We all know that money taboos exist except we don’t really talk about them. In fact, we don’t really talk about anything in relation to money unless we absolutely have to. Have you ever stopped to think why this is? In the U.S., we have a terrible reputation of not making enough strides when it comes to financial literacy – which in turn enables money taboos to go right on existing.
We need to talk though. We need to understand our money taboos and what role they play in our financial success and then we need to teach others how to do the same.
What You’ll Learn
- To start, I’m going back and sorting through some financial literacy history in the U.S. to make a case for why money taboos exist
- Who is to blame – teachers, parents, government, etc? What do you think
- What happens if we let money taboos continue to grow without putting out the flames
- Steps you can take to break free from any money taboos holding you back
- Why our closest relationships are the place we need to start with when it comes to talking about money
- Discussion about the states mandating financial literacy, and why there are only 5
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