Money and Stress

Stress can be overwhelming if you do not take charge of your financial health. In many families the teaching of children about financial responsibility and the attitudes and skills needed for the creation of wealth simply do not exist. Survival ‘mentality’ is the generational ‘blue print’ in many families. Children learn about money; abundance; wealth; struggle; survival from what they are taught, modelled and react to as they grow to adulthood. What are you teaching your children today about money? What is their personality and what will their struggles be around money?

To start to change your life and relationship to money; survival or wealth you firstly need to have the intention to take charge of your financial well being. If you are in debt you need to get out of debt! If you are in serious debt you may need help. (One organisationt that will help is CAPS 1300227000) Is your expeniture greater than your income? What steps are you going to take to increase your income and reduce your expenditure? You cannot survive on credit cards and do well financially in life.

The power of intention is the first step; you decide and make a choice to take steps to support yourself and improve your financial situation. You stay positive; stop blaming everyone else; and decide you are going to change a pattern of behaviour and skill that may have been with you for your whole life. You can do it; you do have a choice; it is about commitment; hard work; perserverence; making finances a priority in your life; developing good habits and believing you do deserve to create financial wellbeing.

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