Three common money mindsets that may be holding your clients back | podcast
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Three common money mindsets that may be holding your clients back | podcast

1 month ago · 21 min listen

There may be subconscious internal barriers to wealth that are getting in the way of the goals and lifestyle that your clients say they want most. In this episode of the PFP Section podcast, Kelley Long, CPA/PFS, helps you identify when these money stories have taken control and how to help your clients see the truth of the matter so they can shift their behavior. Kelley shares:

  • The three most common money mindsets for those who work with CPA financial planners

  • What to say and do to help your clients see and go beyond their limiting beliefs

  • When you may need to give the opposite of traditional advice

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