In our society we tend to equate financial satisfaction with having a lot of money. In actuality, the degree to which one feels satisfied with their money is based on a unique and personal interpretation of your needs and circumstances. In other words, two individuals can experience identical financial situations, and yet the degree of satisfaction they feel can be at polar opposites.
Satisfaction describes a feeling of fulfillment or contentment. Its meaning is relative and often dependent on one’s definition of success as applied to specific areas of life. In our financial lives, “satisfaction” is as much (if not more) an emotional issue as a practical one. That is because a sense of satisfaction is highly subjective, and greatly influenced by the individual’s attitudes and beliefs.
The first step to making positive change in any area of life is awareness. Download this satisfaction survey to start the process!
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