Your financial health is vital to experiencing total health. In fact, lacking finances is one of the number one causes of stress and anxiety which may manifest in physical symptoms such as lack of sleep, increased blood pressure, and heart problems.
According to an article on Invest Blue discussing a 2015 survey conducted by one of the largest banks in the US, it revealed that “81% of respondents found other goals much easier to achieve when their finances were in order, while 70% stated that good financial health had a positive impact on their physical health”.
The financial health dimension of health refers to your relationship with money, your financial behaviors, and habits. It is not about how much money you have it’s more about how you manage the money you have. A financially healthy person is fully aware of their financial state, they have a budget plan, savings and manage finances and credit in order to achieve their goals. A financially healthy person has a financial plan which includes plans for the now and the future. During the transformation phase of the program you will discuss finances in more depth, and you will create a financial plan to improve your financial health.