What to expect in this book journey

Welcome to “How To Be…”, exploring how to gain life skills, whilst sharing key tips from the books themselves. Looking into what the ‘experts’ say about how to be confident and whether it is truly helpful? And also hearing from others who have gained some mastery over themselves. Please hit subscribe to hear the whole series on life skills! It should be short and sweet. I look forward to journeying with you through this maze of hacks.

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How to Be Open About Finances – with Girls that Invest author Simran Kaur How To Be…Books Podcast

Welcome to "How To Be…", guiding you through life's tricky topics and skills by reading through the best books out there. Financial anxiety is a real thing. It's an obsessive fear of things related to money that can often be debilitating and can be triggered by any number of things, not just a lack of money. We’re brought up by our parents not to discuss money, and despite death and taxes being the only two certainties in life according to Benjamin Franklin, they’re also two things we avoid talking about. It hasn’t changed over the years, and even young people and millennials shy away from talking about money.So how can we be more open about money and understand it better? Hence, I spoke to TEDx speaker, podcaster and Girls That Invest author Simran Kaur on being open about finances, as well as other experts' books to see if their advice can help all of us. Please hit subscribe to hear the whole series on life skills and social change! It should be short and sweet. I look forward to journeying with you through this maze of hacks.
  1. How to Be Open About Finances – with Girls that Invest author Simran Kaur
  2. How You Start Talking About Sex – with Sex Bomb author Sadia Azmat
  3. Why Being Busy Isn't a Badge of Honour – with Crazy Busy author Thijs Launspach
  4. How the Body is Political – with Shame on Me author Tessa McWatt
  5. Why and When it's a Good Time to Quit – with The Dip author Seth Godin

Published by suswatibasu

Suswati Basu is a writer, journalist, producer and feminist activist residing in London. She has written for the Guardian, Huffington Post and the F-Word blogs, and has worked for various media outlets such as the BBC, Channel 4 and for ITV News/ITN. She currently works as a senior intelligence expert.

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