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Relationship with Money Series (Week One)

September 06, 2016
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Welcome back to our Secure Planning Strategies blog.  We are so excited to be presenting this week’s blog in which we are going to be focusing on your relationship with money.  There is a lot of information that we want to share with you, so we have created a short series of weekly blogs posts that will help you create and maintain the money relationship you deserve.  Alright, let’s get started.      

Let’s be honest.  We all LOVE money.  We all can acknowledge that the energy that is created around money is very powerful.  Money plays a big part in our everyday lives and the specific individuals that we are, as of today.  We really don’t think about the relationship we have with money and the energy surrounding it, but it doesn’t mean that we all do not have a perception in a money relationship. 

Let’s take a further look at this.  When we, at Secure Planning Strategies, meet our clients for the first time, we intentionally explore a client’s viewpoint on the existing individual relationship with money.  More so than not, a client will tell us that it often feel like the financial situation, or “relationship” originates from a financial point of lack, meaning that the client feels as though he/she is living in a financial shortage.  It doesn’t matter how money is being make, or the total amount of financial reserves in the bank account, the “perception” of money is that there is just NEVER enough.  The problem is that it is only a “perception” and that same perception affects the very basic financial relationship one has with money.  Now, you are not being told that you can just think your way into a six figure bank account but there are things you CAN think about that will help you get yourself into a better financial position.       

Our goal at Secure Planning Strategies is to help our clients change current negative relationships with money into a fulfilling perception of abundance.  We can help your resolve your financially struggling perceptions as perceptions have the ability to change.  It is never too late to move your relationship in a different direction.  If you don’t want to wait for the next week’s blog article and you want to get started today, please give us a call at: (248) 827-2580 or e-mail us at: info@spsfinancial.com.

In or next blog, we will be discussing money perception in greater detail so we look forward to seeing you back on the website.  Don’t forget to like us on Facebook to receive our latest financial updates at: https://www.facebook.com/SecurePlanningStrategies.