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