The Money Healing Podcast

# 75: Healing Debt Shame w/ Seraphina Altnickel

July 08, 2024 Nadine Zumot Season 1 Episode 75
# 75: Healing Debt Shame w/ Seraphina Altnickel
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The Money Healing Podcast
# 75: Healing Debt Shame w/ Seraphina Altnickel
Jul 08, 2024 Season 1 Episode 75
Nadine Zumot

This week, I am playing with something new, and pretty exciting! 

Introducing “Ask Nadine” episodes where listeners get on the mic and interview me! It’s a podcast party! Yay! 

In this episode, Seraphina and I discuss the relationship between shame, guilt, money,  debt and the cultural differences in the perception of debt and the importance of emotional intelligence in managing finances. 

Takeaways

  • Debt is not inherently bad and can be used in a positive way, such as building credit, resilience and self confidence. 
  • Shame is an internalized belief that one is bad, while guilt is the belief that one has done something bad.
  • Understanding the underlying reasons for debt, including unresolved money wounds, is crucial for healing.
  • Shame and guilt can negatively impact our financial decisions and prevent us from taking necessary risks or investments.
  • Cultural differences play a role in how debt is perceived, with some cultures viewing it as shameful while others see it as a necessary part of life.
  • Why emotional literacy is crucial in managing finances, as our emotions can influence our financial decisions and behaviors.
  • Developing a healthy relationship with money requires shifting perspectives and embracing authenticity.
  • How the power of perspective can turn a crisis into an adventure, allowing us to approach challenges with a positive mindset.



Connect with Serphina:
Seraphina is a systemic coach and behavior trainer, holistic business developer and integrative personality developer with years of experience in supporting top executives and companies from start-ups to large international corporations in their transformation processes - both as a consultant in large consulting firms and as a founder and managing director in her own companies. She has a degree in business psychology and international politics/ economics, a background in Gestalt Therapy and bases her work on positive psychology. Her mission is to support individuals, teams in discovering their potentials, life up to them and thrive in their careers and life in general as well as bringing the perspective of human-centricity into companies transformation processes.

 Connect with her on LinkedIn


Or Insta:phina_persson

Thank you for being here ❤️

Join my 6-month program, Create Fulfilling Abundance.
Learn more and apply here: https://www.saveamillioncents.com/cfa


If you are interested in working with me 1:1, send me an email!

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💝 To receive your FREE Money Archetype Workbook, complete this form

Chance to win a 1:1 Call:
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Connect with me on Instagram for free tips, inspo: https://www.instagram.com/nadinezumot/


~Podcast theme song by
The Jilted Irony

Show Notes

This week, I am playing with something new, and pretty exciting! 

Introducing “Ask Nadine” episodes where listeners get on the mic and interview me! It’s a podcast party! Yay! 

In this episode, Seraphina and I discuss the relationship between shame, guilt, money,  debt and the cultural differences in the perception of debt and the importance of emotional intelligence in managing finances. 

Takeaways

  • Debt is not inherently bad and can be used in a positive way, such as building credit, resilience and self confidence. 
  • Shame is an internalized belief that one is bad, while guilt is the belief that one has done something bad.
  • Understanding the underlying reasons for debt, including unresolved money wounds, is crucial for healing.
  • Shame and guilt can negatively impact our financial decisions and prevent us from taking necessary risks or investments.
  • Cultural differences play a role in how debt is perceived, with some cultures viewing it as shameful while others see it as a necessary part of life.
  • Why emotional literacy is crucial in managing finances, as our emotions can influence our financial decisions and behaviors.
  • Developing a healthy relationship with money requires shifting perspectives and embracing authenticity.
  • How the power of perspective can turn a crisis into an adventure, allowing us to approach challenges with a positive mindset.



Connect with Serphina:
Seraphina is a systemic coach and behavior trainer, holistic business developer and integrative personality developer with years of experience in supporting top executives and companies from start-ups to large international corporations in their transformation processes - both as a consultant in large consulting firms and as a founder and managing director in her own companies. She has a degree in business psychology and international politics/ economics, a background in Gestalt Therapy and bases her work on positive psychology. Her mission is to support individuals, teams in discovering their potentials, life up to them and thrive in their careers and life in general as well as bringing the perspective of human-centricity into companies transformation processes.

 Connect with her on LinkedIn


Or Insta:phina_persson

Thank you for being here ❤️

Join my 6-month program, Create Fulfilling Abundance.
Learn more and apply here: https://www.saveamillioncents.com/cfa


If you are interested in working with me 1:1, send me an email!

✨If this podcast is a helpful resource for you, please share it with your friends, on social media, and leave a 5-star rating and review.

💝 To receive your FREE Money Archetype Workbook, complete this form

Chance to win a 1:1 Call:
Complete this survey to enter a monthly draw for a chance to win a FREE 1:1 session with me.


Connect with me on Instagram for free tips, inspo: https://www.instagram.com/nadinezumot/


~Podcast theme song by
The Jilted Irony