How we think about our money dictates so many of our responses to it - and most of them are subconscious and invisible.

Now, this is not some pretend self-help article about 'positive thinking with positively no actual doing,' where you're told to sit and think yourself rich.

If that worked, the tax department wouldn't need to get people to pay their taxes; you could just 'think about' it for them instead.

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8 Things couples can do to talk about money better

Practical ideas for happier conversations between savers and spenders.

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How do you feel about having money?

It's not something many people stop and consider—but there’s definitely patterns connected with personal poverty and financial chaos.

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Are you still living up to your parent's expectations towards your own money?

Below are four questions we ask our clients to help them consider could their adult relationship with money today, be unconsciously influenced by their parent's money attitudes from childhood?

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We all like to think we have more control over our decisions in life than perhaps we really do.

And this is particularly common when it comes to our personal money matters.

It's nothing new - our beliefs usually dictate how we react to life events; but what if you've forgotten what you believe and are living and deciding on autopilot?

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Both successful people and unsuccessful people have very different patterns of thinking about money.

Not surprising I hear you say, but where do these money attitudes come from? Is it about finding new ideas or more about losing the old ones?

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