How Healthy is Your Relationship to Money?

how healthy is your relationship to money

how healthy is your relationship to money

How Healthy is Your Relationship to Money?

Learning to Love Money is the Key to Creating Financial Independence and Freedom

I believe that we cannot create the freedom, flexibility and financial independence that we crave until we understand our relationship with money. Until I figured this piece out about myself, all the marketing in the world wasn’t getting me the clients I needed to grow my business.

Below is a short quiz that will give you some insight into your relationship with money.

Read each statement and mark it with True or False.

  1. I don’t pay attention to where my money goes every month. I rarely even think about money.
  2. I act as if I have plenty of money, but inside, I’m always worried that I don’t have enough, even to meet my monthly bills.
  3. I don’t deserve a lot of money when others have less than I do.
  4. Things would bet better if I had more money.
  5. It’s extravagant to spend money on myself.
  6. I always have just enough money to live on.
  7. I don’t have any money in savings.
  8. I worry about money constantly.
  9. Money isn’t as important to me as being of service to others.
  10. I don’t know exactly how much money I make each month and how much my expenses are.
  11. The more money I make, the more I spend.
  12. I don’t like to talk about how much money I have or make.
  13. Money would solve most of my problems.
  14. I am tense and my stomach is in knots when I think about my finances.
  15. I feel a little intimidated by people with lots of money.
  16. I dread sitting down and paying my bills every month.
  17. I buy things on credit cards that I know I can’t pay for when the statement comes in.
  18. I get confused when making money decisions.
  19. I prefer for someone else to make all the money decisions.
  20. Spending money on myself makes me feel better.
  21. I wish I didn’t have to think about money or plan for the future.

Now count up your responses to each of the 21 questions. If you answered true to five or more of the questions, it’s time to look more deeply into your beliefs and your family legacy around money issues.

The more you are able to understand and heal your attitudes, limiting beliefs and values around money, the more you will be able to feel in control of your own financial destiny and create financial freedom in your life.

Diving deep into my relationship with money, I learned how some of my core beliefs and family legacy around money were holding me back from creating the success I said that I wanted. Now that I understand my relationship to money, I have learned to appreciate the value of money and the clients are flowing in. I have the flexible lifestyle I have always dreamed of and more time to spend with my husband and kids.

The next step to repairing your relationship with money:

If you’re fed up and you’re ready to end inner conflict and stress around money, then this opportunity is for you:

Take a minute to apply for a free “Money Mastery Breakthrough” Session with Dr. Minette Riordan, award-winning entrepreneur and business expert.

Here’s what you can expect from this session:

  • Troubleshoot the money blind spots that are likely causing an “invisible ceiling” on your income. Surprisingly, this invisible ceiling exists at EVERY income level. Hearing what you need to break free will remove any limits on your financial freedom and inner worth.
  • Learn key areas where you may be giving away your power with money, and identify steps you can take to own your value, with confidence and clarity.
  • Hear how to empower your voice when discussing money in any situation, and calculate the amount this shift could potentially add to your bank account.
  •  Leave the session inspired and clear about how to align your financial success with your personal growth.
  •  The one simple next‐best step you can take immediately.

Just click on the button below to apply now for a complimentary 90-minute “Money Mastery Breakthrough” Session with Dr. Minette Riordan.

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  1. Alexandria Gunn on October 18, 2014 at 12:33 am

    Money is a sore spot for us at the moment. We have a lot more going out than coming in due to one-off expenses that we can’t get away with not paying–and they’re not luxuries either. We recently moved, so we’re waiting for the deposit back from our old property which will cover some of the gap and the rest will be covered from next month when my husband changes jobs and starts making more money and my new job officially starts.

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