For others, net worth is a status symbol to pursue above all else. Case in point, the term “millionaire” is just an arbitrary net worth marker at which we decide someone has achieved special social status.
For yet others, discussing net worth is an abhorrent reminder of our society’s wealth obsession - placing money on a pedestal above all else.
It’s no surprise with all these emotions swirling around net worth, that most people don’t think or talk about it in a rational way.
If you resonate with any of these, let’s get you more knowledgeable and comfortable around your net worth!
Perhaps my resistance to learn came from the gender roles I saw at home. Perhaps it was the media I consumed or discussions with friends and peers. Perhaps it was just my personality, skillset, and interests. Likely it was a combination of all three.
I can say one thing for sure. It was a mistake.
But I’ve never paid Audible a dime. And I imagine I never will.
But for others with different situations, financial coaching wouldn’t be a good fit at all. These folks could benefit from a different type of guidance altogether.
Curious whether you could benefit from financial coaching? I’ve outlined three groups, only one of which would most benefit from coaching.
So which group do you fall in? Let’s find out!
Tracking and celebrating our Saveversaries has helped us stay motivated on our path to financial freedom. And it’s super fun! So I’d love to let you in on how it works.
You’re super excited about the raise, until you get home and realize that next year you’ll be in a higher tax bracket.