Want to know the first step to having a better relationship with your money is?
Sure, goals are important (and critical to your success) but they are not enough. There is more at work than meets the eye. If you’re not where you want to be and ‘goal setting’ hasn’t been working for you, then keep reading!
Here are the probable reasons why;
The ‘Big Kahuna’; You haven’t bought into your ‘why’ you want it.
Sure, you may have said that you want to make more money to travel or pay off […]
Letting go of the edge…
Ever hear that inner voice telling you there’s more to what you have?
Do you listen to it? …The one that tells you to go for it…and believe.
You should listen, its chatter that matters!
Time to examine the truth about where you are.
Take this little self-assessment quiz to get an idea of what’s true for you:
:: Do you procrastinate on doing things that you know will move you forward?
:: Do you have fear and concerns that prevent you from getting ahead?
:: Do you exist in a fantasy bubble playing mind games with yourself and […]
Talking money of course!
A big reason why many couples argue about money involves differing values and conflicting goals which leads into a battle of; “I’m right … your wrong!”
Here’s why this happens: most couples do not have “Money Talks”. Sure they talk about money in varying degrees – but they don’t get into the ‘nitty gritty’ of their numbers and how the other person feels.
Let’s face it, when cashflow is good, money arguments usually are few – if any.
But when cashflow changes (usually due to less money coming in or expenses going up) […]
It’s that time of year again… do I invest in an RRSP? If so – what type of funds should I invest in.
Well if you are over 55 – according to a RBC survey , 87% of Canadians are looking for investments that grow & guarantee principal and yet 60% not familiar with Segregated Funds that are available from insurance companies.
Segregated funds offer the growth potential of a mutual fund with the comfort of an insurance contract to guarantee the principal at maturity or death, and yet only 17% of respondents in […]
“Attitude is everything, so pick a good one!”
“Is your glass half full or half empty?”
“A bad attitude is like a flat tire, if you don’t change it you’ll never go anywhere”
“Change I can’t into I can and pretty soon you will say… I did!”
We have all seen these quotes hundreds of times, but do we always heed this advice?
Our minds are so powerful to help us control our feelings and our actions, which inevitably becomes our results. It’s a good thing, well that is if you are happy with the way your life is.
Are you happy with the way you think about money? Are you in charge of your financial destiny? Do you have fun managing your money and setting goals?
Well if you said ‘No’ to any of the above, you may be hanging on to some money beliefs, habits or attitudes that are stopping you from having fun! Money is an emotionally volatile issue for most women. It’s probably the most complicated relationship we have – and the one that most controls our lives … if we let it!
Many of us hate organizing our financial […]
Are you having an ‘out of money’ experience?
If so, chances are that it’s due to your habits, attitude and a real ‘tug of war’ inside you.
We all have desires, dreams and beliefs that pull us towards achieving the goals we have in life right? But sometimes we start to make progress on our goals and then suddenly something happens to sabotage it; either our thoughts, willpower, beliefs and even unknown forces that stop us cold in our tracks. What is going on, we know we want the outcome, so what is happening?
Want to know what the biggest barriers are to having success with money, our finances, goals and dreams?
It’s the BS stories that we tell ourselves of why we can’t.
Those stories stop us from really getting honest with ourselves and we have conditioned ourselves to believe in all kinds of things such as;
“Its’s too late, I don’t know how, I’m too old/young/male/female, All the things in my past are keeping me from doing what I need to do today…”
Are you hanging on to old stories and playing the blame game? If you typecast […]