Have you inherited your parents’ money problems? Let me tell you a quick story:
The Dutch suffered through a famine towards the end of World War II after Nazis cut off their food and fuel. They had to survive on one loaf of bread and five potatoes per week.
Researchers studied what this did to children conceived during the famine.
Across the board, these children were more prone to diseases, obesity, and financial woes for their entire lives.
Here’s why I bring it up:
Our lives aren’t as difficult as these children’s lives were. But the stress of being in their malnourished mothers’ wombs tormented them for their entire lives.
A recent study from Capital One CreditWise found that 73% of Americans rank their finances as their most significant source of stress. And the Dutch famine research proves that stress sabotages every aspect of your life and can steal your wealth.
In this episode, I’m revealing 7 ways to reduce your financial stress so you can live a happier, healthier, and wealthier life. Listen now!
Show Highlights Include:
- The sneaky way stress burrows into your life to cause dire health and financial problems decades later (6:54)
- The weird way Netflix pumping out more TV shows sucks your bank account dry (8:15)
- Why an unhealthy relationship with money suffocates you with stress (9:14)
- 7 scientifically proven ways to reduce your stress (and how reducing your stress makes you wealthier) (11:31)
- Why regular exercise can be even more profitable than looking at your portfolio (12:23)
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