TSHP015 – Money: A Force for Good?

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What’s Coming This Episode?

Money is an amplifier. Spend it wisely and you’ll see positive changes in your life. Make some poor decisions and odds are that you’ll spiral downwards. Our relationship with money is programmed into us at an early age but, ultimately, we’re all entrepreneurs of one kind or another.

Thanks again to listener Vide Kadampa for being the inspiration for this week’s show. If there’s anyone else out there that has had similar (or other) thoughts about the show, drop us a line.

In other news, Sean wishes his mother-in-law a happy birthday and is slightly frustrated over the lack of progress on his loft conversion. Here comes the Autumn. Ed might just have taken the best photo of his life but curses the little man who posed for it as he kept our host up all night, meaning that Ed might sound a little more groggy than usual.

Full marks to the listener that spots Sean’s stomach rumbling on one occasion this week. Enjoy the show 🙂

Show Notes and Links

SHOULD ED KEEP HIS TITLE OF ‘ENTREPRENEUR’? EMAIL US ‘YES’ OR ‘NO’ to podcast [at] liveinthepresent.co.uk (or, if you’re reading this via our weekly email, just hit the reply button.

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