You know how sometimes you hear something that’s so ‘you’ that you end up smiling and nodding in agreement almost the whole way through it? Well, that happened to me recently while going through the audiobook The 4 Laws of Financial Prosperity: Get Control Of Your Money Now!
It goes on to say how a “psychologically demanding workplace, combined with employees not having much control over what they do minute to minute, day to day” is contributing to the suicide crisis around the country.The average Australian full-time worker works over 43 hours a week: one of the highest in the developed world. We also get less annual leave than in many European countries, such as Denmark and Norway.
1 in 3 Australians are only two pay packets away from financial distress (Digital Finance Analytics) and 25% say that they stress about their finances more than 2 hours every week (Map My Plan Employee Survey). You are absolutely not alone if you feel like money is just a constant stress.
If you only read one article today, then I encourage you to read an article written by Benjamin Hardy over at Thrive Global, I have provided the link below…
“If you are too busy for these 5 things: Your life is more off-course than you think”
It is really powerful and something we should all be contemplating and integrating in this world where we think being busy is a virtue. I was discussing with a friend yesterday the funny ways we answer the question “How are you?” ….
It’s well known (and unsurprising) that finances are the top cause of relationship issues. What is disturbing, is the sheer range of financial communication levels