Money Style

What is your money style?  Are you a liberal or conservative spender?  Do you make thoughtful or spontaneous purchases?  Are you a ‘saver’ or do you live from paycheck to paycheck?  Do have a weekly, monthly or yearly budget?  Is having an abundance of money important to who you are?  Is giving, sharing, or tithing part of your money style?  What changes, if any, would you like to make in your money style?  Your financial reality?

Most of us are some synthesis of all of the above to greater or lesser degrees.  To achieve or maintain financial success it is important to have a clear and focused understanding of your personal money style. 

I invite you to set aside some time to answer the above questions.  Put it on paper or in a computer file.  Include your feelings.  If you are among the fortunate few who have learned sound money principles, do the exercise anyway.  It can help clarify and affirm your money style. 

Get to know intimately your money personality as it is the foundation of your financial success.

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