Head In The Sand
Money shame happens no matter how much or how little money you have.
If you are like most people in that boat, you have not looked at your numbers all year and now its tax time whether you like it or not. Since your fear of the IRS is greater than your fear of money you will at some point finally begin the journey of looking at your numbers.
The truth is if we were looking at our numbers on a regular basis then tax time would be a breeze. Unfortunately for most people it just isn’t a comfortable process. As a result, getting into a flow of creating and then connecting with your numbers is something that just never seems to happen.
I am curious though… how is that really working out for you?
What I know to be true is that you are probably overpaying in taxes.
You may also have a sense of chaos with money most of the year.
You aren’t confident that you will have enough money to truly create and sustain the life you want to live.
If any of these statements are resonating with you just know that you are not alone. You see the first step in having a healthy relationship with numbers and money is seeing it as the tool that it truly is. If you are willing, I want to encourage you to notice all the feelings that come up for you when you think about sitting down to work with your numbers and finances and then ask yourself – what if that wasn’t true? What else could I be feeling if I simply recognized money as a tool?
I would love to hear what you come up with! If you are truly ready to take it on give us a call, we are here to help.