What if your WealthConfidence has less to do with the amount of money you have and more to do with your mindset?

There are eight different mindsets that contribute to an improved WealthConfidence.

It is sometimes just easier to try and do everything yourself. If you fail, no one else is to blame. You don’t have to rely on anybody else and you can trust that you will eventually succeed by trial and error. But, this can cost a lot of time and money. You may also miss out on a valuable collaboration of ideas and solutions from many different angles. Most businesses have groups of advisors to help them run efficiently.

In many cases, there are also managers to keep the ideas and advice collected and sorted. Advice and ideas can conflict with goals and objectives of different departments and the company as a whole, so each department’s goals and objectives must work together toward a shared vision. Managers keep everything in balance and working together

This concept is also true in your personal financial wealth. The well-meaning advice from your lawyer, banker, accountant, insurance agent or realtor can often conflict. What is needed is a personal financial advocate, a private WealthCoach, to help you prioritize and implement the actions you must take to create the financial life you dream of. As a result, you experience the orderly control of all the important details of your financial life, and your decisions support and reinforce each other.

What is your WealthConfidence?

Visit www.yourwealthconfidencescorecard.com to identify your personal mindset, and what that means to your wealth and your WealthConfidence.