Four Financial F-Words

Today I want to talk about four Financial F-Words:

Finances  Forward   Foundations   Forgiveness 

If you’re short on time, I get that.

Feel free to go straight to the recording I made for you.

If you have a few extra minutes, I’m inviting you into a conversation.

About money lineage and money history.

And how the habits, practices and money messages that we inherited – consciously or unconsciously – from our parents, our family of origin, our friends and our community impact the way we handle our financial affairs.

Sometimes our inheritance enables us to build strong financial foundations, as in “Save for a Rainy Day.”

Other times, however, the money behaviors and practices that we witnessed and adopted for ourselves are not serving us very well.

And we need to let them go.

 

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And to forgive those people in our past, including ourselves, who were probably doing the best they could at the time with the tools they had available.

Because forgiveness can really facilitate moving financially forward.

And it helps you build strong financial foundations.

In this video I go into more depth and detail.

And I share with you some excellent forgiveness tools.

I hope you’ll tune in.

Click here to watch.

 

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