[Ep. 310] Balancing Wealth, Health & Happiness with Andrew Hallam

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Our end goal is to try to enhance the lives we have, and the lives that we have can be short.

It’s the season finale for Season 13 of the More Money Podcast, can you believe it? Soon, we’ll all be ringing in the new year and hopefully see 2022 be the fresh start we all need.

Joining me again on the podcast for this very special episode is the international best-selling author behind one of my all-time favourite personal finance books Millionaire Teacher, Andrew Hallam. Andrew is on the podcast today to talk about his new book Balance, which explores how to spend and invest in happiness and why our definition of success needs to be redefined. 

Andrew is a speaker, author, and personal finance writer. He’s given personal finance talks in more than 32 countries but still finds time to travel the world, explore jungles and climb volcanoes with his wife. His new book, Balance, is a combination of personal anecdotes and behavioural scientific studies that aim to share how we can get happier and wealthier. Balance is available for pre-order now but will be available on January 18th, 2022. 

I loved having Andrew back on the podcast and being able to chat about investing and why we are striving for things that we don’t actually want. Our chat was the perfect way to end this year and look toward the future. I hope that you have a wonderful holiday and a happy new year and I’ll be back in mid-January 2022!

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