THE BANKER MINDSET
If you’re a Banker, your money goal is security. You work hard now so that you won’t have to later. You’re a saver, and for you, money represents a brighter future, and bigger opportunities someday.
As a Banker, you are meticulous about where your money goes, and no stranger to sacrifice.
Your outlook on money is long-term. You see where you want to be financially in 5-10 years, and that’s more important to you than living in the moment.
Instead of focusing on what your money can buy today, you’ve decided to delay gratification for the sake of your future.
BANKER MONEY CHALLENGES
Bankers struggle with allowing themselves to spend without guilt.
Because Bankers are so future-focused, they rarely live in the moment, and often feel ashamed when making any purchase that isn’t absolutely necessary.
One habit Bankers need to watch out for is sacrificing enjoyable experiences and self-care for future goals. Part of the journey of success is getting there.
MONEY MASTERY FOR BANKERS
To be financially successful, Bankers should create three fundamental buckets for their money: Sow Money, Grow Money, and Blow Money.
By doing so, you’ll give yourself permission to splurge occasionally without guilt, and enjoy the fruit of your labors.