Money beliefs are ideas, thoughts, or opinions that impact your money behaviour.
A money belief can either be protective or liberating.
Money beliefs are common to all of us – we all have money beliefs – and one person’s beliefs can be vastly different from another’s.
When you observe a money belief, and choose to change it, you replace it with a new one. Therefore, we always have money beliefs.
Most people believe money beliefs are formed as a result of experience.
Your beliefs may have been influenced by your parents, peers, schooling and the media.
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