Podcast: What are your financial values?
A value is defined as “a person’s principles or standards of behavior; one’s judgment of what is important in life.”
Financial values are defined as “what you think or believe about debt, credit, spending, money and investments.”
Do you know the root of your financial values?
A root is defined as “the origin or source of something.”
Let me tell you another true story.
I first learned about my initial root for my financial values because of one of the small plastic toys in a box on the window sill of a drug store I wanted to buy when I was 6 years old.
Wanting to purchase that toy provided a positive root for my own initial financial values. The purchase also planted a seed of interest in me for financial matters.
That seed grew over my lifetime and motivated me to co-author an award-winning and best-selling book, The Plastic Effect: How Urban Legends Influence the Use and Misuse of Credit Cards.
My book is a self-help book helping people understand credit, debt and how credit cards and debit cards actual work. The book won an independent publisher award, named the best new book in the finance/budgeting category and became a best-seller in paper and electronic formats on Amazon.
What are your financial values right now? What is the root of your own financial values?
Determining the root of your financial values and planting seeds to create new financial values will allow you to make a positive impact in your life moving forward.
Out There on the Edge of Everything®…
Stephen Lesavich, PhD
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Certified solution-focused life coach and experienced business coach.