As a Certified Money Coach, I have seen firsthand how the pandemic has devastated families. Not only are people losing their family members, they’re losing their livelihoods. I keep hearing people say, “something’s gotta give, something’s gotta give” — and they’re right. Now is the time to make sure it “gives” in a way that minimizes any damage to you.
When most people think about getting their finances in order, they start with spending plans and budgets — which are very useful — but they often stop short of the thing that provides the best foundation for fiscal responsibility: Introspection.
Introspection is important because money is more than dollars and cents. Money could have been your mom’s way of getting you to do chores, or your dad’s way of rewarding good grades. Maybe one of your parents didn’t trust banks and had cash hidden all over the house — or perhaps your aunt took you with her every time she did some retail therapy. Money is emotional!
These are all formative experiences that stay with us, whether we know it or not. So how do you transform your relationship with money?
One way is to join me on Zoom for group money coaching. My Money Mindset Workshop will consist of four, 90-minute workshops over four weeks. We’ll dig deep back into our childhood memories of money to remember how we learned our money habits, and how they have affected us. The first session is April 21st., and the cost is a bargain at $197.00 since the regular price of this workshop is $997.00. And yes, there will be homework.
As part of my training to become a Money Coach, I went through the coaching process with a coach. I was surprised to learn the origin of so many of my unwanted behaviors surrounding money. More importantly, I articulated the actions I needed to take and I wound up with some best practices — not for my business, but my personal life. I hope you’ll join us on April 21st.to start your journey!
For more information and to sign up, click here.