Your money habits are cemented at age 7.
Before you even apply for your first job or even flesh out who you want to be when you grow up, you’ve already carved a neuro pathway for the way you will naturally handle money for the rest of your life.
The good news is, neuro pathways are like rivers or grand canyons, they can be carved anew. With a little self-awareness and dedication to mindset shifts, your learned money habits do not have to stay the same or control your life.
In this week’s episode of Money Mondays, I’m guiding you through a powerful money journaling prompt to help you discover where your money story began and how to shift your mindset and build new narratives.
Changing your mindset around money can help you identify the ways you may be unintentionally self-sabotaging your goals, free you from a shame mindset, and help you build the financial future of your dreams.
We want to hear your first money memory! Screenshot this episode, share your first money memory on Instagram, and tag us (@herfirst100k)!
Not sure where you are in your money journey? We’ve got a great quiz for you to help you figure out where you’re starting from, and the steps you need to take to grow.
1:15 – The age you cement your money habits, and how it relates to your parent’s relationship with it
2:23 – The money journal practice that will change the way you view your finances
11:05 – Finding the balance and taking control of your relationship with money
14:02 – The visualization exercise you need to bring your money goals into reality
16:20 – Getting to the root of your money bias