EMO­TIONS

There’s a rea­son you may not be reach­ing your fi­nan­cial goals. Are you sab­o­tag­ing your suc­cess, asks Neesa Mood­ley

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re­spon­si­bly to ex­ter­nal cir­cum­stances.

An as­pi­rant would be some­one like the busi­ness­man with his high-per­for­mance car – some­one who be­lieves you have to look suc­cess­ful to be suc­cess­ful – where sta­tus and life­style are im­por­tant, and they tend to live be­yond their means.

Ureke de­scribes this level of aware­ness as one in which the per­son has an as­pi­ra­tion but lacks the nec­es­sary in­spi­ra­tion to achieve what they de­sire.

An ex­pe­ri­encer is some­one who is at peace with what they have achieved so far, is open and hon­est about talk­ing about their money, has sev­eral in­vest­ments and has ed­u­cated them­selves on per­sonal fi­nance mat­ters. The chal­lenge for this in­di­vid­ual is to move into the mas­ter phase, where they be­come lead­ers and men­tors by shar­ing their ex­pe­ri­ences and leav­ing a legacy.

Through each ques­tion­naire, Ureke pro­vides ways in which to help you break the cy­cle, and al­ter your be­hav­iour and be­lief around money, so that you can move into a higher level of aware­ness.

If you are ready to look deep into your mind and start mak­ing fun­da­men­tal changes re­gard­ing your fi­nan­cial at­ti­tudes and be­hav­iour, City Press has five copies of the book to give away. To win a copy of Man­ag­ing Emo­tions for Fi­nan­cial Free­dom, SMS your name, sur­name, email ad­dress

and the key­word MONEY to 34217. The book can be bought from Ama­zon

or mav­i­sureke.com for R180

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