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Money Beliefs and Behaviors

Money. The thing most people spend most of their life trading time for and the thing no one really likes to talk about. Here are some questions to get to know your money mental blueprint. #mentalhealth #moneyhabits #psychologist #entrepreneurmindset #millionairemind


 

Our beliefs about money influence our money habits aka behavior. You may or may not be fully aware how much our culture, previous experiences, parental household, and thoughts about wealth actually influence how much money we make and keep.


Want to find out what money beliefs you have? Answer the following questions: (from TherapistAid.com)

-- You can look up more questions on the Money Beliefs & Behaviors worksheet.

money in a jar

QUESTIONS:

  1. Growing up, money was...

  2. When I have spare money, I tend to...

  3. I prefer to spend money on...

  4. When making a major purchase, I am...

  5. My spending habits are...

  6. In relationships, I prefer finances to be...

  7. Most of my purchases are...

  8. When making financial decisions I am...

  9. When I think of my financial future I am...

  10. I believe I will be financially successful...

  11. When I think about my financial future, I am...

  12. When it comes to financial planning, I prefer to...

 

The book Secrets of the Millionaire Mind: Mastering the Inner Game of Wealth by T. Harv Eker is an excellent read for those of you that want to identify and change your money blueprint aka subconscious programming about money. This book was a game changer for me! Have you ever had thoughts like, "Rich people are greedy"; scarcity mindset ("I have to save, I can't spend my money") or "I might become a bad person if I make more money" or even "I wouldn't know what to do with that much money"? WOW! No wonder we aren't getting to our financial goals with that mindset! If you are not doing as well financially as you would like, you will have to change your money blueprint and at the very least analyze your beliefs about money and associated behaviors. Don't sell yourself short!


Talk to a therapist that specializes in financial health, coach, financial planner, or mentor to help you get to where you want to go! Onward and upward!


-Dr. Gaby


 

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