The Psychology of Financial Planning Podcast

Join Dr. Charles Chaffin and Dr. Brad Klontz as they dive deep into the psychology of financial planning. This podcast, designed for practitioners, is based upon their most recent book and provides actionable insights for advisors to know and serve their clients better.

Investor FOMO…and what advisors can do about it Psychology of Financial Planning Podcast

Dr. Charles and Dr. Brad open the show talking about FOMO and how it can impact a client's risk profile as well as their communication with their advisor. They then talk about ways that advisors can plan for and respond to FOMO both during and in the beginning of the client-planner relationship. 
  1. Investor FOMO…and what advisors can do about it
  2. What Every Financial Planner should know about Goals
  3. What are your clients learning from you?
  4. How to get your client to take action
  5. Behavioral finance is boring

The Numb Podcast, now in its second season, is a fun exploration of life in the Information Age, focusing on social media, cable news, dating apps, porn, and all of the other apps and devices that push and pull on our attention on a daily basis. Hosted by Dr. Charles Chaffin, The Numb Podcast includes researchers, therapists, sports and political figures, and guests from all walks of life who offer commentary and solutions for managing our attention in such a noisy world.

The Distracted Organization The Numb Podcast

Dr. Charles opens the show by addressing some of the emails related to holiday arguments. He then outlines how costly distractions are for organizations, outlining some of the primary causes for both office employees and those working from home.He then shares several steps both employees and  organizations can take to be more focused and productive. He then quotes a song, tells a story, and talks about the epidemic of loneliness. 
  1. The Distracted Organization
  2. If being wrong is wrong, I don’t want to be right
  3. Distraction and the "Productivity Pirates"
  4. STRESS!
  5. The Psychology of Texting