Excerpted from my new book Financial Stewardship: A Guide to Personal Financial Health and Wellness©, July 2014
‘Making conscious choices in our lives is the basis of honoring our intentions and callings. And the area of financial stewardship is an integral part of that process. It’s just as important to consider these decisions and choices as it is to review your physical health or relationships because finances influence many of our thoughts and communications, whether consciously or otherwise. Having a healthy dialogue about money choices can reflect positively on our personal relationships, our work alternatives, meeting future goals, our personal power and impact, how we can help change future community conversations about financial issues, and much more.
How do I give choices about financial matters a lower priority in my life – and why and when?
What other areas of my life are affected by my choices (or lack thereof) regarding money?
What benefits could I have by taking a more active role in the financial stewardship of my life?’