Financial therapist, coach, and “mommypreneur” Bari Tessler Linden believes in the power of trust, especially as it relates to your monetary journey. Consulting the Merriam Webster Dictionary, the author says, “Trust is confidence. It’s hope. The expectation that things will be okay, and right.” She suggests that trust is important in our relationship to money because of the ups and downs inherent in money, and offers ways to cultivate trust during the down times. Linden says to welcome the uncertainty, tap into your “special self-care recipe” to help you relax, and make room for clarity, while being open to needed new skill sets.
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Carrie Rattle is a Principal at BehavioralCents.com, a website for women focused on mind and money behaviors. She has worked in the financial services industry for 20+ years and hopes to inspire women to better prepare themselves for financial independence.