Are you struggling to manage your money?

Why is that?

Do you tend to do things the hard way? I know many people who do!

If so, why are you so determined to make everything so hard?

Is it ego…. “I can overcome anything”?

Is it image…. “I look really good for my determination”?

Is it laziness…. your secret shame?

Is it that you are in crisis mode…. suffering from inertia?

Is it people saying “I don’t know how you do it, juggling x, y and z”?

What’s the payoff?

There must be a pay off, otherwise why would you do it….

  • Your need to be right about something
  • Or control issues – of others or to avoid being controlled yourself
  • OR rising from or above something. Think rising from the ashes OR going down in a blaze of glory!

So if you are struggling with money (or life generally), feeling like things are hard. You know you’re taking the long way around with everything, or you’re making money and life more difficult than it needs to be. It’s time to ask yourself “is it really worth the angst and suffering?”

What actions can you take?

Your finances underpin your lifestyle, health, general wellbeing and your future. There are no quick fixes, but you can start by acknowledging the underlying issues. To get started, have a read of my blog:

Do you have a serious mindset issue?

And you may then like to read through some tips in my other blogs:

Foundations of financial wellbeing and What to do if you’ve survived a crisis.

Having control of your finances is so important. But not “at any cost” to yourself and those around you. Controlling others through your behaviour is unhealthy. It’s time to reflect and set some goals for yourself.  Reset your mind and actions. Doing so, is powerful and, can be transformational for you and your life – beautiful things start to happen.

So if you have owned any of the above behaviours and are ready to make some changes we’d be happy to book you in for a free 20 minute discovery phone call. Call us on 0403 026 800 for an obligation free chat.

 

This represents general information only. Before making any financial or investment decisions, we recommend you consult a financial planner to take into account your personal investment objectives, financial situation and individual needs.

 

 

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