It’s not just your wallet that feels the weight of financial stress. A recent survey found that those who deal with high financial stress also have problems with their loved ones and their well-being, among other things.¹ The negative effects are everywhere, so it’s time to focus on how to fix money issues before they become too heavy to handle.
According to the survey, people find finances to be more stressful than their job, relationships or health concerns, yet they also confirm that their financial worries are seriously impacting their health and relationships, as well as their work productivity and work attendance.¹
How you feel and how you interact with others is influenced by your financial state. It’s time to take action and make sure your financial stress doesn’t get the best of you.
Here’s a mini action plan to help you get started:
So, how do you stick to the plan and move from financial stress to financial wellness? Consider working with a Money Coach. A Money Coach is like a mentor for your money, who can provide support and accountability. They can even help you create an action plan specific to your financial goals and lifestyle.
Call a Money Coach today at 888-724-2326 and get ready for a financial future with less stress.
¹PwC’s 8th annual Employee Financial Wellness Survey, PwC US, 2019
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