One of the biggest fears post-divorce are finances. Trusting yourself to make financial choices is a big issue, especially when it comes to your divorce settlement. Our guest, Dr. Deborah Nixon, helps us to understand what we need to do. Dr. Nixon is an entrepreneur, professor, executive, consultant, and community volunteer; she has identified a common need in today’s cautious working environment for trusting professional relationships. Economic instability has undercut our readiness to trust one another – and this is especially hard in divorce. We’re gong to relate this all to your post-divorce life.
Dr. Nixon helps us understand the importance of building and maintaining trust in ourselves when making financial decisions – especially when it’s post-divorce, and the worry is “what about my future?” She has developed the MyMoneyMindset and Trust Intelligence Program and shares her work, to help us with financial decision-making. We discuss the intangibles of trust, reputation and integrity to make them tangible and practical.
To understand how these goals are met in a reasonable manner we explore:
- Defining Moments as a pivot point for deeper understanding of financial decision-making
- How assessments, coaching and consulting have helped clients learn to take charge of their money while helping professionals learn what their clients need from them.
- Helping to develop Financial Wellness
- The 10 Minute Survey
- The importance of feeling strong so that you can manage your money
My Money Mindset will help you make better and more informed decisions about your money. Tackle those hard issues. A raise, the family budget, a financial plan, your relationship with your financial professional. Don’t you owe it to yourself! Isn’t your peace of mind worth it? This interview will surely help you understand what trust means, trust breaches and trust repair. Fascinating stuff.
To find out more, contact Dr. Nixon at [email protected], or call 416-986-7049
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