Why You Don’t Have Enough Money

Do You Know Why You Don’t Have Enough Money?

Do you know why you don’t have enough money? Leslie Juvin-Acker and Ana Gomez sit down to discuss shocking statistics that affect our ability to have more money.

Why you don’t have enough money? Why are you struggling financially? Ana and I talk about some of those environmental aspects and social aspects of money. And, we’ll talk about some emotional and psychological aspects during this live interview and episode of the State of Happiness podcast.

Research Helps To Explain How We Feel When We Don’t Have Enough Money

The American Psychological Association called Stress In America Paying With Our Health and it’s a whole report that they conducted in 2015. It talks about stress and money and how that affects your health and well being. 72% of adults report feeling stressed about money at least the some of the time. At least 20% of Americans worry about money all the time. Mon’t feel that they don’t have enough money. With the rising cost of living and wages not going up to match these costs, Americans are feeling the pinch now more than ever. Feeling good about money is more than just saving and budgeting. Nor is it only about simply making more money.

Women Struggle To Cope With Not Having Enough Money

Women are also struggling to cope with financial stress and often turn to unhealthy ways such as drinking, overeating, and compulsive shopping. Women are also primary caregivers in their families and have to struggle to balance making ends meet, raising children and caring for sick family members, elderly parents or loved ones, as well as trying to advance their careers. Leslie gets sassy and puts the attention to famous male entrepreneurs who ignore the challenges that women and working mothers face when building their businesses and careers. She addresses the lack of compassion that working mothers face when having to balance these challenges and confront their own emotional and psychological barriers to financial success.

Are you a full time parent? Leslie shares her tips on how to stay professionally relevant while being a full time parent.

Leslie Juvin-Acker

Leslie Juvin-Acker is Chief Happiness Officer of Leslie Inc. Since 2008, she has been coaching executives and business leaders all over the world. She is an expert in emotional intelligence and helps professionals tap into their own imagination to find solutions for personal and professional happiness.

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