art of Money Podcast

    • Education

In this candid interview, Geneen shares her own money story about losing her life savings to Bernie Madoff and how it changed her relationship with money - and herself - forever. If you are seeking to bring a deeper sense of security to your money journey, if the question of enoughness resonates with you, I encourage you to do a gentle body check-in and listen in.

Content Warning: Please be aware that while this interview is a candid conversation about our intimate relationships with money, enoughness, and ourselves, relationship with food, as well as disordered eating behaviors, do come up along the way. If today’s teaching is not right for you, please know I see you and always encourage you to honor your needs and well-being first and foremost.

You’ll hear:

- What Geneen learned from her lived experiences with scarcity, abundance, and losing everything more than once.
- Why Geneen struggled with feeling disconnected from truly receiving (and spending!) the money she earned.
- How the money beliefs Geneen inherited from her father helped her save even in times of scarcity - and kept her from being present with what she had.
- Why trying to change “undesirable” behavior keeps you from getting curious about what you believe and why you behave the way you do.
- How Geenen overcame catastrophic financial loss and found enoughness within.

Find out more here: baritessler.com/2023/06/what-is-enoughness

Also, heads up: This is an older interview from 2013, and the audio quality is not so good.

In this candid interview, Geneen shares her own money story about losing her life savings to Bernie Madoff and how it changed her relationship with money - and herself - forever. If you are seeking to bring a deeper sense of security to your money journey, if the question of enoughness resonates with you, I encourage you to do a gentle body check-in and listen in.

Content Warning: Please be aware that while this interview is a candid conversation about our intimate relationships with money, enoughness, and ourselves, relationship with food, as well as disordered eating behaviors, do come up along the way. If today’s teaching is not right for you, please know I see you and always encourage you to honor your needs and well-being first and foremost.

You’ll hear:

- What Geneen learned from her lived experiences with scarcity, abundance, and losing everything more than once.
- Why Geneen struggled with feeling disconnected from truly receiving (and spending!) the money she earned.
- How the money beliefs Geneen inherited from her father helped her save even in times of scarcity - and kept her from being present with what she had.
- Why trying to change “undesirable” behavior keeps you from getting curious about what you believe and why you behave the way you do.
- How Geenen overcame catastrophic financial loss and found enoughness within.

Find out more here: baritessler.com/2023/06/what-is-enoughness

Also, heads up: This is an older interview from 2013, and the audio quality is not so good.

58 min

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