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215. Is Talking About Money Immoral?

Updated: May 1


Sincerely, Future You | The Link Between Body Image and Making Money with Laura Conley

Do you believe there are more important measures of success than money? Is talking about and celebrating money publicly immoral and self-serving? Maybe you’re worried about making other women feel bad? Perhaps you just don’t want to think about money that much? Why is it that women tend to feel threatened or bad about money?


My goal is always to show people what is possible through inspiring and often unbelievable examples of women business owners reinventing themselves to create more time, money, and emotional control. One of my core values in this mission is transparency, which includes sharing numbers, processes, and the reality of what it feels like to work toward our goals.


If money is a tough topic for you, prepare to be triggered and to commit to being open to a new perspective this week. I’m showing you why sharing monetary success tends to bring on a wave of women haters, the history of women and money, and my firm pitch for why women should absolutely keep talking about money, especially publicly. 

 

What You’ll Learn from this Episode:

  • Why transparency is one of my core values.

  • The arguments women use against themselves when it comes to money.

  • How the women who are already wealthy spend the least time thinking and talking about money.

  • Why I believe women should talk about money publicly.

  • The history of women and money.

  • Why women need to re-socialize ourselves when it comes to having and talking about money.



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