Good News for Introverts & Getting Control of Your Money
Published February 8, 2017
34 min
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    What is your favorite fast food hot dog? 5 Guys? Shake Shack? Burger King? A self-proclaimed hot dog connoisseur did the research – and see if you agree when you hear the results of her investigation - which is first up in this episode of the podcast. Also, being an introvert is often considered to be a negative trait. But is it really? Susan Cain, author of Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking, reveals the results of her research and has some really good news for introverts who may worry that their desire for quiet is a flaw in their character. It turns out to be a real positive when you know how to use it to your advantage. Then we take a look at how you are handling your finances. Money is one of those topics that so many of us struggle with. To help you sort it out and get a clear, no-nonsense picture of your financial future is Jonathan DeYoe, a financial adviser and author of the book, Mindful Money. And finally on today’s podcast, I explore some fascinating ways the English language has evolved in just the last few decades. Words like nauseous and contact and even “butt naked” are words that were either non-existent or had different meaning just a few decades ago.
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