by Syble Solomon and Abby Donnelly
(c) 2005 by Syble Solomon
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Is money the problem?
Whether you’re considering making a long-term commitment or have been together for many years, Money Habitudes cards can help you have more productive, positive conversations about money topics such as how you save, spend, earn, invest, go into debt and give away money.
of blaming, avoiding or agreeing when money related topics come
up…use Money Habitudes as an engaging, non-judgmental and enjoyable
way to understand and address the real issues.
My husband and I had the
first good conversation about money we've had in 34 years. I
never understood why he made the career decisions he did and he always
felt like I was judging him as a failure. This was powerful!
My girlfriend and I talked for three hours the night we used these cards. It was a great way to get to know each other a lot better!
-- DLS, Richmond, VA
We never read the
directions. We just started reading the cards and talked for a couple
of hours. I was surprised at all we had to talk about after all these
years of being married and we thought we understood each other!
I don't know about the
Venus/Mars stuff, but we realized that we sure were coming from very
different places when we thought about how to plan for our future
It's the first time we've talked about money without fighting!
-- DJK, Rockville, MD
About the Author
Syble Solomon, the
creator of Money Habitudes, is a national speaker and the founder of
LifeWise. Her presentations educate and encourage people to take
personal responsibility for their actions and attitude today so they
can create more options and opportunities for their future. As an
executive coach she is affiliated with the Center for Creative
Leadership and the National Leadership Institute at the University of
Maryland and has private clients from Fortune 500 companies, small
businesses and non-profit organizations. Syble is an adjunct faculty
member at University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She serves on
the board of the Association of Financial Counseling and Planning
Education (AFCPE) and is the past Chair of Women’s Programs for the
Greensboro Chamber of Commerce.
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