27 Seconds About Financial Hissy Fits

I’ve met with so many different people in my career, all with different goals and resources. It seems those with the best chance of being financially secure are those who can be patient, tolerant and disciplined. Yes, these people do exist!

The most challenging clients are those who refuse to accept responsibility for their financial circumstances, and I’m not talking about those to whom fate, health and/or relationships have been cruel. I’m talking about those who continually play the victim and throw a hissy fit because their financial situation isn’t more favorable. I might add that the hissy fit does nothing to change the situation, and if the person keeps playing the mental recording of “I can’t catch a break,” you know what? They won’t.

What can change this pattern? The epiphany that we all have free will to make decisions that benefit us – or not.

About Amy Jo Lauber

I help people who are overwhelmed take control & make good financial decisions with confidence and experience peace and abundance. Are you ready to say goodbye to working hard but not having anything to show for it? Go to www.lauberfinancialplanning.com "Let's Talk" tab to schedule your complimentary initial consultation and take the first step on the path to financial empowerment.
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1 Response to 27 Seconds About Financial Hissy Fits

  1. Antonio Scarpachi says:

    So true, 2 golden rules I’ve always followed are
    1 – Live below your means.
    2 – Pay yourself first. Invest off the top, not what’s left.

    If people followed these 2 simple things they would be well on their way to financial happiness.

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