019 Financial Excellence: Placing a Price Tag on Happiness

04 Aug 019 Financial Excellence: Placing a Price Tag on Happiness


 

Living In Financial Excellence

Living In Financial Excellence Episode 19: Placing a price tag on happiness and other ways to stay broke, Aug 4, 2010.

Can money buy happiness? Well maybe, but not true, deep down, content with life happiness.

Show notes:

– A recent celebrity wedding cost $3 million and that set us off on the difference between normal folks and celebrities.

– He who dies with the most toys is still dead.

– We happened upon a show on tv over the weekend that highlighted the materialistic attitudes most Americans live with today. Of course we had something to say about that.

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2 Comments
  • Rodney Brown
    Posted at 13:22h, 07 August

    I saw the episodes of the show you referred to in this podcast. The second couple had more serious problems than money, and it showed throughout the show. The husband treated his wife horribly. The first couple seemed like they’d do OK, but they also looked like they were more interested in the cash she could offer than true change.

    • Matt.Wegner
      Posted at 15:46h, 17 August

      Well said Rodney. Money problems are often a symptom of deeper relational problems in a marriage, and this couple was no exception. In fact, they were a great example of how relationship problems stemming from selfishness and poor communication can result in massive financial problems.