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7 questions to ask yourself about money

Do you want to change your behaviours related to money?

Asking these 7 questions can provide some good quality reflective thought. Thanks to my friends at Money Habitudes for the questions.

  1. Have you faced this same financial challenge before? This could be anything such as: bankruptcy, being in and out debt constantly, losing opportunities because of waiting too long to act and being taken advantage of financially in a relationship.

  2. Do you feel like gremlins enter your brain and take it over causing you to spend or make financial decisions you later regret?

  3. Does it feel like, as hard as you try, you end up in the same spot, regardless of how much money you make/have?

  4. Do you know what you need to do to spend less, save more, invest or get organized, but it’s hard to take the first step and follow through?

  5. Is it a struggle to appreciate and spend the money you have? That may mean you can’t use it to bring joy or benefit to yourself or others.

  6. Are there people or circumstances in your life that hold you back from earning more or reaching your goals?

  7. Does the thought of being financially secure or even wealthy have a downside for you?

If the answer is YES to any of these questions, it’s likely that a budget or financial plan and good intentions alone will not lead to success….something else is going on to sabotage your best efforts. This is where professional financial coaching can help. Make a new step today but getting in touch to see where your EQ Financial Coach can help you change and break old patterns of behaviour.

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