Married, living together or just building a committed relationship, money is the uninvited third partner, whispering sweet nothings into one ear while our partners are whispering in the other. And, because we are wed to what money tells us as individuals, when we see our partner thinking or acting differently, we don’t understand where they are coming from and wonder what’s wrong with them—an instant recipe for disaster! Join Jane Honeck and Spencer Melnick to hear 5 simple steps for successfully welcoming the money conversation into your relationship.[audio:04-27-14.mp3]
We don’t have to remind you that the holidays are upon us. Between Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday it’s nearly impossible to avoid all the consumer hype. What’s a person to do? Join CPA Jane Honeck and Psychotherapist Spencer Melnick as they explore both the psychological and financial side of the holiday season and help you set and stay aware of reasonable intentions for the holiday season.[audio:Holiday-Hoopla.mp3]
We all have times when financial woes throw us into our own personal nightmare. During this Halloween season, let the only bogeyman in your life be the one asking “Trick or Treat”. Remembering that “the only fear we have to fear is fear itself”, Jane and Spencer will give you four simple steps to follow when financial fear is knocking at your door.
And, don’t miss “Dynamic Questions” where listeners get answers to their most pressing money questions. Tune in to The Money Dynamic when CPA Jane Honeck and Psychotherapist, Spencer Melnick talk real about money.[audio:10-27-13.mp3]
Do you act one way with money for one situation and then act like a totally different person in another? Join Spencer and Jane as they discuss how and why different situations make us think and behave in different ways-and how to become more consistent. They’ll talk about how learning your money personality is an essential piece of creating a more fulfilling financial life. Join Spencer and Jane for “Dynamic Questions” where listeners ask their most important money questions. Tune in to The Money Dynamic live when CPA Jane Honeck and Psychotherapist, Spencer Melnick talk real about money.[audio:08-25-13.mp3]
On the fifth and final exploration of 5 Money Myth’s, Jane and Spencer explore the old saying, “You can never be to rich or too thin.” You’ll learn how our culture encourages believing this myth and what happens when you try to follow it. Instead of falling prey to it, Spencer and Jane ask you to get in touch with what you’re really looking for in life-what nurtures your core values and beliefs? As always, Jane and Spencer turn money myths upside down as they help you build money awareness by asking the difficult questions behind your money dynamic.[audio:07-28-13.mp3]
The belief that financial change means self-criticism and being “brutally honest” about shortcomings is explored with Money Myth #3. Continuing their exploration of 5 Money Myths, Jane and Spencer explore why this painful method of change doesn’t work. With discussions about What’s good with your money management and Finding your own well-developed process, they help you approach money issues with curiosity, interest and energy. Tune in to The Money Dynamic when CPA Jane Honeck and Psychotherapist, Spencer Melnick discuss new ways of thinking to gain mastery over your finances.[audio:05-26-13.mp3]
The belief that others know more than we do about what to do with our money is the basis of Money Myth #2. Continuing their exploration of 5 Money Myths, Jane and Spencer explore who really is the expert. Why do you believe others no more than you do? What do they know that you don’t already know? And, more importantly, how do you build the confidence to know you are your own best money expert! Tune in to The Money Dynamic when CPA Jane Honeck and Psychotherapist, Spencer Melnick discuss new ways of thinking to gain mastery over your finances.[audio:04-28-13.mp3]