How to have a better relationship with money
Financial confidant Jackie Porter breaks down the following key steps to having a better relationship with your money:
My name is Jackie Porter. I'm a financial confidant. How would you say someone can start to have a better relationship with money. I think a big part of that is being willing to be vulnerable. Being vulnerable is crucial. And like I said, that's one of the reasons I share my money story. Why I share my own vulnerabilities around finances. I think you have to be prepared to admit what you don't know. And Oh not be OK with it, right.
And then start to think, OK, this is what I don't know. Where can I get help. Am I prepared to search out information you know. Do I need to get professional involved and build a team as well. Like I'm not an expert on taxes. So I have people who I rely on for tax advice. I also have those people as a part of my practice to lean on. My clients have access to advice because I certainly don't know everything there is to know.
It just first and foremost figure out what your weaknesses are. Admit them to yourself, first and foremost. So and talk about it. Say hey, this is an area. Ask for referrals if you need a professional to help you in that area. I like your mask. It can be fashionable. I believe that.
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