Finding Your Financial Confidence
Oct 26, 2019
According to the American Association or Long-term Care, chances are great that sometime during your lifetime your circumstances will change and you will be required to skillfully manage your money. Notice the word “skillfully”. This is an especially important topic for women, according to Pam Prine of Keystone Capital Management Group*, because a woman’s #1 fear is of becoming a bag lady.
Pam recently joined me on The Successful Soulopreneur Radio Show sponsored by Starshine Communities and shared the steps that she believes we all need to take to start to gain financial confidence. The first step is to ask yourself these four questions:
- What did your parents do for a living and how was their money handled?
- What habits did you acquire because of your upbringing?
- What’s your first recollection of money issues?
- How does that affect your life today?
Once you get a better understanding of how you relate to money, then you can move towards becoming a financially confident woman. If you would like to hear Pam’s story, click here to listen in to this week’s podcast.
Securities offered through J.W. Cole Financial, Inc. Member FINRA/SIPC. Advisory services through J. W. Cole Advisors, Inc. (“JWCA”). Keystone Capital Management Group, LLC and JWC/JWCA are unaffiliated entities.