What Is Your First Memory of Money?

What Is Your First Memory of Money?

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In my experience, there are very few absolute truths so it is wise to open anything to a conversation and a debate. Also many things we consider absolute truths are based on the lenses we wear due to our upbringing, our beliefs, our culture, our education, and many other factors. These factors affect how you relate to money, therefore, affect the outcomes you have with your money. This week’s question is What is your first memory of money? Some of us will have to go back further than others but please take some time and think back to the very first time, you realized that there was something called money. Was this a negative experience or a positive one? It is also important to see that most experiences are not entirely negative nor entirely positive. Too much of anything is usually bad for you. I love chocolate but having too much chocolate made me sick quite a few times in my childhood. I asked our listeners this question and here are some voice notes or videos from them. Feel free to also text or send videos to our different social media platforms. Another side of the coin is the segment where we analyze the topic of the day. We seek to look at it from different angles and see if there may be something we missing in our blind spots. there is no right or wrong, just different perspectives. I also have blind spots so feel free to share your different views. Remember the question for this week is Your First Memory of Money: Clarifying positive or negative aspect of the first memory. It is possible to change our view of our first memory by seeing it from a different perspective? Most people behaviors towards money reflect their first few memories of money. In my workshop, I ask attendees to share what they would have liked their first memory of money to have been, after that we do an exercise we were imprint that as their new memory of money. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/smemasterclass/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/smemasterclass/support
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In my experience, there are very few absolute truths so it is wise to open anything to a conversation and a debate. Also many things we consider absolute truths are based on the lenses we wear due to our upbringing, our beliefs, our culture, our education, and many other factors. These factors affect how you relate to money, therefore, affect the outcomes you have with your money. This week’s question is What is your first memory of money? Some of us will have to go back further than others but please take some time and think back to the very first time, you realized that there was something called money. Was this a negative experience or a positive one? It is also important to see that most experiences are not entirely negative nor entirely positive. Too much of anything is usually bad for you. I love chocolate but having too much chocolate made me sick quite a few times in my childhood. I asked our listeners this question and here are some voice notes or videos from them. Feel free to also text or send videos to our different social media platforms. Another side of the coin is the segment where we analyze the topic of the day. We seek to look at it from different angles and see if there may be something we missing in our blind spots. there is no right or wrong, just different perspectives. I also have blind spots so feel free to share your different views. Remember the question for this week is Your First Memory of Money: Clarifying positive or negative aspect of the first memory. It is possible to change our view of our first memory by seeing it from a different perspective? Most people behaviors towards money reflect their first few memories of money. In my workshop, I ask attendees to share what they would have liked their first memory of money to have been, after that we do an exercise we were imprint that as their new memory of money. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/smemasterclass/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/smemasterclass/support
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