Does winning the lottery make people any happier?
People change when you have money...
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield spoke to Money Life Coach Winnie Kunene.
She looked into the psychology of winning the lotto, after an interview with a secret millionaire on his lotto winnings.
Listen to the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
Wealth like that can bring both joy and pain.— Winnie Kunene
Money puts a distance between you and your friends and family.— Winnie Kunene
Before he did anything he got in touch with a psychologist.— Winnie Kunene
I think the silent treatment is the best.— I think the silent treatment is the best.
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