Virtual/Instructor-led training

Positive Money Mindset

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Financial well-being plays a pivotal role in our overall sense of well-being, affecting various aspects of our daily lives. This workshop is thoughtfully crafted to empower employees with the skills and tools needed to nurture a positive money mindset.

  1. Unveiling Common Limiting Beliefs:
    • Explore common limiting beliefs and attitudes surrounding money.
    • Recognize how these beliefs can impact financial decision-making and overall well-being.
  2. Tools for Building Money Confidence:
    • Equip participants with practical tools and strategies to boost money confidence.
    • Discover methods for managing financial stress and anxiety.
  3. Challenging and Overcoming Limiting Beliefs:
    • Dive into techniques for challenging and overcoming limiting beliefs.
    • Learn how to replace negative money narratives with empowering ones.
  4. Mindfulness Tools for Financial Well-being:
    • Integrate mindfulness practices into the journey towards financial well-being.
    • Cultivate a present and intentional approach to managing finances.
  5. Creating and Testing New Beliefs:
    • Explore the process of creating new, positive beliefs about money.
    • Learn how to test and reinforce these beliefs in financial decisions.
  6. Toolkit for Developing a Constructive Money Attitude:
    • Access a comprehensive toolkit designed to support the journey towards a positive money mindset.
    • Discover valuable resources, including money mindset practices, trackers, templates, and more.

By the end of this workshop, attendees will have a thorough understanding of the principles and practices of developing a positive money mindset and how they can be applied in their daily lives. They will have developed a set of tools and strategies that can support their ongoing financial well-being and help them to make informed financial decisions.

Disclaimer: This financial wellness session is for educational purposes only. The information provided should not be construed as professional, financial, real-estate, tax, or instructional advice.