Wealth is an inside job!
If your life is one financial challenge after another, financial therapy might be just what the doctor ordered. Over 75% of Americans list money as their primary source of stress.
Now, where there is a problem there is a solution.
Financial therapy is a growing field and focuses on the emotional and psychological roots of financial behaviors that create financial stress.
For example, if you grew up in poor surroundings you might now hoard money and be overly frugal.
Overspending can also be caused by stress or anxiety. If you’re not following through on the actions that you know would increase your financial stability, your beliefs are likely to blame. Oh Procrastination, this is a biggie! Have you experienced procrastination once or twice in your life? And how is that working for your business and you building your empire?
Maybe not so well do I dare to answer for you!
The good news is, you can take charge of the situation. You can be in control!
By addressing the beliefs, thoughts, and habits related to your financial life, it’s possible to bring about real changes.
Beliefs that inhibit financial results can come from many sources:
- Erroneous personal observation
- Childhood trauma related to family finances
- Personal experience throughout life
The source of the ineffective belief doesn’t matter so much at the beginning of your journey.
What is important is recognizing and addressing harmful money beliefs which are very important to your financial progress. Beliefs create and limit your reality.
It might only be a few faulty habits that are holding you back from the financial security that you desire.
“Realizing that our actions, feelings and behavior are the result of our own images and beliefs gives us the level that psychology has always needed for changing personality.”
– Maxwell Maltz