This week, Diana chats with Lindsay Bryan-Podvin about the anxieties we have about money and how to cultivate a healthier relationship to our finances. They discuss the mental, cultural, and emotional hurdles that keep many people, especially those who identify as BIPOC or come from immigrant backgrounds, from gaining financial literacy. They talk about how to cultivate a sense of enoughness in the midst of a capitalistic society and how to approach money in a way that aligns with your values. Pointing out that current financial advice so often comes from a place of white privilege and outdated notions of “the American dream,” Lindsay also discusses how decolonizing attitudes towards debt and money can lead to greater empowerment for all.
Follow us on IG for a giveaway of Lindsay’s book, “The Financial Anxiety Solution: A Step-by-Step Workbook to Stop Worrying about Money, Take Control of Your Finances, and Live a Happier Life”!
Lindsay Bryan-Podvin (she/her) is a biracial financial therapist, podcast host, speaker, and author of the book The Financial Anxiety Solution. In her coaching practice, she helps therapists in social justice or of marginalized identities grow their profitable practices from the inside out; so they can stop feeling icky about money, and start setting and sticking to sustainable rates that allow them to grow their businesses in alignment with their values. Connect with Lindsay through her website and Instagram @mindmoneybalance