Rich Jones and Marcus Garrett, hosts of the popular podcast Paychecks and Balances join me in this episode. We chat about the differences between the idea of outward success and how it’s not always cracked up to be. We also get candid about our feelings on how others respond to our upbringings or our “advantages” in life and it’s merely our parents looking out for our best interest.
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What You Hear in This Episode:
- What Rich and Marcus felt like growing up, being perceived as more “successful” compared to others
- How their experiences affect how they talk about money or interact with other people IRL when it comes to money
- The idea of “success” and feeling like it’s less acceptable to talk about the struggle to get to where both Rich and Marcus are
- How they’ve both found gratitude and non-judgement in their situations
Questions to Ponder:
- What are you grateful for?
- What’s one hardship you went through and in retrospect helped you thrive in your financial situation?
*remember, let me know in the comments below your answers! If you’re a social media person, come find me on Instagram (@beyondthedollar) and send me a DM or comment on any one of my posts. I read every single one!
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*Thanks to Donovan Dorrance for the awesome theme music
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