Many people have a love-hate relationship with money. The emotion of hate is a very strong one that can create financial chaos and stress that stems from negative thinking, beliefs, and habits. The fact is that many people have not been taught how to manage money and most learn through trial and error. The struggle with finances can be very real and many people desire a more positive relationship with money.
Much like an alcoholic who wants to live a life of sobriety they must first recognize that a problem with alcohol exists and want to seek help.
Just like there are different levels of alcoholism there can also be different levels of financial problems.
For some, the problem may be a lack of savings, too much credit card debt, or poor money management skills. For others, it may look like bankruptcy or a gambling problem.
Money can consume the thoughts of others, it can be an obsession, the...
A conversation about money can be tough to have. If I asked you to show your closest friend or your partner your bank accounts, could you? How would that make you feel? Many partners share a bed, yet have difficulty talking about money.
Prosperity can be thought of as having happiness and money sustained over a long period of time. Perhaps you have generated a large amount of money and are still unhappy. Perhaps you are not satisfied with your current level of success. Perhaps you are surviving month-to-month. Why is that?
Instead of talking about the traditional ‘net-worth, budget, save more than we spend’ approach, I help you become aware of your relationship with money. I also help you learn who you need to become to attract what you want to have healthy money habits.
Are you aware of your true relationship with money?
To be responsible and in control of your money, you must first acknowledge your current situation. Are you happy? Is your current relationship...
Are you living in a house and dreaming of living in a castle?
By 2026 it is said that women will control half the accumulated wealth in Canada.
Would you like to be a part of this group of women?
Let me ask you: Do you currently have a written financial plan that will help you to get there?
If you don't, keep reading. Today I am going to share 3 ideas with you to help you get there!
It's important to become more money-conscious. Begin paying attention to how and what we give our money and energy too.
Currently, what you are spending your money on? Does it support you or does it end up leaving you feeling drained and emotionally depressed?
We have a huge debt problem in this country and that is a pretty big wound.
How do you begin to heal this wound? Stop doing the thing that created the wound in the first place.
Ask yourself do you want to be a part of the problem or part of the solution.
Are you happy and content...
You might be saying, “If I made more money, I wouldn’t have financial stress.” But the truth of the matter is that more income only magnifies your current financial habits and mindset.
What you think about is what you feel about and affects what you do in life. If you have negative feelings about money, it will affect your relationship.
Traditional budgets can be frustrating and feel restrictive and often aren’t flexible to your particular situation. A Prosperity Plan is a different way of managing your unique money goals.
Excess debt can feel like you are carrying a huge monkey on your back. Create a debt reduction plan that motivates you and empowers you.