Our mindset – positive or negative – acts as mental software that determines everything we do: how we act, where we go, when we spend. But just like software, our mindset can be altered, replaced, and reprogrammed to help us overcome financial fears.
Specifically, in regards to money, our mindset plays a central role in influencing the financial planning and management of our resources. One person’s money-mindset might lead to success and security, while another’s could lead to debt or instability.
Where do you think your money mindset is taking you?
To determine how this, start by asking yourself a few questions. Are you more of a spender or saver? Do you avoid money issues or pursue practical solutions? Are you actively making decisions that support your long-term happiness? If your answers bring you more feelings of stress than safety, don’t worry – there’s a fix!
Remember, your mindset is like a software that can be reprogrammed. The key to making these improvements possible is initiating mindful, intentional upgrades to your life.
Michael F. Kay, president of Financial Life Focus assures that:
“By replacing your current ‘software’ for an updated and more sensible set of thoughts, beliefs and actions, your money mindset can bring you to security and peace of mind.”
It takes action to make real change. But maybe a little bit of change isn’t so bad every once in a while.
For more guidance on improving your money mindset, read here.