Your money and your mental health are connected. As a result well-being has a direct impact on how you handle money in your business. Moreover, and in the same breath, worrying about money has a direct impact on your mental health.
So your attitude to money is varied and complex. It is influenced by family upbringing, as well as educational and social factors.
How we handle the numbers in our business affects the direction our business goes.
Four tips to improve your well-being and money mindset
Do you want to improve your money and mental health?
This video will provide four tips that can help you do just that.
You’ll learn how to avoid shiny bauble syndrome, take care of yourself so that you’re better able to handle the stresses of life.
In this video, I’m going to share four tips, four things that you need to remember and think about. Above all this will improve your sense of well being and improve your attitude to money
- First Tip : Your own behaviours and attitudes
- Second Tip: Put yourself in control and deal with that dreaded B word, and that B word is budgeting.
- Third Tip: Avoid shiny bauble syndrome
- Fourth Tip: Your own health and well-being
To sum up preserve your mental health by changing your attitude to money. Your approach to money can affect your mental health. Moreover, when you’re worried about money, your don’t necessarily connect with it and manage it well. Our image this week courtesy of Gordon Johnson
Moreover, my mission is to inform, inspire and educate you to get closer to your numbers. Above all you can make more profit, save tax, save time, improve your well being and your money mindset. What’s not to love about that?
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