Podcast: 3 Reasons You Never Have Enough Money

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How much money is enough?

The answer is always a little more. Right? Perhaps by addressing these three reasons, we can see that we do, actually, have enough money. Ryan is starting a quest to become a bad ass who has enough.

Episode 3: 3 Reasons You Never Have Enough Money

Listen on your favorite platform:

Apple Podcasts / Google Play / Spotify

A few notes from this episode.

Think you don’t have enough? Believe it or not, you may be amongst the richest 2 or 3%. Check out this calculator to see where you rank: Global Rich List.

In the episode, I talked through making an account of expenses. This spreadsheet is similar to the one I use. Feel free to make it your own.

When I looked at the amount of debt I had to deal with, I felt quite ashamed. I debated for quite a while about whether or not I should share the amount. But I opted to share it in the podcast for the sake of accountable… and because there’s a lot of relief in knowing that we’re not alone in facing down our debt.

In fact, there are some amazing communities centered around debt retirement. Check some of them out:

Hope this stuff helps! Remember: You. Are Not. Alone.

Published by RyanDunn

Ryan Dunn has a bunch of certificates on his desk. A few are awards for content production and marketing. Another marks his ordination as a minister. One says he’s earned a BA in English from the University of Iowa. The certificate next to that says he earned an MA in Christian Practice from Duke (with honors!). Ryan is most proud, though, of the things he’s created: The Compass Podcast, some deep content on RethinkChurch.org, a series of practical spiritual advice videos, a long-lasting marriage, and fantastic little boy. (He enjoyed A LOT of help on all of those projects, especially the last two.)

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