In this episode of Date, Sex & Money the question is do you let your partner know when the bills are not being paid? Now I feel like your partner should already know that if they are the one who is responsible for the bills, however if you are the responsible party and you need some help, then yes you should let them know that the bills are due. Now that's my opinion, but check out this episode of Date, Sex & Money to see what these folks had to say.
Some of the best conversations happen when we're pushed outside of our comfort zones. So each week on Think Again, we surprise smart people you've probably heard of with hand-picked gems from Big Think's interview archives on every imaginable subject. The conversation could go anywhere.
In spite of all the weird ways the word has been abused since the 2016 elections, I think of myself as a liberal. As a basic value, I try to be open-minded. And like many liberals, I live in a big, liberal city where I rarely meet anyone who doesn’t share my values, religious outlook, and political beliefs. As a result, like it or not, I’m in a bubble. And when I’m not being careful about it, I’m vulnerable to seeing “the Bible Belt” and the American South as one monolithic, mostly white, evangelical, anti-abortion, Christian Right-leaning mass. As some kind of living history exhibit of a past us New Yorkers have left behind.
Everywhere you look these days you see politics. Gone are the days where it just showed up on the evening news. With technology giving everyone the opportunity to consume it on a daily basis right on there cell phones, there is no way to omit what's happening around the globe politically. Everyone should participate in decision-making and politics -- and it starts at home, says activist Hajer Sharief. She introduces a simple yet transformative idea: that parents can teach their children about political agency by giving them a say in how their households are run, in the form of candid family meetings where everyone can express their opinions, negotiate and compromise.
Are you interested in learning how to detox for a better health? In this episode Josephine shares what you need to do become healthier by learning how to detox. Check it out.
I remember when I was getting married. I was so excited, but because I was pretty new to being a full-time entrepreneur I didn't have the money for a big wedding. So I decided that I would go back to work to get the money that I needed for my big wedding. Well that didn't work out too well. I worked at a regular job for only 3 months and decide, forget this crap. I'm going to have a small wedding and I will save up for that. So I quit my job and downsized my wedding to 150 people. I saved a lot of money by doing a lot of the stuff myself and I have to say that I had a beautiful wedding.
In this podcast episode Dave Ramsey talks about how you can save for your big day. Check it out.
GaryVee is one of my all time favorite entrepreneurs. I listen to a lot of what he has to say, because he has mastered the game of business. In this episode he talks about how to get rid of fear. Fear is a killer of most people dreams. Just imagine what you could do if fear was a non-mother F'ing factor in your life. I'm sure Gary has something to say about that in this podcast episode. Sit back and check it out.