One of the challenges today is to ensure our money is put to use in the best possible way.  Beside time management it is important to manage our finances.

Just recently the government handed out money so we would spend it to prevent the country from going into recession.  While that may have seemed the best option for some, others have carefully put this money to good use either investing it or putting it towards something that will yeild a return on investment. 

At a training presented by Dr John DeMartini a list was provided that gave some insight and undertanding in money management and how to recognise important aspects within this area of our lives.  Most important was the advice – SAVE 10% of your income first before paying anyone else – then watch for the "J" curve to see how your money really grows!

Perspective: appreciating the importance of money and valuing what it offers humanity;

ingenuity: searching for creative ways and means to serve and make money;

Prudence: making deals, creative financial negotiations, shopping for bargains;

Balance: maintaining fair exchange, reciprocity, non-indebtedness;

Security: saving money, investing;

Development: building self-worth and self-respect;

Savvy: balancing emotions to more effectively and consistenly manage money;

Acumen: managing, budgeting or spending money, energy, and resources wisely;

Growth: building wealth/net worth, amassing a fortune and material possessions;

Taking chances: calculating and taking risks, speculating;

Protection: preserving wealth;

Contribution: philanthropy, charity.

You may contact Maureen who is a DeMartini Method® Facilitator to assist you in this process.  Maureen also provides assistance with Busines Coaching as well as Life Coaching.

For more information on training and presentations provided by Dr John DeMartini go to The New Wave