Two great interviews…
Your money…or your life. Which do you choose every day?
This may be Kathleen’s most important interview yet. For anyone who is spending precious time in a soul-sucking job, buried in debt, or over-spending to fill the void of an empty life…there IS a way out.
Vicki Robin has devoted her life’s work to helping people break the bonds of debt and consumption and radically change lives. Here, the author of the must-read book, Your Money or Your Life, shares the key to finding more fulfillment with less focus on money.
With Kathleen she discusses not only how to eradicate debt and reach financial independence, but also independence of a different sort—from the insatiable consumer culture that drives us to believe more is always better. Not only will the environment thank you (all that STUFF has to end up in a landfill somewhere), but less spending, less debt, and less focus on material goods will lead to a happier life overall. Now that’s the real jackpot.
The More is Better Trap…When is Enough Enough?
Over spending, over eating, over working, over committing…when is enough finally enough? Financial angel Vicki Robin makes her second appearance on The Kathleen Show to help us find that elusive balance between fulfillment and excess—incorporating things into our life that bring us pleasure and satisfaction while leaving the rest behind.
In this interview, Vicki shares her own struggles with finding “enough” and offers tips on how to stop chasing more—a sure formula for dissatisfaction. Find out if you’re searching for “enough” in all the wrong places, learn how to read your own emotional signals, and get practical advice on living a life of satisfaction and pleasure on your own terms.
For Kathleen’s thoughts on the topic of “Enoughness,” listen to her monologue.
Vicki Robin is co-author (with Joe Dominguez) of the national bestseller, Your Money or Your Life: Transforming Your Relationship With Money and Achieving Financial Independence. Called the prophet of “consumption-downsizers” by the New York Times, she is a frequent speaker on the issue of sustainable lifestyles. Vicki has appeared on hundreds of radio and television shows, including “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” “Good Morning America” and National Public Radio’s “Weekend Edition” and “Morning Edition.” She has also been featured in People Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, Woman’s Day, Newsweek, Utne Magazine and the New York Times.