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I found the Psychology of Money Profile to be very enlightening and would strongly recommend it. Simply answering the questions causes one to concretely think about one's views and beliefs concerning money. The real benefit comes from obtaining the interpretation of the results from Dr. Gottfurcht.
Pamela Ann Thatcher
Attorney at Law - Corona, CA
Your presentation gave them invaluable real-life examples of simple, but effective strategies they can use to control their negative emotional reactions to stressful events. The explanation of Prosperity Thinking vs. Poverty Thinking will no doubt stay in their consciousness and give them perspective when they feel overwhelmed by the tidal wave of bad news that bombards us on a daily basis.
Dion M. Collins, CFP
Collins Advisory - Fullerton, CA