But sometimes this approach fails when the problems are too numerous or there is too much complexity in the situation. When this is the case, it’s best to do the opposite by looking to see where the problem doesn’t exist. You look for the bight spots.
Money problems have complex interactions with our lives, our values, and our dysfunctions. Today, instead of looking at your money problems, let’s start with your money successes.
In what area of your finances are you particularly good at? When or where are you often successful managing your money?
How can you do more of that?