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Welcome to Week 2!

What brings you joy? We’re often told we need money to enjoy life, but the reality is that so much of what is precious to us can’t be bought.

Welcome to week two, where you get the chance to explore how you can enjoy life, regardless of your current financial situation. We’ll help uncover what you need to change in life to be the boss of your money. Get ready for deep thinking and powerful change.

This week, we help you make space to slow down and think about what’s really important to you, and how to enjoy life no matter how much money is in your bank account. It’s time to put money in its right place and be the boss!


Week 2, Day 6: The value of values

We start today by looking at what you truly value, because when you align your personal values to your financial decisions, you have a greater chance of gaining peace and satisfaction.

Today’s action plan will help you explore your own values and start thinking about whether your purchases are really in line with what you value and who you want to be.


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Action Plan Week 2 - Day 6

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