What's your Money Story? (Part 2)
(A 4-part series on 20 powerful questions of Money)
Everyone has our own unique story when it comes to money, how we spend money, save money, invest money, even earn money. How some people experience guilt with spending money, how some people have deservability issues when it comes to earning money or receiving money. I wonder what do you believe and what is important to you about money?
One of my clients had an ‘aha’ moment when we were having a conversation, diving deep into the issue using these questions.
Over the course of these 4 days, I aim to provide support to those of you that are looking to explore and understand in depth your own Money Story. I will be asking 5 powerful questions of Money each day.
When answering the questions, remember there are no right or wrong answers to these questions, your answers are your answers and they reflect your underlying values and beliefs. When you drill deep down based on those questions…you’ll get amazing clarity into your relationship with money. And you know, there is power in clarity, you get to know what are the things that really matter and chart your course of action from there. Now, that is precious! ❤️ ❤️
20 powerful questions of Money
6. How do you save money?
Is saving money important to you? What is your thought process around this? What do you notice come up as you’re contemplating this?
7. What are your saving habits?
Have you started any saving regimes? What has worked, what didn’t? How did you handle it? For those that worked, is it still being implemented? For those that didn’t work, what did you do after? Did you manage to pick yourself up? If you had hit a roadblock or sudden large expense, did you manage to pick yourself up and go back on track?
8. For what purpose do you want to save?
What is your intention? What do you want to get out of saving all the money? What end result do you want to achieve? How does that fit into your overall picture or life plan?
9. How do you invest your money?
Is investment important to you? Are you educating yourself on the various investment instruments? What’s your risk profile like? What had worked previously? What didn’t?
10. How do you earn money?
Where is your source of income? Is it one stream or multiple streams of income? Is that your forever job? Do you foresee yourself doing it temporarily or long term till retirement?
To be continued...(Part 3 coming up tomorrow!)