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Money makes the world go round, and if this is true, do you struggle to understand the complex workings of finance, money and investments? Join us, Host Arthi Rabikrisson and co-host on Season 2 Malika Petersen, both women in finance, as we delve into simplifying the complexities that come with managing your finances and investments. The theory of Black Swan Events is a metaphor that describes an event that comes as a surprise, has a major effect, and is often rationalized after the fact wit ...
 
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Episode 94 – Why Wealth is Bad for your Health Can wealth actually have a detrimental effect on our health? The guys explore what makes money so unhealthy, along with sharing some ideas to help create a better relationship with our finances. In addition to the No Shizzle Sherlock and #tightasstommo tips, we also have a little birthday flashback for…
 
Episode 93 – Permission with Joy Lere Welcomes & Introductions Featuring: Ovation Finance – click here if you would like to talk to Ovation Finance about your financial plan Another golf recap The IFW – click here for more information about the Institute for Financial Wellbeing FWB books – click here to purchase your copy of The Financial Wellbeing…
 
In our 2022 wrap up episode 5 of Season 2, Arthi and Malika helps you look at a truly wonderful gift that really does keep on giving: your investments. The festive season is upon us and it is very easy to become swept up with wanting to spoil loved ones (and yourself) with treats, especially with all the specials around, pots Black Friday and Cyber…
 
Episode 92 – Five Tips To Help With Framing Bias The guys are here to explore the concept of Framing Bias. Sharing tips around awareness so we won’t be led, but use Framing Bias to drive actions that lead to wiser decisions for our financial wellbeing. Come and have a listen, with the usual No Shizzle Sherlock and some scraping of the barrel #Tight…
 
In Episode 4 of Season 2, Arthi and Malika dive in a deeper into the third financial superpower that was mentioned in Episode 1, being PTP: Plan Track & Plan some more! In the month of November, it's all about coping: coping with work demands in the wrap up to the year 2022, and coping with the financial demands on our money pot, from festive gifti…
 
Join the guys as they have a ‘live’ chat around ESG and investments. ESG is a nuanced topic – so we have the award winning expert Clémence Chatelin to help make sense of it all. Now, break out your crystal balls for No Shizzle Sherlock and enjoy a cheeky #tightasstommo money saving tip in the latest episode . . . Welcomes & Introductions Featuring …
 
In Episode 3 of Season 2, Arthi and Malika dive in a deeper into the first financial superpower that was mention in Episode 1, being Know Your Money Pot. As we come to the end of the year and the festive season round the corner, it is very easy to think about the spending that needs to happen and then think about how to pay for it. We're challengin…
 
Episode 90 – Why Are We So Rubbish With Money? The guys explore why our brains are just not wired to deal with our finances. So . . . what can we do about this? Have no fear, they also have some helpful tips alongside numerous #tightasstommo money saving tips! How many do you already use? Welcomes & Introductions Featuring tech issues, Ovation Fina…
 
In Episode 1 of Season 2 of the Swan Effect podcast, Arthi and Malika helped to identify those financial superpowers we all have that we can use to unleash our money management potential. This month, the hosts are enabling you to commit to your financial goals and build your willpower to keep going. Joining as a guest is Sandra Segers, Head of Stra…
 
It’s been long overdue, but the guys finally have a chat with Liz Zeidler from The Centre for Thriving Places and explore the links between wellbeing and our finances. No Shizzle Sherlock has some no nonsense words from Producer Tommo and there is an update from a previous #tightasstommo money saving tip. Come and enjoy a great episode . . . Welcom…
 
We Are Back on Air! After a hiatus of 8 months, The Swan Effect Podcast is launching Season 2 with host Arthi Rabikrisson and co-host Malika Petersen! As August is Woman's month in South Africa, this episode spotlights that we women have the ability to unleash our financial superpowers, given inherent strengths and capabilities. Many of these are a…
 
Episode 88 – Giving for Your Wellbeing This episode is all about convincing you that giving to others will make you happy – the wellbeing behind philanthropy! We want to hear your thoughts on the No Shizzle Sherlock topic and as ever, #TightAssTommo has some questionable money saving tips to help you beat the cost of living crisis. Welcomes & Intro…
 
A brilliant chat this episode with the lovely Stephanie Brobbey from the Good Ancestor Movement. Taking a look at motivations behind philanthropy for wellbeing and wealth distribution for a healthier economy. Along with the guys tackling Warren Buffett in No Shizzle Sherlock and some tongue-in-cheek #tightasstommo money saving tips. Come and have a…
 
Episode 86 – The Big Quit Is the grass greener on the other side? The guys explore what you should consider about job roles and your wellbeing before handing in your notice. With blindfolded monkeys in No Shizzle Sherlock and #tightasstommo tips to wow you – this episode is packed with podcasting gold! Welcomes & Introductions Featuring various spo…
 
The guys have a great chat with special guest Martin Stepek exploring mindfulness. Whilst mindfulness is a bit of a buzzword right now, this episode takes a deeper dive into how it can help with our relationship towards money. Will you guess the No Shizzle Sherlock Test before David? Or do you already apply the #tightasstommo money saving tip? Come…
 
Episode 84 – THE Secret to Happiness After 84 episodes, we should all know a thing or two about wellbeing and our finances – now it all comes together as the guys share THE, not actually that secret, way we can align our financial plan with lasting happiness! With the usual No Shizzle Sherlock and #tightasstommo features, along with the three steps…
 
Episode 83 – Social Comparison with Neil Bage He’s back, for a third time! Neil Bage has a brilliant discussion around what social comparison means and the effects it can have on our financial wellbeing, both positive and negative. With great tips on how to curate your social media experiences, the most dodgy money saving tip to date in #tightassto…
 
Episode 82 – What Determines Your Self-Worth? Where does self-worth come from and how can we link this to our financial plan? Whilst The Financial Wellbeing Podcast is not about psychology, the guys are exploring the relationship between self-worth and your money with personal examples and some great advice from the Dalai Lama. A poignant episode f…
 
Episode 81 – Going Beyond: Interview with Eric Roberge The guys are going global in this episode of The Financial Wellbeing Podcast as they chat with ‘Beyond Your Hammock’ founder Eric Roberge from Boston in America. They explore what a financial plan looks like and the process to create one, along with a great #tightasstommo tip if you are ever in…
 
Episode 80 – 10 Financial Tips I Wish I Could Tell My 18 Year Old Self In this episode the guys think about turning back time to consider sage financial tips they wish they understood when they were 18, you know, way way back in the day! With another No Shizzle Sherlock test and the perennial favourite #tightasstommo we have a great episode for you…
 
To the subscribers, well-wishers and supporters of the Swan effect podcast It is with a heavy heart that I inform you that co-host Lucille Sikosana, passed away in October 2021. It has been a difficult time for her friends and family, to come to terms with the loss of this beautiful person. I too have often been overwhelmed with thoughts that my co…
 
Episode 79 – How To Find The Right Advice For You In this special episode for Financial Planning Week 2021, the guys have a chat about the questions you should ask when trying to find the financial adviser for you. Whilst slightly controversial in places, there are plenty of top tips for you to use in your hunt for the right adviser. Joining the cl…
 
Debt can play many roles in our lives, from the opportunity cost to income producing to just an expense that needs to be attended to. This is where the double edged sword of debt emerges. Listen in to this latest episode for the discussion between Lucille Sikosana and Arthi Rabikrisson, where they tackle some of the trickier questions about debt; i…
 
Episode 78 – Interview with Dr Moira Somers Join the guys as they chat with guest Dr Moira Somers, exploring the psychology behind what stops people from thinking in a proactive way and taking advice? With a special return of wellbeing words from around the world and a tip of gigantic proportions from #tightasstommo we have an episode you just cant…
 
On this Woman's Month episode, Lucille and Arthi host guest, Lesego Monareng of KLU Wealth and Legacy Management, to talk more about women and how we can achieve financial freedom. It's a complex topic given the various barriers women still face today, from cultural norms and biases to explicit ceilings or exclusionary policies that destroy women's…
 
Episode 77 – Self-Determination Theory The guys have a great chat about Self-Determination Theory in this episode – don’t worry, whilst the inspiration for this episode is academic, they take the general principles and how you can apply them to financial decisions. With great examples to illustrate the tricky bits and brilliant take-aways you can a…
 
In this episode, Arthi and Lucille invite guest Batya Shulman, to share some of her views on Work-Life Savings, as a concept and how one can use the money we work hard for, to create a future asset pool that we can tap into for other income generating opportunities. A different way to look at how savings can actually unlock more money in your pocke…
 
Episode 76 – Financial Coaching with Catherine Morgan What is financial coaching? How is it different to a financial advice? The guys chat with Catherine Morgan, a financial coach, to discuss the difference. Along with exploring how we can improve our relationship with our finances by addressing 6 anxieties. With a great Bage’s Bias that prompted a…
 
On this episode Lucille and Arthi are joined by Mphiwa Nombembe, Managing Director of Vine Private Wealth, to explore ways of keeping track with money resolutions. Mphiwa provides guidance that helps one to track progress, and determine the best plan of action to stay the course. The content covered includes: The biggest money challenges and mistak…
 
Episode 75 – The Financial Wellbeing Audit Join the guys as they explore the the five pillars of financial wellbeing so you can ask the important questions and review your finances via a financial wellbeing audit. Along with Bage’s Behavioural Biases and some classic #tightasstommo tips. Have a listen to find out if you are on the right path. Welco…
 
In this episode Lucille interviews Arthi as an accredited coach, about neuroscience and financial coaching. Arthi explains how the complicated highway system of nerves that connects our brain to the rest of our body work, and the how the neurons that release chemicals, lead to financial decision making. A range of topics are covered: Explanation of…
 
Episode 74 – Interview with Ash Phillips Whilst it is easier than ever to become and entrepreneur, there are still barriers to creating a successful business. The guys chat with special guest Ash Phillips, founder of Dffrnt, and explore how to find the right investors for your vision. With the brilliant Bage’s Biases and #TightAssTommo tips, after …
 
On this episode, Lucille and Arthi are joined by guest James Vigne, founder of Villic Wealth, to discuss this crucial topic about how one can get closer to achieving financial freedom. To help gain clarity about achieving financial freedom, James helps answer: The definition of Financial Freedom How to go about becoming financially free Debt and ne…
 
Episode 73 – Don’t Be A Creep As we earn more income, we spend more money. Is that inevitable? Maybe not . . the guys take a practical look at how we can all avoid lifestyle creep. Along with Bage’s Biases and #tightasstommo money saving tips, come and have a listen to find out how you can find financial wellbeing. Welcomes and Introductions Not ce…
 
Spending with confidence is not something we hear often. There is often guilt attached to spending money, and quite a negative mindset in fact. In this episode Lucille and Arthi talk about how it is very possible to have a great relationship with money and how you can nurture that over time too. Topics that are covered include: How to spend with co…
 
Episode 72 – Financial Psychology with Anne Abbenes Why does talking about money cause such anxiety? Special guest Anne Abbenes takes a look at the psychology behind what is happening in our brains when we are dealing with our finances. With a great Bage’s Behavioural Bias and some questionable #tightasstommo money saving tips, we have plenty of ta…
 
Savings and Investments are two terms that are often used interchangeably . In this episode Arthi and Lucille unpack the terminology, the conflicts, similarities and the differences between the two. They also provide practical and implementable ideas on how one can save and invest. A range of topics relating to saving and investing are covered: Tak…
 
What gets you out of bed in the mornings? Join the guys as they discuss how we can structure our finances to create and keep the balance between pleasure and purpose for long term wellbeing and fulfilment. With another Bage’s Behavioural Bias and #tightasstommo’s money saving tips we have a pleasurable podcast for you . . . Welcomes & Introductions…
 
A range of topics are covered including: Explaining what a money resolution is and how high up the list of normal resolutions should they need to be Having the right mindset if you want to achieve your money goals Why it is important to set realistic goals to align with your financial wellbeing The significance of including insurance, medical aid, …
 
Episode 70 – Finding Purpose in Later Life with Tony Watts OBE A special guest interview with Tony Watts OBE, director at EngAgeNet and author of The Midlife Review Book. Tony is an advocate for the elderly from producing many publications to directly informing the government on their issues. In this episode the guys chat about what retirement can …
 
Episode 69 – Finding Financial Planners with Kate Holmes How do you go about finding a financial advisor to help you with financial wellbeing? We have a great chat with Kate Holmes for you in this episode. Kate is a big advocate of financial planning and helps advisors in America to deliver financial planning rather than just financial advice. Lots…
 
What are personal values and how do they effect our behaviour? When do these values conflict with each other? What does any of this have to do with financial wellbeing?! Come and have a listen to the guys as they take a deep dive into, previous podcast guest, Tim Kasser’s principle ” the idea that a person who holds financial success as one of thei…
 
Episode 67 – Exploring Paths to Happiness with Dr Elia Gourgouris What is your personal brand? If you are the “something” person, what is that “something?” How has this brand shaped your life and wellbeing? Chris, David and Producer Tommo have a chat with the happiness doctor Elia Gourgouris about the positives and negatives of personal brands and …
 
Episode 66 – The Biology of Happiness Can we increase our wellbeing through a biology lesson? In this episode Chris, David and Producer Tommo explore the science behind the chemicals in our brains responsible for happiness. With plenty of takeaways on sensible ways to increase our wellbeing, a Bage’s Bias and a special little guest in the #tightass…
 
Episode 65 – Amy Florian on Grief, Loss & Transitions We all struggle with grief, loss and moments of transition in our lives. Grief can come from many areas, whether that be from the death of a loved one or a change in life that leads to something being left behind. Chris talks to a grief specialist Amy Florian about how we can deal with grief and…
 
Episode 64 – The Financial Wellbeing Junkie The guys are back and may have found the secret meaning of life in this episode! They take a look at two key theories of wellbeing – Set Point Happiness and the Hedonic Treadmill – what really makes us happy and can we increase our wellbeing? There is the classic #TightAssTommo and the NEW Bages’ Biases, …
 
Episode 63 – Interview with Will Carmichael from Rooster Money The guys are still here for the latest episode of the Financial Wellbeing Podcast. Join Chris, David and Producer Tommo as they chat with Will Carmichael, founder of Rooster Money. Now, Rooster Money may be an app to help teach kids great money habits with their pocket money, but stay t…
 
Episode 62 – Time to Reflect In this episode Chris, David and Producer Tommo share some ideas to think about during lockdown, given what we know about money and happiness. The guys share how they have been spending their time and not their money. They take a look at what we can do right now and what positives we might want to continue after the loc…
 
Episode 61 – Coping With Anxiety During Lockdown with Nick Elston We have a very special interim podcast for you. Special guest Nick Elston is back for a chat with Chris Budd to talk about anxiety and our well-being during the pandemic lockdown. The two talk about what you can do when stuck at home worried or anxious in order to improve your mental…
 
Episode 60 – Interview with The Financial Healer, Mark Bristow How damaging can our relationship with money be? Chris, David and Producer Tommo have a chat with Mark Bristow, The Financial Healer, about how we can uncover and challenge our self-limiting beliefs. From great #tightasstommotips to David’s excessive use of Bristol Rovers player names t…
 
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