This will be the least awkward conversation you’ll hear about money. Historically, we tend to tie our self-worth to how much we’re earning. In this week’s episode, we’re delving into money, status and self-worth discussing how this tension impacts our friendships and our jobs. Elizabeth Uviebinené is an author, The Reset: Ideas to Change How We Work and Live and writer for The Financial Times. She explains why we need to reframe how we think about not just the practicalities of money but also how our brains interact with those readies.
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