We all have a success identity that starts forming during our upbringing. This identity will stay the same throughout our lives or will change depending upon our financial desires and experiences. Many people feel concerned and experience anxiety due to Corona pandemic. This is not surprising. It touches upon our own survival instincts in the face of uncertainty.
Our money personality is a blueprint for the role of money and success in our lives. It characterizes how we view money, how we go about acquiring it, holding on to it and disposing of it, as well as the impact that it has on the quality of our personal relationships.
When it comes to being successful, everyone has unconscious internal obstacles. These obstacles fall into four categories: Practical, Emotional, Mental and Spiritual. Many people feel concerned and experience anxiety due to Corona pandemic. This is not surprising. It touches upon our own survival instincts in the face of uncertainty.
Our relationship with money starts in our childhood. Our parents and others cause us to form unconscious beliefs, “money narratives”, as we grow up. These stay in our unconscious and drive our success later. Many people feel concerned and experience anxiety due to Corona pandemic. This is not surprising. It touches upon our own survival instincts in the face of uncertainty.
After decades of consulting some of the most successful people, I can say that there are three common reasons why people achieve success...
Having a healthy relationship with money allows us to be truly free in our giving, whether it is through charity or any other form, and thus become philanthropists in a way that purely represents our love of mankind. Though many of us use the words charity and philanthropy interchangeably, their meanings are very different. [...]
We all have a relationship with money whether we know it or not. This relationship determines how we think, speak and act about money. It also impacts relationships. We have all witnessed how relationships can be stressed and hurt when financial affairs are perceived by one side or the other to be unfair; how communication [...]
Client: “My husband and I both come from families of wealth and are lucky not having to had to work beyond managing the incomes our parents had created for us. In the five years we’ve been married we’ve traveled extensively, done philanthropic work – just this year, started a family. But there’s a threat to [...]
During my work I have observed that many successful and intelligent people and families who have almost everything money can buy, share that they experience challenges relating to their wealth, success or statues beyond investments, succession, governance structure or wealth preservation. At times they even experience a sense of “amiss”, “emptiness” or inner dissatisfaction, but [...]
A person who has existing inner feelings of helplessness, worthlessness, weakness, lack of confidence, or other difficult emotions, will exercise emotional or physical control over their spouse (usually subconsciously), in order to force things to go their way and according to their will. It is done to regain a sense of security and strength. When [...]