'I'll always be broke' – Here’s how to overcome limiting beliefs you may have about money

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Running out of petrol in traffic, having to swipe the credit card for groceries and always having more month than money is a reality for many. An expert unpacks the psychology of money usage.
Running out of petrol in traffic, having to swipe the credit card for groceries and always having more month than money is a reality for many. An expert unpacks the psychology of money usage.
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Some people seem to have too much of it, while others seem to never have enough. Our relationship with money stems from our upbringing and how we have seen those around us behave when they have it.

Stories of people inheriting or winning a huge amount of money, then blowing it in a matter of months are all too familiar.

And even though some may judge these people for their poor choices when it comes to money, not everyone is lucky enough to have learnt financial literacy from a young age. For instance, talking about money in some households is still taboo, even though financial experts over the years have stressed the importance of discussing money in relationships and in families.

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