Understanding Trauma as a Key to Your Financial Behavior
Podcast: Understanding Trauma as a Key to Your Financial Behavior
[00:01 – 06:47] Opening Segment
- Welcoming Diana to the show
- Diana talks about understanding trauma as the key to financial behavior
- Our body’s reaction to trauma is the survival instinct
[05:57 – 15:13] Why You Behave The Way You Do
- The three primary sources of trauma
- The building block of a thriving family is building relational health
- Money represents different things for different people
- Here are concrete steps we can all take to have a healthy relationship with money
- We are responsible for our own well-being and for bringing that to the family
[15:14 – 28:32] Prejudices And Misconceptions
- Being an inheritor of wealth goes beyond just having more money
- Masculine traits have been embedded into the wealth management business that some women are finding it difficult to succeed in this space
- Helping women be confident about themselves knowing that they have a big contribution to make means asking the system that she’s within to be more open to women’s voice
[28:33 – 36:36] Being Comfortable in Your Own Skin
- Transition points in an ongoing wealth situation need legal guidance from very early on in the process
- It’s the lack of financial EQ and not the lack of financial IQ that is most likely to blow a situation up
- Happiness and wealth can coexist
[36:37 – 31:24] Closing Segment
- Diana’s meditation practice and going on annual silent retreat help her maintain peace
Diana’s website: https://dianachambers.com
Brian’s Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brian-c-adams/
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