Hi, Christy. Here is the theory behind the suggestion. Acknowledging the fact that you have problems with money makes the problem worse. The point is this; you know something. In fact, you know quite a lot about money and financial intelligence but you haven’t given it a breeding space in your mind.

You may think you don’t know anything but try teaching something. One of the most effective ways adults learn is by teaching others. Which brings me back to the write ups. You can start with the smartest financial decision you have ever made. Write about it. It may take some time before you think of one, but there is surely something. Use your natural style to teach on this. And gradually your mind will be encouraged to make progress in this aspect of your life.

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