Free Money Relationship Quiz

Applause-012Okay, the surprise is thinking of what goes on between you and money as a relationship, right?

Well, it really is. We often treat money as if it were a person, so let’s just play with that idea.

Are you and money good friends or mostly strangers? Do you “get” each other or pass like ships in the night? Is there a solid foundation or are you on shaky ground?

This probably isn’t as kinky as a Cosmo quiz but it may well be more helpful!

The questions are straight forward, nothing tricky. The results will help you see what parts of money are working well for you and where you get tangled.

Originally I made this up for my clients so we could track their progress in a concrete way. And then I thought, why not let other folks take it too? So here it is!

Once you take the quiz I will personally take a look at it and send you an email letting you know what I notice in your answers. Usually you’ll get the results back within a day.

Make sure to include your name and email before you press the “test complete” button. Otherwise I won’t know where to send my response.

One more thing: Just so that you know, your answers are confidential and strictly between us.

Feel free to come back and retake the quiz anytime. That’s a really good thing to do if you are working on changing your money thinking. Progress can be subtle and sometimes hard to see. Comparing answers from one time to another can be helpful. I’ll show you what the changes are if you retake the quiz.

Ready? Let’s go…

1.) How comfortable are you with your relationship with money?

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2.) How much do you know about what you actually spend each month?

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3.) How much do you know about your spending habits and thinking?

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4.) Are you familiar with how much debt you have?

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5.) Do you feel at ease with your earning power?

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6.) Does your debt decrease on a regular basis?

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7.) How aware are you of your history with money?

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8.) I am aware of and clear about my family’s money beliefs.

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9.) How conscious are you of the money messages and beliefs you reinforce with your behavior around money?

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10.) How effective are you at not being distracted by negative self-talk?

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11.) How happy are you with your sense of self-worth?

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12.) How successful are you at believing you can be financially comfortable?

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13.) How in touch are you with your values?

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14.) How satisfied are you with how you measure success?

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15.) How big do you allow yourself to dream?

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16.) Do you feel tension-free around making money?

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17.) How confident are you about what you charge?

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18.) Do you feel worry free about losing clients?

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19.) Are you free from embarrassment about your money position?

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20.) Would you feel comfortable if people knew how you handle money?

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21.) Would it bother you if you bought something solely because it’s on sale?

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22.) Do you feel comfortable with your ability to pay off debt?

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23.) How effective are you at trying to figure out how to make your money work or last?

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