With the exception of an elite few, most people never learned how to manage their money. Their parents didn’t know, so they had to learn their own lessons the hard way. Unfortunately, some people never learn and they continue to pass those generational money curses down the line. I don’t know about you, but I wasn’t part of the elite few who learned how to manage money at an early age. I had to learn the hard way, and so did Lea Landaverde. Lea shares her struggles growing up in an immigrant family and what money burdens it put on her at a young age. She gives her perspective on the role society plays in keeping minority people oppressed, and what those people can do to start changing their situation. Lea also shares how people can improve their situation, set boundaries with their family and use their own finances to drive positive change. If you want to break through money curses that stem from your family, you don’t want to miss this impactful conversation.
Here’s a glance at this episode:
- [02:00] Lea shares her background, coming from an immigrant family and what inspired her to help others change their money situation.
- [14:00] Lea describes the moment that changed everything for their family from a financial perspective and how that triggered her to worry about money.
- [22:40] Letting traumas hold you down and stay stagnant or letting traumas fuel you to change for the better.
- [31:00] Lea shares how people with family who constantly ask or expect financial help can set boundaries and follow them.
- [42:40] Unique ways Lea feels and finds gratitude in everyday life scenarios.
- [50:00] How people who improved their financial situation can help drive change with the money they make.