After an out-of-control money addiction cost him nearly everything, Matthew Grishman hit rock bottom and was faced with a critical decision: make massive changes to how he was living his life - OR - die broke and alone. Matthew chose change. But he also knew he could not make this change on his own. Fortunately Matthew met a man who was willing and able to help him begin a new lifelong journey of making amends with the three most challenging relationships in his life; his relationship with money, his relationship with people, and his relationship with self. Financial Sobriety is the path and curriculum Matthew and that man, Jim Gebhardt, (now his business partner and dear friend) developed to help others become much more intentional with those same three complex and interconnected relationships: money, people, and self. This podcast takes listeners through the steps, sequence and strategies Matthew used to recover and find true wealth. It is designed to help you, the listener, do the same in a very safe, informal, conversational, and somewhat tutorial step by step way. Matthew and Jim share stories and invite guests on to the show to support the success and evolution of this life-saving journey called Financial Sobriety. True wealth is about so much more than having a lot of money, or having a lot of stuff - it's about being 100% intentional with your three most intimate and complicated relationships in life: money, people, and self. You can find the book, "Financial Sobriety" at www.yourfinancialsobriety.com or you can order by tapping the following link: https://www.amazon.com/Financial-Sobriety-Rebuilding-Relationship-Money/dp/171055519X.
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