Understanding your relationship with money
Updated on Sep, 2023
Language - English
Do you know that your relationship with money plays a critical role in whether you achieve long-lasting financial wellness?
In fact, we need to consider two aspects of money which both play a role in our financial success. We must acquire the (IQ) technical skills required to manage money well (something we aren't really taught at schools or universities). Neither are the majority of parents themselves unable to teach money skills in an empowering and positive manner and may be unintentionally passing on their preconditioned ideas about money to their children.
The second aspect we need to consider is our (EQ) emotional relationship with money which involves our thoughts, beliefs, and behavior with money. This is generally passed onto us by our parents, role models, and other influential sources in our life.
We need to apply both technical skills and improve our relationship with money if we wish to create wealth, and achieve and maintain financial success.
This course is packed with years of research and exercises that have helped the author herself move from a scarcity mindset to one of abundance.
What will you learn in this course:
- Finding your financial WHY.
- Identifying your financial gaps.
- Creating a financial wellness action plan.
- Identifying your money thoughts and beliefs.
- Overcoming negative money beliefs.
- Your wealth mindset.
What are the prerequisites for this course?
- Desire to improve your relationship with money.
- Willingness to complete the exercises.
- Commitment to implementing learnings.
Check out the detailed breakdown of what’s inside the course
- Jean Archary - Introduction 09:01 09:01
Finding your financial WHY
Creating your financial wellness action plan
Thoughts and beliefs
Overcoming self-limiting beliefs
Your wealth mindset
Jean ArcharyShifting the way people think, feel and behave with money.
I was raised in a single-parent home with three siblings and this forced me to learn many money lessons early on in life. Being financially independent was the driving force in my life and ensuring my own daughter was raised accordingly was critical. Even with an extensive background in financial planning, I found it challenging to explain financial concepts to her and wondered if other parents were struggling too. I searched for age-appropriate books that taught kids about money and unfortunately were unable to find any. I realised that this was an opportunity for me to create awareness of healthy money habits being formed at an early age.
My soul’s purpose is to empower as many children, teens, and adults to manage money better so that they can achieve financial wellness. Financial education is a huge problem not only in South Africa but globally too. This important life skill is required for adulthood, yet not much attention is given to this topic within the school system. Many parents are also not equipped to have money conversations with their children in a positive manner. I honestly believe that with the proper knowledge, tools, and skills many financial mistakes can be avoided.
My credentials: I am a Certified Financial Planner®. I have a Bachelor of Arts Degree (Psych & Comm) and a Postgrad in Advanced Tax. I am also an accredited workplace life coach and a Member of the Financial Planning Institute (South Africa). I am an author of Mrs Spiggles and her money tales, a series of stories that teach children about money, a speaker, financial wellness coach, and a business owner of a financial education and wellness program.
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