Money brings up a lot of emotions, we're spending money based on emotions. I talk with my guest Bob Wheeler about navigating these emotions.
My guest is Bob Wheeler, Bob is an experienced Certified Public Accountant who has been on the cutting edge of finance for more than 25 years.
He's also the author of the book: “The Money Nerve: Navigating the Emotions Of Money” and that's what we're talking about on this podcast.
What he calls money nerve is what I call emotional clutter that is in our way of living the life we want.
We talk about
- why he became an accountant, I would say most people don't grow up wanting to become an accountant, me included, so I talk with Bob why he chose this career
- then we're talking about his experience with clutter and how it's connected to what he is doing now
- we talk about his book "The Money Nerve: Navigating the Emotions Of Money” and how our money nerve affects our financial decision making. This is how he words it, to me this is the emotional clutter that interferes with our finances, so it's awesome to hear his perspective
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is an experienced Certified Public Accountant who has been on the cutting edge of finance for more than 25 years. He is a founding partner of an accounting firm in Los Angeles; plus, hosts the "Money You Should Ask" podcast and serves as CFO of The Comedy Store - world-renowned venue showcasing comedic talent!
His work even extends to author of two books: “The Money Nerve: Navigating the Emotions Of Money” and “Darius Wants Dog” which is a kick off to an upcoming series tackling tough topics such as finances through compelling storylines just for kids.