We love getting reader questions. We enjoy them so much we’ve dedicated a whole episode to one question.
This question is from Dr. Jeff Bank. We have summarized. He asks:
“As you become more financially literate, how do you bring up the topic of finances with friend and colleagues in a nonthreatening way? I would like to help educate my friends and colleagues but I have limited success in getting them to engage in the conversation or to take further action on their financial habits. I realize the drive to change financial habits or any habit has to come from the individual, but I wanted to see what tips or tricks you have to spark that initial conversation and or change.”
We answer his question in today’s post. Keep reading!
What You’ll Learn:
In this weeks episode of Money Meets Medicine, “How to Talk About Money With Friends and Family,” you’re going to learn:
- How to ask your family, friends, and collegues about money related questions.
- Why you need to take care of your own financial house before you can help anyone else.
- The right way to have a money conversation without stepping on toes.
- How to create excitement and confidence about finances.
- It’s okay to say that you don’t know things!
- And more!
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