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is the Enabler

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The Enabler

Congratulations, Your primary story type is The Enabler. This is one of my most favourite storytypes as your automatic narrative with money is about giving to others. Other people’s needs. 

Your brain believes that helping others is the biggest marker of being a good person.

In fact, your brain gives you so much evidence of this belief that it has concluded that people who want to spend money on themselves are frivolous, selfish or materialistic. This can therefore keep you stuck in patterns of self-sabotage and over-giving. People pleasing in order to feel valued and loved. 

In your drive to leave a legacy of being a good person, you have rejected all behaviours which the brain believes will make you a bad person which makes you an excellent and diligent caretaker of others.

You’re an adept problem solver

You’re generous with both time and money.

You value investing money in ways that can support the environment, for example ethical strategies, and causes that align with your core values over maximising returns.

Your Score Breakdown

The Impulsive

A spontaneous spender or decision maker who makes most financial decisions based on feelings of impulse and is comfortable taking risks by living in the present moment.

The Enabler

A supporter who views money as a tool to help others and do good in the world, focusing on serving others above all else resulting in over giving patterns.

The Architect

A natural planner who enjoys gathering all of the information necessary to make calculated financial decisions by seeks safety by focusing primarily on the future.

The Pacifist

A person who prefers not to get into the finer details of finances and prefers to pass the responsibility of decision making to others and instead prefers to focus on living in the present moment.

The Innovator

A person who has a future-focused mindset who believes that there will always be opportunities to make more money, dislikes the finer details of budgeting and numbers by instead directing their attention and energy on the opportunities that money provides.

Your current narrative:

‘I am safer to give than to receive.’

Your NEW narrative:

‘It is safe for me to spend money on myself with no guilt.’

Next Step

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