Bringing Money Into the Conversation

  • Here are the backs of 6 of the 54 statement cards, one for each of the different money personality types (Habitudes). The flip side of the cards has short statements about spending habits.
  • money Habitudes for Teens, showing the backs of the cards with the six categories.

Regardless of your professional title, if you are counseling people or facilitating groups as they focus on lifecycle events or issues related to career, relationships or personal challenges, this is the guide you want. Talking about a client’s relationship with money can provide amazing insights for you and your clients. Plus, if you are looking to differentiate yourself, bringing money into the conversation might be the ticket!

The goal of the book is simple: To provide tools and tips to make it easy and comfortable to bring money into the conversation with your clients. Here’s a sample of what is included:

  • Twenty Conversation Starters (reproducible handouts provided)
  • Tips for bringing money into the conversation for different populations by ten experts in their field including the working with the wealthy, the working poor, trauma survivors, at-risk youth and unreasonable risk-takers.
  • How to simplify working with numbers
  • Who to refer to if financial advise is needed.

Also, choose a FREE deck of Money Habitudes cards when you purchase this book.

Syble Solomon and Amanda Mills