Our process is designed to first uncover our clients conscious areas of financial distraction, then the areas which aren’t obvious, scope the work/services which will resolve them and after approval, go ahead and solve them. Within a short time these concerns are resolved.
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Money and Meaning
If we understood the true role of money in our lives, writes philosopher Jacob Needleman, we would not think simply in terms of spending it or saving it. Money exerts a deep emotional influence on who we are and what we tell ourselves we can never have. Our long unwillingness to understand the emotional and spiritual effects of money on us is at the heart of why we have come to know the price of everything, and the value of nothing.
Viktor Frankl, born in 1905, was a neurologist and psychiatrist as well as a Holocaust survivor. His best-selling book Man’s Search for Meaning chronicles his experiences as a concentration camp inmate and describes his psycho-therapeutic method of finding meaning in all forms of existence, even the most sordid ones, and thus a reason to continue living.
Whilst the lives of many people may look great on the outside, for all their financial success they feel purposeless and unfulfilled. They spend great energy pursuing material goals, and sometimes feel trapped in jobs, relationships or lifestyles, even though they yearn for a different way of life. Many are intelligent, self-aware individuals but all too often their wish for change is immobilised by the relentless pressures of the material world. A devotion to a frantic, endlessly busy life conceals their relationship with money.
It’s a world of quiet desperation.
We believe that the ‘interior’ of money (i.e. the way you relate to money) is as important as the ‘exterior’ of money (i.e. the mechanics of money).
As a result we have developed a seamless approach to lead clients to solutions which will not only be strategically sound but will also feel more comfortable and will therefore be more sustainable.
By integrating interior and exterior aspects of money, and evaluating alternative courses of action, your plan will not only be about accumulating and managing money. You will effectively turn money into the enabler it should be and allow yourself to make conscious choices rather than financial transactions.
According to Viktor Frankl “Those prisoners who had the highest chance of survival were oriented to the future”. The interior and exterior aspects of money are integrated through the process of scenario planning. Scenario planning allows you to break free from the constraints of everyday ‘acceptable’ thinking and enjoy the non-threatening world of the future. They’re not about predicting the future but rather preparing for it.
Based on a clear understanding of beliefs and deep motivators, this is the process by which you choose your future. There are two ways to think about the future:
- Passive — you let the future happen to you
- Active — you select the future you want to happen and do
everything you can to bring it about
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