Thrifty. Prepared. Suspicious. Cheap.
This is how I see myself when it comes to money. But wait, there’s more: apparently this is how others see me, too!
This snapshot of my dubious relationship with money comes to you courtesy of Money Habitudes—a personal assessment tool disguised as playing cards. It uses six categories to assess attitudes about money and accompanying habits: Status, Planning, Carefree, Giving, Spontaneous, and Security.
Which one are you?
Join Barnabas Foundation on Wednesday, April 29 (11am Central) as Phil Leo hosts Syble Solomon, creator of Money Habitudes: The Fun Easy Way to Talk About Money. Syble will describe the 6 faces of giving and how knowing your “money habitude” impacts generosity. I’ll share a complimentary code for the online version, so don’t miss it!
Mark your calendar and plan to join me on Wednesday, April 29 at 11 a.m. (CT) for “Six Faces of Giving.”
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