1.14.19 Cool Your Heels with Lillian
Lillian interviews Dr. Geller who wrote a book called “Money Anxiety.” In it he explains how their two parts of everyone’s mind, the analytical and the prehistoric.
Prehistoric controls emotions. Analytical controls our thinking process.
In “Money Anxiety,” Dr. Geller explains that there are economic cycles. Each cycle has increase monies, jobs, and prosperity. At the end of that cycle, a new one takes its place. The once called recession.
These two cycles constantly work within our economy and people should expect these cycles to happen as regularly as clock work.