#024 Money Q&A: The Value of Currency

 Money Q&A at Caveat. Photography by Shot By Rod

Money Q&A at Caveat. Photography by Shot By Rod

Money is a great servant but a bad master.
— Francis Bacon

In this audience Q&A episode, you’ll hear from all three guests in the series on MONEY about a shocking statistics regarding money and civic responsibility, followed by a question about meaning in work, and concluding with a question about universal basic income. #thehappierhour

PREVIOUS EPISODES ON MONEY:

In #023 Making Money Work With Voltaire And Jill Schlesinger we learned how the complex financial issues are not really that complicated and why we should do as Voltaire advised and cultivate our own gardens.

Episode #022 was a bonus episode for about the existential crisis that often comes with career change.

Episode #021 Moral Money With Adam Smith and Professor Jennifer Morton highlighted the relationship between individual and society in the ethical costs of upward mobility, particularly for first generation students

Episode #020 Do The (Side) Hustle With Epicurus and Chris Guillebeau discussed the value of non-conformity in how we choose to work and live.

MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:

A Third Of Americans Would Exchange Their Voting Rights For A 10% Pay Raise

Universal Basic Income

“This is a question too difficult for a mathematician. It should be asked of a philosopher" - Albert Einstein


A recurring theme in all the conversations we had about money, has the importance on understanding the real value behind the currency and not allowing society to dictated what is valuable to ourselves.

QUESTION OF THE EPISODE:

What is one thing you wish you understood about making, saving, or spending money, that you don’t understand yet?
— Question of the episode

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