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Thinking of money in a different context completely shifts my self-defeating habits into something more productive. Your list of 14 is perfect for that! Thanks for the insights and best of luck with your book release in August!
#1 Katie Snapp (Link) on 2009-07-30 09:07 (Reply)
These 14 steps are fantastic and I will share them with all my MomEmpowerment moms to get a hold on spending! Spending for moms has so many levels: searching for comfort, acknowledgement, rewards and even proof of an identity before becoming a mom. I would like to know more about Step 5 - Leave your empotions at home. I think that is a tough one and would like to hear more about this step! Good luck for your book and thanks for all your help!
#2 Michelle Teyke (Link) on 2009-08-18 12:32 (Reply)
Very interesting. If you haven't already, read: Paradox of Choice by Barry Schwartz.
#3 Matt on 2009-11-15 07:41 (Reply)
I took one of David's courses a couple of years ago and he is such an incredible teacher. Thank you again David for presenting such down- to- earth, well-researched and valuable information. You are one of the true voices out there that are genuinely interested in promoting our global health and well-being...providing us with fresh, unique material that advances our capacity to make wise & informed choices. Thank you for choosing to share this knowledge in an authentic heart-felt way that does NOT rely on exploiting our neuro-chemisty in the process!! Wishing you much continued success in your work...:-)
#4 Angela on 2009-11-15 12:04 (Reply)
Every time I spend money, I am reminded of the best lesson I ever got about spending: "If you want to save money, Don't Go Shopping!" Thanks for 14 more ideas to help. I can use them to stop 'investing' in my business :-)
#5 Nina (Link) on 2009-11-15 21:17 (Reply)
Very good list. What I have found usefull with my employees, spouse and myself are these questions: a) If vendor haven't come to me, wuould I purchase? b) Think twice: Do I REALLY NEED or REALLY WANT the item I am about to buy? c) When something is offered as an "opportunity", ask: Is it really an opportunity to take money OUT OF MY POCKET in exchange of the item? My regards.
#6 Mario Rodriguez on 2010-01-12 13:11 (Reply)
ALL THINGS WORK TOGETHER FOR GOOD. Your article came at the right time for me in this season. Thank you for educating me and confirming how I continually neglect by spending unnecessarily.I really am grateful for your insightfulness and sincerity in helping the general public overcome an unknown habit. I am definately wishing you continually success in educating us on a whole. Thank you so much!!!!
#7 Karen (Link) on 2010-11-02 12:48 (Reply)

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