Money Mindset Thermostat

Money Mindset Thero

Money Mindset Thero

Money Mindset Thermostat

Money Mindset Thermostat

Financial Mindset + Financial Knowledge + Financial Power= Your Financial Voice

1. I am comfortable talking about my finances
a. Not at all
b. Generally not at all
c. Somewhat
d. Exactly

Answer _____

2. Overseeing my finances is welcomed.
a. Not at all
b. Generally not at all
c. Somewhat
d. Exactly

Answer ______

3. Despite our economics gains we are still not protecting ourselves financially.
a. Not at all
b. Generally not at all
c. Somewhat
d. Exactly

Answer _______

4. I am clear about my financial goal and plans.
a. Not at all
b. Generally not at all
c. Somewhat
d. Exactly

Answer _______

5. I am scared of investing.
a. Not at all
b. Generally not at all
c. Somewhat
d. Exactly

Answer _______

6. I am optimistic about my financial future.
a. Not at all
b. Generally not at all
c. Somewhat
d. Exactly

Answer _______

7. Conversations about money bore me.
a. Not at all
b. Generally not at all
c. Somewhat
d. Exactly

Answer _______

8. I think it is very important become accomplished about money.
a. Not at all
b. Generally not at all
c. Somewhat
d. Exactly

Answer _______

9. My decisions with my money are made with my heart.
a. Not at all
b. Generally not at all
c. Somewhat
d. Exactly

Answer ________

10. I tend to worry about money after I make a decision.
a. Not at all
b. Generally not at all
c. Somewhat
d. Exactly

Answer ________

11. I don’t make financial decisions because I’m afraid of making mistakes.
a. Not at all
b. Generally not at all
c. Somewhat
d. Exactly

Answer ________

12. I usually get my financial information from radio, TV, seminars, and newspapers.
a. Not at all
b. Generally not at all
c. Somewhat
d. Exactly

Answer __________

Total Score ______________

Scoring

1. a. 20; b. 30; c. 40; d. 50
2. a. 20; b. 30; c. 40; d. 50
3. a. 50; b. 40; c. 30; d. 20
4. a. 20; b. 30; c. 40; d. 50
5. a. 50; b. 40; c. 30; d. 20
6. a. 20; b. 30; c. 40; d. 50
7. a. 50; b. 40; c. 30; d. 20
8. a. 20; b. 30; c. 40; d. 50
9. a. 50; b. 40; c. 30; d. 20
10. a. 50; b. 40; c. 30; d. 20
11. a. 50; b. 40; c. 30; d. 20
12. a. 50; b. 40; c. 30; d. 20

How to Interpret Your Overall Score

1-299 Points: The Danger Zone

If you score is in the danger zone you probably feel like your financial life is out of control. You are probably consulting with your emotions to make decisions concerning your money. Example: You may pick an investment because it looks good alone without consulting with the correct professional. One of the concerns is that you will not be able to earn enough money to achieve financial power.

What Should You Do: No worries? You can improve your finances by learning more about how to manage and control your finances. Read as much information about finances, and get professional that can help you make sound financial decisions.

300-399 Points: The Caution Zone

There are days when life seams to be overwhelming. The Caution Zone allows you live as if you can’t do anything with your finances. You approach finances with the attitude of time consuming and/or boring unless you have lots of money.

What Should You Do: No worries? Your challenge is to stop having preconceived ideas concerning money and investing. You should read more finance books, as well as speaking to a financial planner. The financial planner will help you think long-term, your needs and wants.

400-499 Points: The Comfort Zone

If you are in the comfort zone you probably comfortable with your finances. You tend to more optimistic, excited and a clear vision of your financial future. In addition you feel very capable of understanding money management, investments, and how money works.

What Should You Do: No worries? Regardless to your optimistic nature, and being miles ahead of other women, you should make financial planning a priority; Make sure you set at least two hours each quarter to review your investment statement. Be sure your investments are inline with your goals, beliefs as well your financial future.

500-up Points: The Action Zone

The Action Zone means you are not intimated by your finances. You welcome an interaction with others financial planners, tax consultants, and/or others within the financial industry. You probably like to control your financial future and you make it an essential part of your goals.

What Should You Do: No worries? You are very active with your finances. If for some reason fall into a rut with your monies, you bounce back quickly. Your financial future is healthy.