The Problem with Money? It’s Not About the Money!
When it comes to money, You can’t really fix the “what” until you know the “why”
There are loads of books presenting “keys” for how to manage money. As a result, there are many people who know exactly what to do to gain control of their finances. Yet there are very few who actually do what’s necessary to reach their stated financial objectives. Now you no longer have to be victim to living the same money problems over and over again.
Discovering a pattern of financial sabotage
CPA Jane Honeck wondered why her clients weren’t following the logical, even simple, steps that would lead to financial balance; things like saving, avoiding excess credit card debt, budgeting and the like. It wasn’t until her own life circumstances took her into a process of self-exploration that she discovered we all hold unconscious beliefs about money that strongly influence how we handle our finances. Viewing ourselves as incompetent money managers, thinking it’s not okay to spend money on ourselves, along with a myriad of other ideas in between hold us hostage to a dysfunctional life with money.
Building on that realization, she developed a method of assisting people in uncovering these hidden beliefs, neutralizing those that erode their efforts to control their spending and saving habits, and re-framing others so they become supports instead of sabotages in their financial life.
Steps toward gaining financial control evolve into a book
Jane’s unique approach, refined over years of working with clients one-on-one and in group classes, is clearly presented in The Problem with Money? It’s Not About the Money! It begins with identifying money beliefs in seven key areas and exploring how they influence behavior in seven facets of our lives. Then it provides tools and techniques for gaining power over these beliefs so a change of financial behavior naturally emerges. Bringing the process full circle, it provides methods for identifying small, doable action steps that produce the profoundly positive benefits of being financially conscious.
The integration of practical techniques for getting to the root of the problem, with an intimate understanding of personal and business finance make The Problem with Money? It’s Not About the Money! especially valuable for anyone wanting to uncover their unconscious money choices and gain control of their financial life.