Thursday December 18th, 2014 Join Antoinette Gangi and Marc Demetriou in welcoming guest Bob Wheeler CPA, CFO of The Comedy Store in LA and Book Author of The Money Nerve: Navigating the Emotions of Money.
The Money Nerve guest Bob Wheeler Topics
- What is a “Money Nerve” and how does a person ease the pain
- How emotions play a part in financial decisions
- Setting Intentions; Words are powerful tools
- Tips and exercises for achieving goals
- If you are not where you want to be… finding the secret to change within, to make a shift
The Money Nerve guest Bob Wheeler
The Money Nerve: Navigating the Emotions of Money
A fresh approach to successful habits of personal finances
Los Angeles, CA – This new book, The Money Nerve: Navigating the Emotions of Money, authored by Bob Wheeler, CPA, and CFO of The Comedy Store in Los Angeles, has a simple yet profound goal: to help readers understand how money affects their emotions and their relationships. Wheeler hopes to help people face their financial fears and discover financial freedom by creating a healthy relationship with money.
An excerpt from “The Money Nerve”:
“Wouldn’t it be nice to worry less about money and focus more on financial freedom? A healthy relationship with money is freedom. It’s time to become aware of your personal decision-making process in order to create the new financial you.
How emotions underpin our relationship with money (and how that relationship, in turn, affects all aspects of our lives) is the basis of this book. Each of us has a ‘Money Nerve,’ and this book will help you see how your Money Nerve affects your financial decision making.”
“This is not a how-to-get-rich book,” Wheeler says. “It’s a how-to-have-a-healthy relationship-with-the-money-you-have book. By learning to make conscious choices and live with the concept of Proactive Abundance, this attitude and lifestyle can be extremely positive, regardless of one’s level of income.”
His crusade for personal growth has cross-pollinated with his accounting practice to birth a new approach to personal finances. From his 25 years of helping clients, Bob has distilled a concoction of warmth, information, motivation and budgeting directive that he offers to anyone with financial concerns. His passion is to help others gain insights about how emotions trigger financial decisions. Combining finances with behaviors, Bob has lifted the numbers off the table and put them into the heart, where he shows they have been all along.
As a man of true integrity with an infectious energy, Bob has spoken at various conferences on tax law changes and serves on the board of directors for several nonprofit and profit corporations. While strengthening his accounting practice, Bob has simultaneously pursued his love of satire and ventured into the realm of standup comedy. He is currently the chief financial officer for The Comedy Store in West Hollywood, California.
Bob graduated from Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee. His world travels lead him to all points on the globe, especially those at high altitudes. He has climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro in Africa, arrived at the Base Camp Everest in Nepal and climbed several smaller mountains in between. With charm and humor, his experiences on the road, in the office, or in a Grecian marathon feed his wit as a standup comic and financial behaviorist.