– Panic and worry but do nothing
– Bury your head in the sand and pretend everything is OK
– Let someone else manage your finances
– Have a champagne taste but a beer budget
– Have completely no idea how your money seems to just disappear
– Invest in something because you have been promised huge returns
– Live for today
– No money goals that motivate you
– Believe someone else will save you, or somehow it will sort itself out
– Keep giving money to your children just to keep them happy
– Live in a home you can’t afford
– Help others out financially and in excess of your means
Be bold and great!
With gratitude – Learn, Live, Flourish
This was originally published in OpenTheDoor’s newsletter, E-Inspiration. You can sign up to receive it here.
Sue Kohn-Taylor is Co-Founder and Personal Development Coach of Open The Door Wellbeing, a wellbeing app that provides the knowledge you need, when you need it, anywhere, anytime. Simple programmes, where you set the course for discovery at your own pace.