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You CAN spend on yourself AND have real wealth

Certified Financial Planner Kim Potgieter has many clients who hold the belief or fear that they don’t have real wealth and cannot spend money on themselves.

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Potgieter for his weekly personal finance feature.

Potgieter spoke about David Krueger’s fascinating insights around, what he calls, our own "money stories" (our beliefs about money) and the way that these dictate the role that money plays in our lives.

She advised on changing money beliefs and fears when they hold you back from achieving the life you want to live.

She gave tips on implementing a life plan that will lead you towards a meaningful, fulfilling life.

And yes – that means you may have to start spending more on YOU!

Kim Potgieter, Certified Financial Planner

For more detail, listen to the interview in the audio below (and scroll down for quotes from it).

A lot of my clients’ children don’t like me very much…

Kim Potgieter, Certified Financial Planner

Some of the thoughts you’re having are not reality… thinking you’re not wealthy when you just might have enough.

Kim Potgieter, Certified Financial Planner

You need to focus on what’s important not on what’s urgent…

Kim Potgieter, Certified Financial Planner

You cannot be stopping work in your 50s and 60s anymore!... Even those lucky few who can, I still encourage them to find work to do…

Kim Potgieter, Certified Financial Planner

It’s all about our attitudes. And it’s about preparation…

Kim Potgieter, Certified Financial Planner

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