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020 Financial wellbeing and why it's vital to teacher wellbeing
Our overall wellbeing is affected by different factors including the stress of teaching, workload as well as our finances. Recent research by Aegon focuses on being financially well and its impact on your whole life and it also shows that even those who are earning above-average income still worry about money.
There may be people who think that if they put in more hours at work and get a promotion, they will be financially secure but that is not the case and I believe this is why it is vital to work on your money mindset and get to know yourself better.
In addition to defining financial wellbeing, I will be sharing some interesting results from the research such as the money building blocks that we encounter and also what steps we can take to overcome these.
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[01:51] What is financial wellbeing?
[04:04] Aegon's research on financial wellbeing
[06:09] Five Mindset Building Blocks
[08:36] Five things you can do to increasing financial wellbeing
Financial wellbeing is not just about money; it's about knowing what gives you pleasure and joy in life and using your money to give you more of that!
I hope this discussion about the research conducted by Ageon has helped you to understand financial wellbeing better and its importance to our wellbeing as teachers and has given you some food for thought about where you are on your journey to financial wellbeing.
If you need help in improving your financial wellbeing, I would love to help you to do that. I have a membership group called The Money Cafe for female teachers. On there, I help female teachers to feel educated, empowered, and excited about money so please check it out.
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Hi, I’m Eileen Adamson, teacher, money coach and co-host of BBC podcast Clever About Cash. I help female teachers to become happier, healthier and wealthier.