Ways to Improve Your Relationship With Money

Join our #CreditChat on Periscope every day at 3p.m. ET.  Each Wednesday our #CreditChat will go more in-depth about the featured topic of the week, and you can tune into the conversation on YouTube Live, Twitter, and Snapchat. This week, we discussed the many ways we are connected to money and how we can improve our experience with it.

The panel included: Dr. Brad Klontz, Psy.D., CFP® is the co-founder of Your Mental Wealth™ and the Financial Psychology Institute, and a Partner of Occidental Asset Management, LLC; Jackson Wise: Digital Content Specialist at Kasasa.   Shannon McNay: Writer for Student Loan HeroRod Griffin: Director of Public Education at Experian and Mike Delgado: Director of Social Media at Experian.

We’re also featuring financial tips all week on Snapchat.

Questions We Discussed:

  • Q1: What does it mean to have a relationship with money?
  • Q2: How does your sense of self-worth affect your relationship with money?
  • Q3: How does your relationship with money affect your overall health?
  • Q4: What are warning signs of a bad relationship with money?
  • Q5: What are some financial mindsets that negatively affect our financial health?
  • Q6: What positive mindsets can we adopt to improve our financial health?
  • Q7: What are some proactive steps we can take to improve our relationship with money?
  • Q8: How can we track our progress and how often should we do this?
  • Q9: At what point should we seek help with our relationship with money?
  • Q10: Any final tips for someone trying to improve their relationship with money?

View the Complete Chat on Storify:


Discover Your Unconscious Money Beliefs and How They Impact Your Net Worth

Money Beliefs and Financial Behaviors: Development of the Klonz Money Script Inventory

Learn more about Dr. Brad Klontz

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