Could you or a loved one benefit from improving your relationship with money. Stuck in bad habits? Overspending? Under saving? Repeating patterns without understanding the unconscious drivers beneath?
Would you like to make yourself or a loved one more financially resilient and less anxious around money?
I have created a range of short, easily actionable online courses which will help you transform your (or a loved one’s) financial health for the better and with it mental health too.
I have tailored courses for students, young people who’ve just entered the workplace and want to learn more about how best to manage their money and earnings, and for midlifers who need a money reset and help to create a money and life plan for the next decades.
Course: The midlife money reset
This is for people who might have had a change in circumstances – a job change, divorce, bereavement, empty nest; those who want to tackle ingrained unhealthy spending habits; and those who want to create a midlife money map of how best to finance their hopes, dreams and wishes for the next decades.
Option A: includes a 45-minute one-to-one Zoom session with Linda
- Three pre-recorded online videos to download, each between 15 to 20 minutes
- Three downloadable PDF guides providing detailed, easy to follow tools and information
- A PDF “Find your money type” questionnaire
- A 45-minute one-to-one Zoom coaching session with Linda to discuss your money type and specific issues/challenges
- All of the above without the one-to-one Zoom session
Topics covered in the course:
This online course combines practical money hacks and psychological tools. It covers:
- Understanding our money psychology and finding and transcending our own money biases
- Understanding our present bias and learning how to create a healthy financial future
- Creating a midlife money map: this is a plan to map out our dreams, wishes and hopes for the next decades combined with a plan on how to finance them
- How to spend better, which might mean spending less
- Looking at the causative behaviours that make us acquire and keep on acquiring “stuff” we don’t need
- The cash illusion – why how we spend influences how much we spend
- How to save and/or save more – emergency savings, lumpy expenditure savings, fun savings
- How to deploy those savings better – stock market investing do’s and don’ts
- Pensions – whether to increase contributions or save in other ways
- How to earn more in better jobs – the limiting self-beliefs that hold us back from dream jobs or pay rises
- Tax-free investing via ISAs
- Tax-free investing in gold and/or silver coins
- Tax-free investing in “wasting assets!” like fine wines and whisky