Financial You – Part 1
The Maven’s Keys to Financial Contentment is my idea that true financial contentment can be found when an overlap of money and beliefs occur. Many people ask the question of how to be “financially content” and this is a discussion to uncover those answers.
What makes up financial you? Is it your money? How do you feel about it? Are you happy? Are you content? If you are or aren’t content do you know what is making you feel that way?
ASSESS, ADDRESS, ADJUST, ACHIEVE
In assessing, you have to start with a real honest picture of just where you are versus where you want to be. Any good assessment will identify gaps or holes that will prevent you from getting to where you want to be. No matter what you use you have to get REAL about where you are.
- What are the things holding you back? Is it bad spending habits? Overwhelming debt? Or is it more mental in nature–in that you have mental framing that causes you to view money as good or bad?
- Money is neither good or bad, it is just a means to achieve a purpose. However, how you view something whether good or bad, will ultimately determine how you use that very thing.
- In your assessment and identification of any gaps that are impeding your progress to becoming truly financially content, think about the causes of the way you think about things–money and finances in particular.
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