Strength-based Money Management: Have you noticed how talking about money is always from the viewpoint of what we’re doing wrong? And, financial advisors seem to focus only on our deficits when giving advice? Yet research proves that people move toward improved behaviors and enhanced skills by focusing on their strengths not weaknesses. Counselors, coaches and teachers all know this-but not money advisors! Tune in to Your Money and Your Life when Jane and her new co-host, psychotherapist Spencer Melnick, discuss the repercussions of this negativity approach as they explore how a strength-based perspective will positively impact not only our attitude but more importantly our behavior with money. Caution: You may find you’re alright with your money!
Do you ever get to January shaking your head saying “What just happened?” Holiday spending traps are all around you and if you’re not conscious it’s easy to fall into them. A recent NY Times article revealed the secrets of how stores manipulate us to spend, spend, spend. Join Your Money and Your Life co-hosts, Jane Honeck and Amy Woods to get the inside scoop and learn how to create the Holiday you want. With a bit of planning you can start the New Year without a financial hangover.
On our last show we talked about the particular ways of thinking and acting that make some women more personally and professionally prosperous than others. Now we’ll find out what gives men an edge on success from David Lee, President of Human Nature at Work. Please join us!
Are their particular ways of thinking and acting that make some women more personally and professionally prosperous than others? Bonnie Marcus, Forbes blogger and president of Women’s Success Coaching, will share what she knows about giving women an edge in business, life and of course money.
Val Walker, award-winning author of “The Art of Comforting”, joins Jane and Amy to offer guidance on how to establish real human connection in even the most difficult and chaotic situations. With clarity, compassion and wisdom, Val will discuss how to comfort ourselves and others beyond just trite encouragement. Join Your Money & Your Life co-hosts Jane Honeck and Amy Wood explore how to offer and find solace during times of financial stress.
The trick to attracting prosperity is to strike a balance between working on your goals and trusting that “Something Greater” is helping you along. Join Your Money & Your Life co-hosts Jane Honeck and Amy Wood and we’ll share our secrets for combining striving toward prosperity with letting it happen. How we think about money drives every aspect of life. Negative money beliefs like “I’ll never have enough” or “I’m bad with money” are the same beliefs contributing to relationship, career, and health problems. Being a whiz with numbers helps, but what really makes people prosperous is the right mindset.
We all have a basic money style we lead with. Sometimes our money approach works well for us but sometimes it gets in our way. Join co-hosts Jane Honeck and Amy while they explore the four basic money styles and how they contribute to our overall financial health. Discover your style and learn how to use it every day to bring financial peace and balance.
All of us have negative money beliefs – I don’t deserve money, I’ll never get out of debt, for example – that we’re trying to turn around so that we can attract better financial circumstances. This show gives you fun and powerful ways to practice your new and improved money beliefs until they stick.