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Discover the 8 Key Drivers for Financial Success
Being Healthy, Being Wealthy
Mindful Money is a unique approach to financial mentoring, designed to help you develop a comfortable and sustainable way with money, now and in the future.
Created by financial mentor, Jane Horn, Mindful Money helps you cultivate a mindset around money that aligns with your personal values, giving you a more grounded, effective and confident approach to your financial world.
Combined with practical financial fitness, Mindful Money gives you the best possible foundation for achieving your goals and dreams and living a comfortable, enjoyable life without worrying about money.
Mindful Money can help you:
Reduce stress and anxiety around money
Increase your practical and emotional financial knowledge
Build your confidence to manage your money and reach your dreams
Jane offers a range of Mindful Money workshops, intensive courses, workplace and community workshops, personal mentoring and the Mindful Money book, to help you enjoy a healthier, happier relationship with money.
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Meet the Author
Over nearly 20 years working in the financial industry, Jane Horn has seen the countless ways in which people respond to money and approach their financial world.
She’s also witnessed, first hand, the positive difference that the right knowledge and understanding about money can bring to people’s lives. And she understands the many ways in which our past can affect our present and future beliefs, decisions and behaviour around money.
Based on this understanding, Jane has developed Mindful Money—a unique approach to financial mentoring designed to help you discover what is really possible when you build your financial fitness in a mindful way that aligns with your values and goals.
Find Out What Others Think
Jane nails it in Mindful Money!
Many people stress about money and see no clear path to escape the situation they are in. This book helps you identify the emotional blocks you have and clear them. The 8 key drivers gives you a step by step plan to clear the path so you can get on and enjoy life. Working through the exercises will allow you to start seeing money as an enabler so you are freed up to achieve all your goals, not just the financial ones.
Jane Slack-Smith, Author, Property Educator & award winning Mortgage Broker (www.investorschoice.com.au)
Many people jump on the bandwagon of mindfulness as it is the new buzz word – but not Jane. This book helps bring you head to head with your own hidden beliefs and sabotage patterns. This is a deeply reflective ‘practice’ and anything that uncovers our individual blocks to abundance in the real meaning of the word is most welcome. A warning – this is not a magical thinking book – it requires effort and awareness – are you mature enough to take up the challenge? Do you want prosperity and abundance? These are the questions that you should ask yourself and then commit to the actions and see what unfolds.
Vicki Sauvage, Feng Shui & Design Consultant (www.sauvage-feng-shui.com)
Jane presented her Mindful Money workshop to my team and I would recommend it to anyone seeking insights and strategies into how to improve their financial health. We appreciated Jane’s ability to step us through the basics and provide us with practical tips to improve our financial health. Jane’s knowledge, combined with her authentic and engaging presentation style was exceptionally refreshing in a world where understanding how to manage money can be confusing and overwhelming.
CEO, Volunteering Tasmania
I can’t believe how much more I can achieve
Mindful Money, certainly helped Matt & I look at our finances very differently - it’s been really freeing & positive for our relationship. Thank you!
Through Mindful Money Jane provided a supportive space/structure within which I had the opportunity to look at my current assessments and narratives around money, rather than from them. Paying attention to my thoughts on money in this way, has given me the freedom to discern those which are useful and valuable to me from those which are limiting and to create a new ease and curiosity where once there was fear.
The mindful money approach is not a strategy thrown over the top of everything else one is dealing with in life. It is much deeper and more personal than that. My individual concerns are recognised; I feel empowered as a learner and confident that the emergent strategy will lead to sustainable results that are congruent with my values and aspirations.
Financial fitness, like physical fitness, is something you need to stay on top of. And just like physical fitness, you can’t go straight from the couch to running a marathon—but over time, your ability to manage your money well increases. Now that the property purchase is under my belt, it’s time for the next challenge. Investments maybe? Time to run a bit further.
R, Sydney, NSW