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By Hugh Massie

Hugh addresses what i think is crucial point of attaining financial freedom: comprehend Thyself! The monetary making plans neighborhood owes greatly to Hugh for his contributions. --Elizabeth Jetton, CFP, Strategic consultant, Mercer Advisors, Inc., and 2005 Chair of the monetary making plans organization ''A nice lesson in realizing the way you are hard-wired to act and speak in making plans your individual funds is extra very important than the technical and product facets of cash management.'' --Susan Bradley, CFP, founding father of ladies, that means, and funds and bestselling writer of surprising funds ''Financial DNA? nailed either one of us, producing new communique and intriguing insights between our workforce individuals. it truly is aiding us to develop either in my view and professionally. it is greater than an exceptional learn, it is a digital experience!'' --Robert A. Esperti and Renno L. Peterson, authors of various property and wealth-planning books, administrators of 2 Institutes at Michigan kingdom collage, and founders of the nationwide Charitable Initiative ''The strategy Hugh has built really identifies the behavioral concerns that get within the method of useful family members relationships and in a really useful means builds a bridge to guard the wealth and concord of the family.'' --V. Thane Stenner, FCSI, CIM, First vp, T. Stenner Group(TM) nationwide bestselling writer of actual Wealth: a professional consultant for High-Net-Worth participants (and Their Advisors) ''Very robust behavioral perception that may provide the formulation to remodel how you take into consideration development the standard of your existence, beginning with figuring out your self in a brand new way.'' --Nick Kalikajaros, Head of non-public Banking, St. George financial institution, Sydney, Australia

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But only Chris. Her interest seemed to be in recreating John’s childhood, to replace the son she had lost. She was controlling and critical of Jane, only adding to the grieving widow’s burden as she actively favored Chris and ignored Richard. In turn, Jane tried to give Richard the extra love and attention she felt he was missing from Rose. This caused Chris to feel his mother favored Richard. As if she did not have enough to worry about, Jane faced money worries. John had owned an investment property, and that property continued to provide some income to the family after his death, but it wasn’t enough and could not provide for the life that Jane wanted for her and the boys.

His parents had been married for five years, and his father, John, aged 38, worked as a lawyer while his mother, Jane, aged 30, ran John’s office. The couple was well established, busy, and happy. Jane and John looked forward to the birth of their son. Nearly 18 months after Chris’s birth, John became ill. His doctors thought it was a virus and advised him to cut his practice to part-time and take it a little easier. When Chris was not even two years old, John suffered a complete collapse. This time, the diagnosis was devastating— inoperable cancer.

All rights reserved. ) Our Financial DNA is made up of the genetic characteristics we inherit from our parents (our biological DNA) and from the very early stages of learning in our lives. This is our naturally motivated behavior. Beyond natural behavior, our Financial DNA is also made up of the learned behavioral characteristics in our financial decision-making processes, which we sometimes carry as baggage. Our learned behavior comes from how we have processed our environment and life experiences through the drive of our naturally motivated behavior.

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