Today, we are joined by a very special guest, Dana Miranda, a Certified Educator in Personal Finance, author, and personal finance journalist. Dana is the founder of Healthy Rich, a platform for inclusive, budget-free financial education, where she works with organizations, schools, and companies dedicated to making money better for people who are often left out of the conversation about money. She has also been published in top-tier media outlets like Forbes, Insider, Culture Study, the New York Times, CNBC, The Motley Fool, NextAdvisor, and Inc. Magazine, among others.
In this episode, we dive deep into 3 key topics:
Dana shares her journey of becoming sober in May of 2015 without going through treatment or recovery programs. We also discuss work ethic and achievement, the value of doing the work because the work needs to be done, and the challenges high achievers face when attaching their worth to performance. Dana shares her insights on how to overcome a scarcity mindset when it comes to finances and the importance of wanting to have an impact through our work.
This episode is packed with valuable advice and actionable tips to help you navigate your finances and mindset in sobriety and to align your work with your personal core values. So, join me and tune in to this inspiring conversation with Dana Miranda!
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