What we believe about money impacts whether we are financial stewards or constantly struggling to pay our bills. Our money beliefs are generally established in childhood primarily by the authority figures in our life. These very beliefs drive our behavior with money as adults and for the most part go unexamined.
Often we attach our self-respect, our happiness or our security to the amount of money we make. Although, there have been countless studies that debunk the idea that more money equals greater happiness. We still find ourselves in this idea of, “If I had more money, I’d be happier.” This notion that money can solve the majority of our problems gets us in trouble.
The truth is that when we disassociate money with our happiness, we tend to discover that the happier we are, the more abundant we feel.
Ultimately improving our relationship with money involves a shift in our mindset. Are you ready to make that shift?
Then join us for our Money Relationship discussion night!
Let’s breakthrough those blocks you have around money, and grow your wealth, health, and joy. You deserve it!
This is a free community event, feel free to invite your friends and family. Visit EventBrite.com or call 310-322-1757 to register.
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