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Jun 11, 2021

Paul Roux is a Financial Coach that helps people in recovery take control of their finances so they can live the life they were created for. Paul knows from personal experience that recovery requires building a strong foundation, and he believes our own financial health is no different. With a Bachelor's degree in commerce, a postgraduate diploma in financial planning and over 10 years experience in the financial services industry, Paul has gained a vast amount of skills and knowledge around personal finances. He also shares his own story battling addiction in a book called "The Addiction Diaries” and we will put everything mentioned in todays podcast in the show notes so it’s easy for you to find.

Top 3 Points We Discuss: 

  1. Our own behavior around money is more important than our knowledge about money
  2. Building a solid financial foundation is vital for financial success 
  3. How you handle your money has a direct influence on your own self-esteem, self-confidence and relationships.

Paul's Story Published in "The Addiction Diaries”


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