One of the factors that can often be a problem in personal finances, is the emotions that we have around money. The topic of money is charged in so many ways that it can be difficult to see our situation objectively, and even harder to take the steps to create the financial lives we want. In this webinar, Linda Matthew, owner of MoneyMindful Personal Finance Coaching, will discuss how being mindful of our emotions can help us work with them so that they become partners in our financial well-being instead of problems.
In this discussion, you will learn:
- To identify the emotions that can come up around money
- How to be with your emotions and “keep them company”
- Some things to watch out for and
- How being mindful of your emotions can help you move forward with your finances
About Linda Matthew:
Linda is the owner of MoneyMindful Personal Finance Coaching. She offers individual sessions and classes, both in person and online, to help clients identify where they are financially, decide where they would like to be, and make a plan to get there. Combining a background in engineering and analysis with a decade of training in emotional healing, Linda brings both sides to helping her clients take care of their finances. Analytically, she has a talent for taking the big picture and boiling it down into understandable pieces. Emotionally, she can support clients through the difficult pieces to move towards their financial goals. Linda has B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees from MIT, and more than twenty years of professional experience in numerical and economic analysis. She is an Accredited Financial Counselor (AFC®), and has completed 40 hours of training in Divorce Mediation. On the “personal” side of “personal finance”, she studied individual and group counseling methods from 2006 to 2015 with Doug and Naomi Moseley, teachers, counselors and authors of three books on relationship. Linda was born and raised in the Karoo area of South Africa. She lives in California with her husband and sons, and one female cat.