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Your Money Personality: Tips & Tricks To Improve Your Relationship With Money

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What is your money personality? Does it even matter?
The fabulous Evan Lucas, author of Mind Over Money, joins Kate Campbell and Owen Rask in the studio for an Australian Finance Podcast episode about personalities and getting to know yourself better.
Evan’s 5 money personalities, as identified in his book, Mind Over Money, include:






You can use these money personalities to help guide you to make better decisions with money, set financial goals and live a better life with money!
Psst. did you know you can more be more than one personality at a time?
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