Could Your Hidden Beliefs or Feelings Be Holding You Back from Greater Financial, Relationship, Career or Life Success?
If so, Psychology of Money can make an important difference for you.
The American Psychological Association’s annual surveys reveal that since 2008 money has been the number one stressor for Americans…
But it doesn’t have to be that way for you or your family.
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What is Psychology of Money?
The psychology of money is how our beliefs, expectations, and feelings influence our financial behavior, success, and disappointment. This means that financial success is an “inside job” and is more determined by what’s between our ears and inside our hearts than what’s on the outside.
The psychology of money helps us to become more aware of our money scripts, how we may be sabotaging ourselves and how we can re-write those scripts to create more success. Although Psychology of Money emphasizes money, the same mindset that creates financial success also creates success in relationships, career, health, lifestyle, etc.
Watch Dr. Gottfurcht’s CNN interview on Anderson Cooper to discover more:
In areas of recurring stress, we all have a tendency to repeat or rebel against the way we were raised. Since money has so many powerful symbolic meanings such as security, freedom, power, ego, control, acceptance/rejection, etc., our early upbringing often creates strong emotions and irrational behavior. That’s why, despite the size of our portfolio, nest egg, or income, almost everyone has psychological challenges with money.
Lasting success and fulfillment depend upon what Dr. Gottfurcht describes as developing a Prosperity Thinking and abundant state of mind while reducing Poverty Thinking and scarcity.
Dr. James W. Gottfurcht spoke to members of the L A Chapter of California Assoc. of Marriage and Family Therapists about psychology of money and helped over 100 of us learn about6 psychological money traps that interfere with rational financial behavior. He also showed what they could do to help clients to successfully navigate them.
MFT - L A Chapter of California Assoc. of Marriage and Family Therapists
Dr. James Gottfurcht is a superb teacher of empathy. I have been fortunate to have taken some of his courses, and my life has been enriched. If this were Amazon.com or Trip Advisor, I would give Dr. Gottfurcht's courses five stars.
Sheldon Wolf, M.D.,
Los Angeles, CA