Adam Carroll is a transformational trainer and speaker who is passionate about empowering people to take control of their financial lives. His message of building a bigger life, not a bigger lifestyle, has impacted thousands of people, and his insights on personal finance are both inspiring and practical.
In our recent conversation, we explored Adam's journey and his insights into the world of personal finance. We discussed the impact of financial education on achieving financial freedom and the role of financial abstraction in shaping our perception of money.
One of the most intriguing parts of our conversation was Adam's TEDx talk, "What playing Monopoly with real money taught me about my kids--and humanity." The talk provides a fascinating case study on financial abstraction and the power of using real money to teach valuable lessons about money perception. The talk went viral with over 6 million views on YouTube.
Through his experience of playing Monopoly with his children, Adam realized that they were bending the rules because the money wasn't real. To test his theory, he conducted a do-over game of Monopoly with his kids, this time using real money. The result was an eye-opening experience that revealed valuable insights about human behavior and our relationship with money.
This experience has inspired Adam's work in financial education and his mission to start a national conversation on college funding and tackle the student loan debt crisis through his documentary, Broke Busted & Disgusted. His message of pursuing passions, living simply, and making a difference in the lives of those around us is one that can benefit us all.
In our conversation, Adam also shared his insights on how to achieve financial freedom. He stressed the importance of financial education and its role in empowering people to make informed financial decisions. He also emphasized the need to pursue our passions, live simply, and make a difference in the lives of those around us.
In conclusion, Adam Carroll's insights on personal finance are both inspiring and practical. His message of building a bigger life, not a bigger lifestyle, is one that can benefit us all. By taking control of our financial lives and embracing the power of financial education, we can achieve the financial freedom we seek and build a life that is truly fulfilling. To view Adam's TEDx talk, visit the link here. Click here to hear the rest of the interview, follow us on the podcast!
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