We’re all familiar with the economic definition of money — a medium of exchange we use to buy goods and services and a store of value.
Anyone paying attention knows that money is much more than a medium of exchange or store of value — it’s a fundamental force that either helps us progress in life or holds us back.
Money is a tool that allows us to live the life we want. For example, if your dream life involves yearly sabbaticals for travel or other personal endeavors — will this be possible without money? The answer is probably not.
If you want to use money to your advantage, you first need to explore your relationship with it.
So, what do we mean by “relationship with money?” Does it mean you have to start taking your money out on dates and paying better attention to its needs? In a sense, yes.