Money

To Build Wealth, You Need To Study Your Values

Taking the time to consider how you really feel about money, is the first step to gaining power over your finances.

By Jessica Sier

Money

Taking the time to consider how you really feel about money, is the first step to gaining power over your finances.

By Jessica Sier

Thanks to the explosion of computer science, we live in a world dominated by data and formulaic models. And we often lump money in with that formulaic world, forgetting it’s only ever a tool that warm-blooded, emotional humans use to achieve and act out their dreams and ambitions.

So in order to develop a powerful relationship with money, it’s worth taking the time to consider how you really feel about it, how you see yourself using it in the future and developing clever emotional habits to help you get there.

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Jessica Sier is a financial journalist who currently heads up the content strategy at Spaceship, an investing startup. Prior to that she was a reporter at the AFR where she discovered that breaking down financial jargon was a public good.

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This report contains general advice. It does not take account of your individual objectives, financial situation or needs. You should consider talking to a financial planner before making a financial decision.

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