What I share here is what Really Matters to me. If these things are important to me, they may be important to you too. What Really Matters is information that you can use in everyday life. This week what really matters is Are you Emotional About Money?
I used to be emotional about money! Money is important. Money allows me to pay bills, and function in this world. However, money does not have to be emotional. People attach emotion to money. On its own, money has no emotion. The feeling we attach to money can be
messy. Everything that is important in our lives is emotional. Our relationship are emotional, work is emotional and so it makes sense that money can be emotional.
You can change your relationship with money. Taking the time to things things through might just change your life. When thinking about money, think of money as a person. I know this sounds a bit weird, but hear me out.
Is money your best friend or your enemy? Does money make you feel safe and secure inside? Does Money put you on the edge every time you get money in your hands? These things might help!
Set Micro Goals:
#1) Decide what is the money process you want to adapt. I am not here to tell you what you should or should not do with your money. You are the expert on your own money. I am going to offer a few questions to get you started. Does looking at your bank account weekly feel like a healthy habit? Keep telling yourself that you are confident enough to understand money.
#2) Create a roadmap to implement changes. Reverse engineer your way from where you are to where you want to be with money. Create small manageable steps to get there! Practice a cadence that works for you with money. It can be daily, weekly or monthly!
Though the world may be unpredictable, one thing remains certain–what really matters to you is what really matters to you. The universe will give you more when you value what you have! Chow for now!