I Will Teach You To Be Rich
Author: Ramit SethiSubscribed: 4,669Played: 118,830
One partner is in $300,000 in debt, but shrugs it off. The other cries at night, anxious about the future.
A couple that’s so worried about money, they never feel they’ll have enough. When they eat out, they order chicken instead of steak to save $10. Their household income: $600,000.
Two parents who feel overwhelmed by work, kids, and debt. When I ask them how they’d describe their lives, they instantly say the same word: “Stuck.”
Ramit Sethi asks the questions we wish we all could ask, presenting a totally different philosophy on money:
• Spend extravagantly on the things you love, as long as you cut costs mercilessly on the things you don’t.
• Ask $30,000 questions, not $3 questions.
• A Rich Life is more than math -- it’s mastering your money psychology.
From the author of the bestselling book, ‘I Will Teach You To Be Rich,’ learn how money psychology affects these couples… and how to create your own Rich Life.
88. “We own 7 properties. Why can't we pay for groceries?”
87. “We’re in $400,000 of debt, but we can’t say no to our kids”
86. “I make $450,000/year from YouTube. My husband is ashamed he can’t match my success”
84. “We spend 98% of what we make—but we refuse to change our lifestyle”
80. “If I add any more to our $50,000 credit card debt, he will ask for a divorce” (Part 1)
79. “We’re worth $700,000+ but my wife took away my credit card”
78. “I pretend things are fine, but we’re 2 months from going bankrupt”
77. “We have $6.3 million. Why can’t we take a vacation?”
75. “We 4x'd our salary as COVID nurses. The experience haunts us. So does the money”
73. “I earn almost twice as much as my fiancé, but I make him split the rent” (Part One)
72. Answering questions about recessions, marrying the right person, and firing a financial advisor
71. "We finally talked about money. I can't believe how little he's saved"
70. “My husband thinks savings for our kids’ education is a waste of money”
69. “We make almost $300k per year but we can’t afford our mortgage”
Monique's views are common in the Hispanic community. It has been my experience with my own friends that they have traditional views in all aspects of relationships and the men take on the role of provider and protector. I am X Gen but at least one of my friends is a millenial.
Choosing to live a healthy lifestyle is an investment. I like to think of it as a trade off with medical expenses because it keeps me out of the doctors office and allows me meet any physical demand my rich lifestyle throws at me