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How to break bad money habits

For most of us, our financial habits were picked up early on in life, from watching and learning from our parents, and from observing the environment around us.. Many of these habits form without us even knowing it, and so often the bad money habits we have are entirely default behavior patterns that we have as adults.

Understanding behaviour and money

The psychology of money has been a point of obsession for me for over two decades, and in the process I have learnt some pretty fascinating things about how we as people behave when it comes to money..

The first lesson is that people's behavior is not always aligned with their intent, a classic example of this is that most people don't want to be in debt, but in reality they are.

Your input equals your output

When it comes to money we are largely a product of our environment. What we read, what we consume, and who we come into contact with has a very big impact on how we view and interact with money.

Here are the tips you need:

Your emotions and money

Your emotions are a big part of your financial life, and largely responsible for nearly every financial decision you make, so over the next couple of days, we are going to be focusing on the softer side of money and helping you make sense of why you do what you do, when it comes to money.

How to plan for your retirement

These are the tips you need for planning your retirement

Here's self-made entrepreneur, podcast host & TikTok sensation Justin Harrison with his latest money-saving tip.

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